The following programs and lectures are available to classes, groups or organizations.
Most work well in a 45 minute to two hour time frame but can be structured to meet your needs.
• “A Michigan Polar Bear Confronts The Bolsheviks. Pvt. Godfrey Anderson’s WW I story of service in Archangel, Russia.”
• “All History Is Local. Many historical events have local ties that give them local identity.”
• “The Notorious Lt. Isaac Earl And His Scouts”
• “These Men Have Done Hard Service: Grand Rapids and the Civil War”
• “Nightmare In New Guinea: Michigan and Wisconsin National Guardsmen Help Halt Japanese Aggression”
• “Grand Rapids Lost And Found: Historic Buildings And Sites Of The Furniture City”
• “Only 90 Miles Away: Becoming Reacquainted With Cuba”
• “A Tale Of Two Industries: The Homes, Offices—And More—That West Michigan Furnished.” Or…“Do They Still Make Furniture In Grand Rapids?”