Helpful Links and Reputable Resources for Information


Here is a link to the Kentucky Humanities Speakers Bureau if you would like to make arrangements for me to speak at a gathering.

Here is the link if you would like to contact me directly.

Here is a link to Mighty Girl. This is a wonderful resource for learning and reading about women role models. 

Here is a link to the Library of Congress' site devoted to information and images about the Emancipaiton Proclamation. 

Here is a link to the Federal Writers Project at the Library of Congress "Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938" Contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves.

http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/snhtml/snhome.html

Here is a link to the Freedmen's Bureau.

Here is a link ot the PBS site for more information about Crispus Attucks.

Here is a link to the Chaco Culture National Historic Park

Here is a link to Carmichael's Bookstore where you can buy copies of "A Promise Moon." 

Here is a link to the Camp Nelson website.

Here is a link to Mammoth Cave's interesting history involving enslaved people.

Here is a link to my blog on Goodreads.

Here is a link to my blog on Facebook.

Here is a link to a nice newspaper artice about my research.

A big thank you to Stephen Brown - Author for visiting with us yesterday! And another big thank you to Carter County Attorney Brian Bayes for sponsoring his speaker fee :)






A research grant to study slavery and the Underground Railroad in Kentucky  inspired, "A Promise Moon." I alluded to, or drew inspiration from my findings as I wrote my latest novel which is set during the Civil War.

RESEARCH FINDINGS

Return to a "Promise Moon."


 
     




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