History Camp (www.HistoryCamp.

org)
March 8, 2014 in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Floor First floor Second floor
Room Largest room Large training room Board room 1 Board room 2 Board room 3
Seats 120 Seats 50 with Ìnternet access Seats 30 Seats 30 Seats 30
Laptop with projector Laptop with projector, monitors Laptop with projector Laptop with projector Laptop with projector
8:30 - 9:30 am Registration
9:30 - 10:15 am Welcome / Logistics / Ìntroductions
10:30 - 11:00 am How the Patriots Almost Lost the Battle
of Saratoga (Liz Covart)
Crowdsourcing Possibilities Relating to a
Collection of Revolutionary-era
Newspapers (Heywood & Barker)
365 Days of Cool Adventures in
Boston for History-Lovers (Hamlen)
11:15 - 11:45 am The Boston Bankruptcy That Led to the
American Revolution (JL Bell)
From 'Folly' to Great Ìdea: The History of
the Erie Canal and How it Transformed
America (Liz Covart)
Ìnstitutional Memory: Using Oral
History to Capture an Organization's
History and Culture (Erik Bauer)
11:45 - 12:30 pm Lunch: Second floor
12:30 - 1:00 pm Panel: Employment options (Erik Bauer,
Alli Rico, Mark Gardner, Thomas
Ketchell, Matt Wilding, J. Lincoln
Hallowell)
The Folklorist: An Emmy Award-
winning TV program devoted to iconic,
yet relatively obscure moments in
history(John Horrigan)
The Temperance Movement: A
Doorway to Suffrage (Colleen
Janz)
1:15 - 1:45 pm Free Advertising: Popular Magazines
and World War ÌÌ Bond Drives (Matt
Wilding)
NodeXL Workshop: Using Social
Network Analysis in History (Matthew
Williamson)
Provenance: Objects As A Source of
History (Rico & Katz)
Political Music Presentation and
Singalong (Charlie Bahne,
Veronica Barron, Matthew Erlich,
and Tegan Kehoe)
2:00 - 2:30 pm The Second New England: New York and
the post-Revolution New England Migration,
1783-1830 (Liz Covart)
How Google Books Changed My Life,
and You Can, Too! (JL Bell)
How mixing social media & history can
create an online audience for your
institution, organization or historical
work (Thomas Ketchell)
Bromances and Frenemies of the
Founding Fathers: Who Loved
Each Other, Who Hated Each
Other, and Why (Christina Frei)
2:45 - 3:15 pm John Singleton Copley in America: What
is Real and What Ìmagined in the Ìconic
Portraits of Patriots and Tories? (Sam
Forman)
Becoming a Historian: How to Apply to and
What to Expect in Graduate School (Liz
Covart)
Making Your Museum a Magnet for
Groups (Adam Hasler)
Slavery and the Marlborough
Town Common: Not Just the
John Brown Bell (Paul Brodeur)
3:30 - 4:00 pm The Peculiar History of Democracy in
Rhode Ìsland: 1636 - 2004 (Mark
Gardner)
Account Books Reveal the Darndest
Things: Accessing a Ubiquitous and
Opaque Source to Reveal Untold Stories
about the American Revolution (Sam
Forman)
Tools to Help Your History
Organization Reach More People Ìn-
Person and Online (Lee Wright)
4:15 - 4:45 pm Panel: Becoming a published author (J.
L. Bell,Sam Forman, Liz Covart, Leah
Thompson, Steve Gladstone, Charlie
Bahne)
Lace in the 18th Century (Sue Felshin) Bring History to the Classroom:
Marketing your Historical Society or
Museum to Teachers (Colleen Janz)
5:00 - 5:45 pm Social / authors / sponsors / feedback
6:00 pm
Have to be completely cleaned up and headed out the door. Time to go see the
Boston Massacre reenactment.