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 few in-person appearances about local history in 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.”
- York County History Center: The Colonial era is a big deal in York County, Pa. Why is that? (Overview of American Revolution at 8 minute mark; discussion on Article of Confederation, 18 minutes; First Capital claim, 53 minutes; ending and questions 1:12.
- Spring Grove Historical Preservation Society: Just look what we’ve been through: York County resilience in adversity.”