Nov 18, 2019
How did Mark Twain aka Samuel Clemons use scrapbooks to fight
unscrupulous publishers who reprinted his work
without paying him? Why did celebrities like Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony keep
scrapbooks? How did abolitionists, suffragettes, and African Americans use scrapbooks to tell their...
Sep 23, 2019
Every Governor of our state makes history, but there have been very few who know their history as well as Connecticut’s current governor Edward M. "Ned" Lamont.”
In this very special episode, Mary Donohue and Walt Woodward, along with Connecticut Explored publisher Elizabeth Normen and producer...
Aug 18, 2019
Food historian and author of Pizza in New Haven Colin M. Caplin tells State Historian Walt Woodward and co-host Betsy Golden Kellem the fascinating story of the creation and rise to world-class celebrity of New Haven Pizza.
Join us at Modern Apizza in New Haven for a lunch-time food and information feast you won’t...
Jun 8, 2019
BONUS CONTENT: LECTURE ONLY
Jun 1, 2019
In Part 2 of our Series Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of Dartmouth College and Its Roots in the town of Columbia. Mohegan Elder Beth Regan tells the story of Samson Occom. Occom, a Mohegan convert to Christianity, was educated by Rev. Eleazar Wheelock, became a teacher and minister,...