Speaking at the University of Connecticut April 19th for a Class with Timothy Ives

Been getting my scheduling done for my trip to Hartford on the 18th – will be speaking at the University of Connecticut – my “1st” official speaking event – my family thou can tell you I haven’t shut up about it for years! I’m ready to speak on my research – I have all my ducks in a row – I have enough proof to back up my genealogy to the Native Americans Chiefs of the Long Island Indians – which includes the tribes of Canarsee, Massapequa & Montauk bloodlines – My research is mainly focused in the 1600’s at the moment (have SO MUCH to add) but believe it is time to really get this story out there and start doing what I’m suppose to do – Be the Storyteller of my family~ I’ve got my Power Point finished- everything is booked and paid for –  On the hunt for the Treaty of Hartford while I’m there and will be going to Historical Societies and such and hunt down some other documents I’m needing~ Possibly will have Naomi as a tour guide while in the city on the 20th – if schedule is open~ Looking to be a good trip!

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