Audio 2 Web 2010 – 2014


Years ranging: 2010 to 2014

All Events – I’ve been featured in/part of (Newspapers/Historical Events/Speaking Events/More): I have tried to take photo’s/Videos of all I’ve met along the way also!

Other Photo’s & Video Info:

Facebook Group: Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village

Photo Albums: Coni’s Photo Album’s of Research Trips

All Videos of events can be found: Coni’s Research Video’s

Click on any photo below to make it larger

1. 2009 - Booklet: I am  featured in:
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Archaeological Preserve booklet
Barkhamsted Connecticut
(Link automatically  opens up to PDF format – free to view and download)
Capture Note from Coni: I am on pg 23 in this book
2. 4/10/2010 Barkhamsted Historical Dedication -Barkhamsted CT  
Hosted by Barkhamsted Historical Society
1st Photo: L2R: Coni Dubois, Ken Feder, Tonia Allen Gould (Coni’s Sister) Butch Robinson 2nd Photo: My 1st time at the site and Indian Cemetery

 

3. 6/20/10 - Meeting with Keith Brown of the Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Indian Tribe

Note from Coni: I have been working many years with Keith – this was our 1st meeting – We share common ancestors and he and his brother Chief “Sun Rise” Byron Brown – have been tour guides and host throughout the years. They have been a wealth of info and help~

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4. 6/27/2010 Tour: Ruben & Hannah (Chagum) Barbers Homestead/Burial
King Rd. Beaver Dams NY – Tour Guide: Marianne Reimsnyder (Cookie)
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The barn sides are still standing – this site should be an preserved – much has been left where it landed~
5. 7/1/10 - Visited Block Island 

Note from Coni: Was given personal tour of Historical Society/area by Block Island Historical Society: Pam Gasner

Coni Dubois @Chagum Pond
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Right Photo: L2R: Pam Littlefield Gasner Exec. Director Block Island Historical Society, Coni Dubois & Katie McBride

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 6. 7/3/2010 Pequot War Dig with Kevin McBride/Ken Feder
1st Photo: L2R: Coni Dubois, Kevin McBride, Ken Feder & Veronica Hawkins (my Cousin) 2nd Photo: Archaeologist Kevin McBride & Ken Feder w/Coni Dubois looking at the map of area/dig site.

 

  7. 6/26/2011 Block Island Unveiling of Stones
Video’s of unveiling can be found at: https://conidubois.wordpress.com/videos/
Photo Album can be found at: Ancestral/Descendant Unveiling of Stone 6/26/11
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1st Photo: Descendants & Family of Block Island Manissean Stone Inscription: In Honor of the Manisseans their Ancestors and Descendants
2nd Photo: Manissean Village Stone – 500 BC
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Archeologist/President of Historical Society Pam Gasner arranged a tour for my group
8. 6/29/2011 visited the King Philips War Dig site
W/ Archealogist Kevin McBride & Doug Harris (Preservationist for Ceremonial Landscapes)
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9. 7/1/2011 Eliot Bible - Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
7/1/2011 Eliot Bible - Got to personally see the Bible arranged by Kevin McBride & Mashantucket Pequot Museum
7/1/2011 Eliot Bible – Got to personally see the Bible arranged by Kevin McBride & Mashantucket Pequot Museum

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10. 7/1/1011 Pequot War Dig Artifacts - Kevin McBride tour of his lab at Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
Jason Mancini & Coni Dubois – Sr. Researcher @ Mashantucket Peqout Museum & Research Center – Below Kevin McBride’s students???????????????????????????????
11. 7/2/2011 Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Tribal Gathering - Hosted by Chief "Sun Rise" Byron Brown
1st Photo: L2R: Keith Brown, Coni Dubois & Chief “Sun Rise” Byron Brown 2nd Photo: Lighting Council Fires
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  12. July 25, 2011 - Terrebonne resident digs for Native American roots 

Published in Houma Courier (Houma LA) & Daily Comet (Thibodaux LA) By Nikki Buskey Staff Writer

