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Good Times & Fun EventsMonth of Fundays Newsletter

MONTH OF FUNDAYS! July 2022

It's summertime, and the livin' is busy. Think Fourth of July fun. Classics like the Chincoteague Pony Swim, Plein Air Easton, the Delaware State Fair, and the Ladybug Festival. There's lots more, too--crab feasts, ice cream, boat docking, and on and on. Here is the link to this month's edition of the Month of Fundays newsletter. Here’s hoping it inspires you to get out and…
From the BooksTubman TravelsWay Back Machine

“We All Knelt Down in the Snow-Covered Ground:” Isaac Mason’s Journey to Freedom

This is an excerpt from my book, Tubman Travels: 32 Underground Railroad Journeys on Delmarva. The book first came out in 2017. I released an updated version here in 2022. More info about the book here. BIG PICTURE: Where Slavery Meets Sadism If a movie ever gets made about the life of Isaac Mason, it would need to be done by a director who comes…
Good Times & Fun EventsMonth of Fundays Newsletter

MONTH OF FUNDAYS! March 2022

Spring Into Action--the March 2022 Month of Fundays is here! This issue has your guide to St. Patrick's Day festivities and Harriet Tubman bicentennial events. Plus, much more--a chocolate festival, a muskrat dinner, a bluegrass-&-beer bash, clam fritters, oyster roast ... And, as always, some fabulous photos and stories from days gone by! Here is the link. Here’s hoping it helps inspire you to get…
Way Back Machine

Dancing Molly! A Trio of Lady Pirates Make a Fool of Virginia’s Governor, 1883

The thrilling race that unfolded in a bayside cove on Virginia’s Eastern Shore of Virginia on the last day of February day in 1883 was a cops-and-robbers affair. The steamboat that barreled into that cove was under the personal command of Virginia's governor. His target was a sailing sloop suspected of nefarious criminal activity. It should have been easy. The sloop’s crew had gone ashore…