Manisses: A People and a Place by Glenda Luck is now available!

SInger/Songwriter Glenda Lucks CD - Manissee

Glenda Luck Album Manisses Cover w note to Coni Dubois 6-24-14

Glenda Luck: I’m so excited to share my new album, Manisses: A People and a Place, with you!

It was a labor of love for me to create.  A huge Thank You to everyone who took part in it’s creation.
Robert Stern, John T Whitaker III, Bill Sellar, Jeff Lipton, Sten Isachsen, Coni Allen Dubois, Shirlyne Gobern, Scott Comings, Rich Tretheway, Kevin McBride, Lorén Spears, David Chatowsky, Richard R. Luck.
To order a copy – Click this link: Manisses: A People and a Place
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Appearing 2nd time on ctv13 – The Senior Chat Hour

I appear on Senior Chat Hour on ctv13/Winsted CT show will appear on 10/22/13 at: L2R: JoAnn Schmitt & Lorraine Hart (Hosts) Coni Dubois (not sure next gentleman will get his name) and on the end is Christopher Valli (Public Access Coordinator & one that put it all together for us) Keith Brown of the Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot & Veronica Hawkins also appeared on the show with me - We had an Awesome TIME with this crew and I can't thank them enough for

I appeared 10/22/13 on The Senior Chat Hour on ctv13/Winsted CT: L2R: JoAnn Schmitt & Lorraine Hart (Hosts) Coni Dubois (not sure next gentleman will get his name) and on the end is Christopher Valli (Public Access Coordinator – one that put it all together for us) Veronica Hawkins also appeared on the show with me & will be reappearing w/me – We had an Awesome TIME with this crew and I can’t thank them enough for inviting us back!

I am preparing for a trip to Hartford CT on Aug 12th – 15th
All that I am planning on doing
Aug 12th:
1. Once I land (noon) Veronica Hawkins (My cousin/Road buddy) & I are heading to
The Institute for American Indian Studies Museum & Research Center
to meet with Lucianne Lavin Ph.D. & Drew Shuptar Rayvis (will be my guide)
Info: Lucianne Lavin Ph.D.Department of Anthropology 
Dissertation: Patterns of chert acquisition among woodland groups within the Delware watershed: a lithologic approach
Bio: Lucianne Lavin is Director of Research and Collections at the Institute for American Indian Studies, a research museum and educational center in Washington, CT. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology from New York University. She is an archaeologist who has over 30 years of research and field experience in Northeastern archaeology and anthropology, including teaching, museum exhibits and curatorial work, cultural resource management, editorial work, and public relations. She is a member of Connecticut’s Native American Heritage Advisory Council, and she is editor of the journal of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut. She has taught archaeology and anthropology courses at a number of Connecticut and New York colleges, including Connecticut College, Naugatuck Valley Community College, and Adelphi University. During her term as a Research Associate at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University, she co-directed their present Connecticut Prehistory exhibit and wrote the accompanying teacher’s manual. She has owned and operated an archaeological firm for over 20 years. Dr. Lavin has written over 100 professional publications and technical reports on the archaeology and ethnohistory of the Northeast. She was awarded the Russell award by the Archaeological Society of Connecticut and elected Fellow of the New York State Archaeological Association for exemplary archaeology work in their respective states. Her award-winning new book, Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples: What Archaeology, History and Oral Traditions teach us about their Communities & Cultures, was published by Yale University Press in 2013.
Aug 13th:
1. Meeting with heads of Peoples State Forests in morning – to finalize details on our 1st annual Barkhamsted Lighthouse Reunion, Can view Facebook Event here – if on Facebook please clickgoing‘ in the event to let me know you plan on attending.
2. Have a archaeology dig/sites to see – Still in planning but looks to be abt 3/4 archeologist will be attending (will have more info once I attend) – will be out and abt all day looking at sites and areas of interest they are gonna take me too~
3. Facebook Event – Pizza with Coni Dubois – @ 7 pm at ABC Pizza
     228 Main St, Winsted, CT 06098 – Restaurant phone: (860) 379-0747
    Please click link above and click ‘going’ for head/seating count – All are welcomed to join us! Pictures will be taken/possible newspaper – almost @ 30 attending now!
Aug 14th :
1. Visiting Tantaquidgeon Indian Museum in the morning (no connection so just visiting) 1819 Rte. 32 Uncasville, 06382
2. Meeting with Ruth C. Vela – Lewis Mills Granddaughter
3. My cousin Veronica Hawkins and I will be appearing on ctv13  on “The Senior Chat Hour” in Winsted CT.
August 15th:
1. Digging into records in Hartford, sightseeing around the area~
2. 4 pm leave for Home/Louisiana