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Bonnie Hurd Smith
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  • Salem, MA
  • United States
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Old Town Hall Lecture Series
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Cole Oct 5, 2010.

 

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"Very excited that the section I wrote on Judith Sargent Murray for the new, online Oxford Bibliographies in American Lit. is now live!"
Sep 16, 2012
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Rev. William Bentley in Salem After 200 Years! at Old Town Hall

February 15, 2012 from 7:30pm to 9pm
The diarist and irrepressible gossip Rev. William Bentley (aka Donald Friary), returns to Salem to discuss his life as Pastor to the East Parish from 1783 to 1819. Dr. Bentley will discuss the people he knew, including the Derbys and Crowninshields, when Salem was at its peak, trading at ports around the globe.Old Town Hall Lecture Seriespresented by Gordon College's Institute for Public HistoryTickets: 10 general, $5 student at the door See More
Feb 7, 2012
Bonnie Hurd Smith posted a blog post

New revenue streams for historical organizations, libraries, students, researchers!

Dear Colleagues,As you know, I have spent many years in the history and library communities, and I am very interested in finding new revenue streams for the organizations and individuals involved.When I wrote my ebook A Source of Pride (and Customers): A Historian’s Guide to Doing Your Business History, it was certainly written for businesses and organizations as an easy step-by-step manual to follow. But my…See More
Aug 24, 2011
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Old Town Hall Lecture Series

Here's the press release -- hope you can all come, and please spread the word! Subscribers to the whole series get discounted tickets and a reception.Institute for Public History Launches New Lecture Serieswith Talks on Witch Trials and First-ever Museum of SalemMEDIA CONTACTClifford Hersey, Ed.D.Dean of Global EducationGordon College978-867-4294cliff.hersey@gordon.eduWENHAM, MA—The North Shore’s rich…See More
Oct 4, 2010

Profile Information

Where Do You Consider Your "Hometown"?
Concord/Cambridge/Boston/North Shore
What is your interest in the Mass. Studies Network?
Staying in touch with colleagues and knowing what's going on in our field.
About Me:
I am the President and CEO of History Smiths, a marketing company that works with businesses to incorporate history -- their own and their community's -- into their branding, marketing, and community outreach program. I am also an author, and a scholar on the life of the eighteenth-century essayist Judith Sargent Murray.
Your Website:
http://www.historysmiths.com
Another website or blog?
http://www.jsmsociety.com
Your Organization:
History Smiths
Your Title:
President and CEO
Another Organization?
Massachusetts Historical Records Council
Essex National Heritage Commission
Another Title?
Board Member/Commissioner
Major areas of interest
Archaeology, Archives, Arts, Community Life, Cultural Heritage, Education (college/university), Education (K-12), Environment, Ethics, Ethnic Studies, Genealogy, Geography, History, Jurisprudence, Literature, Local Studies, Philosophy, Religion
Other areas of interest not listed above?
New ways for "business" and "history" to work together to benefit both sides of the equation.

Also: cultural tourism, historic house museums, living history, women's history, Native American history, African American history -- and not in any particular order.

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New revenue streams for historical organizations, libraries, students, researchers!

Dear Colleagues,



As you know, I have spent many years in the history and library communities, and I am very interested in finding new revenue streams for the organizations and individuals involved.



When I wrote my ebook A Source of Pride (and Customers): A Historian’s Guide to Doing Your Business History, it was certainly written for businesses and organizations as an easy step-by-step manual to…

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Posted on August 24, 2011 at 11:35

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At 9:25 on March 19, 2009, Joanne Riley said…
Hi Bonnie - we'll miss you this evening! No, there was no expectation that you would present beyond just chatting and sharing in discussions. I was just reminiscing about back in the day :)
At 23:45 on March 18, 2009, Joanne Riley said…
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow Bonnie - it's been a while! This will be in the same room where you lectured for us back in - was in 2004??
 
 
 

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