Historian for hire! I am available for public speaking and tutoring with negotiable rates.
Presentations currently available:
“Fifty-One Years of Freedom: Wyoming’s Suffrage Story, 1869-1920”
In 1869 Wyoming made history as the first U.S. territory to give women the right to vote. Fifty-one years later, the nation followed Wyoming’s lead. A fresh take on a longstanding controversy, this presentation offers critical new evidence to Wyoming’s suffrage story and restores the contributions to the movement made by both Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard and Esther Hobart Morris.
“The Wyoming State Flag and The Women Who Made It Fly”
A contest with a $20 prize was the humble origins of a state flag with a story traversing through women’s suffrage, immigration, and World War One. This presentation examines the contributions of Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard and flag designer Verna Keays Keyes in establishing Wyoming’s state flag while grappling with questions of citizenship and legacy.
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“Dry Timber: Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism before 1933”
Historian Doris Bergen’s burning house metaphor for the Holocaust forms the foundation for this presentation, which explores the preconditions leading to the Holocaust. Connecting the long history of anti-Judaism and antisemitism to personal experiences of antisemitism growing up in Wyoming and recent examples from the news, this presentation aims to teach teens and young adults about the Holocaust in a responsible manner promoting empathy and emphasizing the power of words and humor.
I am happy to tutor all ages online in history, writing, and test-taking. I have helped students reach their goals with AP, SAT, ACT, and GRE exams.
Custom Animated Storybooks!
Do you have a special child in your life? Let a character from their imaginations star in an educational and fun custom storybook–just send in one of their drawings and a few photos! Check out this sample book, Pikachu Visits Wyoming. Please contact me about pricing!
Please also reach out if you are a historian, researcher, or a descendant of someone whose story deserves to be told. I want to collaborate!