I was a guest on Joe Live, Joe Jackson's weekly show on local cable, in June. His studio, with its green screen, looks much different from what you see on TV. I am set for a return appearance on July 11.
Check out these archived York County history digital presentations
The coronavirus pandemic has meant no in-person appearances about local history in the spring and summer of 2020, but I’ve joined the ranks of those making Zoom online presentations.
These presentations have been recorded, so if you want to see what I have to say on a range of local and regional history topics, please check out:
- York Rotary: “Look what we’ve been through: York County’s resiliency in times of adversity.” I start at about the 7 minute mark.
- Codorus Murders podcast: York race riots and trials.
- York County Bar Association Law Day: Remarks about the Justice Bell of 1915 after I received the Liberty Bell Award. The Liberty Bell part starts at about the 11:45 mark.
- Joe Live: I present about “York County’s resiliency in times of adversity,” and then answer audience questions. I go on at about the 33- minute mark.
- York Civil War Roundtable: “The Civil War’s impact on York County’s civilian population.” I start at about the 7 minute mark.
- York County History Center: “Achieving women from York County, past and present.” Start at the 4 minute mark.
- Joe Live: I present about “The Best in York, Pa. Neighborhood Awards,” a combination of serious and fun stories about parks, neighborhoods and other landmarks in and around York.
- NEYCHIP/Red Land Library: “Fascinating things about Northeastern York County,” a survey of towns throughout that region of York County.
- An animated, literally, Jim McClure gives this brief overview of York County’s story in “Get Pulled into History.”