Coni Dubois poses at the site of a Manissean Indian village in Block Island, RI. Eighteen years ago, Coni Allen Dubois’ father made a request that would become a life’s mission. “He knew he was Native American, but back then it was a voodoo to talk about that kind of stuff,” said Dubois, who lives in Gray. “He asked me, ‘Please, find our Native American roots.’ Allen’s father died in September, before she could finish her search. But his death spurred her to delve even deeper into her family’s history and discover a connection to Native American tribes in the northeastern United States. “It’s the first story of American history,” Dubois said. Dubois said she’s traced more than 17,000 people through her family tree on both her mother and father’s sides. She traced her heritage back to the Algonquian Indians, including the Mohegan, Pequot and Narragansett tribes. She also discovered a connection to the Long Island Indians. Dubois returned from a summer genealogy research trip this past week. She visited archaeology digs at sites connected to her ancestors, including the place that hosted King Philip’s War, a battle between Native Americans and settlers. She also viewed recently unearthed artifacts from the Pequot Massacre. “To walk those lands that my ancestors did — I cry at every one of those sites,” Dubois said. She visited the site of a Manissean Village in Block Island, R.I., where she was involved in a ceremony that dedicated a stone marking the site.
Pasted from: http://www.houmatoday.com/article/20110725/ARTICLES/110729699
13. 10/14/11 Research & Tour of Narragansett Reservation 
Private tour given and arranged by Lorraine Keyes of the Narragansett Tribe
Narragansett Church
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 Royal Burial Ground
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Queen Esther’s 1770 Coronation Rock
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Narragansett Swamp Fight Memorial – King Philips War
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1636 Shannock Falls Narragansett/Pequot War
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14. August 8, 2011 - Former resident searches for her roots at father's request -Published in the Pilot News (Plymouth IN) and other local papers in the area -By Lydia Beers, Staff Writer - lbeers@thepilotnews.com
Coni Dubois poses with two archaeologists who have assisted her in her genealogy search, Kevin McBride and Ken Feder.
PLYMOUTH — What began with a simple request from her father has grown into a lifetime search for Coni Dubois. Dubois, who grew up in Marshall County with her parents Rex and Nancy Allen, first began searching for her ancestors 18 years ago. “(My father) said, Coni, find our Native American roots,” said Dubois, who added that her father was raised Native American but had no idea where he had come from. “(Their family) just didn’t talk about it, being Native American was considered bad,” said Dubois. Dubois, who now lives in Louisiana, decided to do exactly what her father asked, embarking on several trips to Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts—places where her research led her to believe her ancestors might have lived. She discovered that she is a descendant of the Mohegan, Pequot and Narragansett tribes—sub-tribes of what are known as the Long Island Indians. In her travels, Dubois met and worked with many archeologists and Native American tribes who she said appreciated her pure intentions in finding her family.“Tribes do not want to give genealogy out because of tribal rights,” said Dubois, “(but) I’m not in this for my tribal rights, I want to find my ancestors.”Since beginning her search, Dubois has uncovered reams of valuable information, including that she is a descendant of Chegonoe, the Native American who interpreted John Eliot’s Bible.While searching for her ancestors, Dubois has used www.ancestry.com and said that the website has been the backbone of her work. She is planning another trip in October to Long Island to do hands-on research. Dubois’s father, Rex Allen, passed away in 2010, an event that Dubois said spurred on her search. “When my dad died, he knew I was close,” said Dubois, continuing, “but when he passed away, I guess it was the grief—I just dug in.”With her father in mind, Dubois continued on her mission. She said she doesn’t believe her search to discover her ancestors will ever end. “It will never be done,” said Dubois. Dubois dedicates six hours every day to her research. Rather than being tedious, Dubois said that what she finds is so exciting that it keeps her coming back for more. “It’s a quest,” said Dubois. “I want to know my roots. I want to honor my ancestors. Their story is too beautiful not to be told.” Because of her through search, Dubois said she has been invited to speak on genealogy in various forums. Although she has more than enough information to write and publish a book, Dubois said that she has no plans to do so at this time. “I’m not an author, I’m a researcher,” Dubois stated simply, although adding that members of her family who are in the book business may develop a book later. Dubois carefully documents all her findings on her blog, www.conidubois.wordpress.com, and so far has more than more than 70 research books filled with information. She also maintains a Facebook group where fans can view updates and photos called Barkhamsted Lighthouse. Pasted from <http://thepilotnews.com/content/former-resident-searches-her-roots-fathers-request
15. Sept 9, 2011 - Hartford Courant - A Village Tale
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16. 9/10/11 - Unveiling of Signs at the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Site 
Note from Coni: I took part in this – had a speech, read a poem and unveiled the signs
(See newspaper below on event)
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17. Signs along trail telltale of forgotten village in Barkhamsted -Published: September 11, 2011 - By Alec Johnson -Published in the Republican-American (Waterbury CT)
Coni Allen Dubois of Louisiana, a descendant of the Lighthouse Tribe that formerly called the People’s Sate Forest in Barkhamsted their home on Saturday unveils one of six new signs installed along a trail telling her ancestor’s history. Alec Johnson / Republican-American Coni Allen Dubois of Louisiana, a descendant of the Lighthouse Tribe that formerly called the People’s Sate Forest in Barkhamsted their home on Saturday unveils one of six new signs installed along a trail telling her ancestor’s history.  Alec Johnson / Republican-American
BARKHAMSTED — A little village deep in the woods of People’s State Forest that was abandoned in 1860 is back in the minds of local residents and descendants of the Native Americans who once called the land off East River Road home. On Saturday, more than 50 people huddled around a trail as a sign telling the story of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village was unveiled from beneath a green tarp by Lighthouse Tribe descendant Coni Allen Dubois. Dubois, who traveled from Louisiana, and six other descendants of James Chaughum came from across the country for the day.Chaughum, a member of the Narragansett tribe, and his wife, Molly, an Irish immigrant, settled there around 1740 after being cast away from society because of their relationship.Six signs tell the story of the village. There is a burial ground, a foundation of a former cabin, stone quarry, grind stone and charcoal kilns (mounds where charcoal that fueled foundries in Litchfield County was made) along a trail that winds up Ragged Mountain. Kenneth L. Feder, an archaeologist and professor at Central Connecticut State University, since 1985 has studied artifacts and history of the village lived in by Chaughum and his eight children. Feder said that over his years of studying the area he found it troubling that so few people knew the history of the village. People had no idea there had been a thriving village here with 100 or 150 people, he said. “People have lost the connection to this.” The signs, sponsored by the Barkhamsted Historical Society were installed over the summer to teach hikers about the forgotten village. “This story will never be forgotten and it will never die,” Feder said. “The work has resulted in a permanent memorial to the folks who lived here.” Dubois began studying her family history 19 years ago at the request of her father. The family knew they were descendants of Native Americans, but over the years the history became muddled. Dubois’ studies led her to Barkhamsted years ago and she has returned several times since. Having the signs and accurate history to inform the public of her ancestors, she said was “amazing.”During earlier visits she found evidence of campfires in the burial ground. “Now people will have more respect for the area and more love for the people that were here,” she said. Dubois’ sister, Tonia Allen Gould of California, said that at one time historians believed the families that lived in the village had died out, when there are actually thousands of descendants alive.”It is an amazing tribute to the Lighthouse Indian village ancestors, words can’t express how we feel about that.”
Note from Coni: My Sister Tonia stated thousands descendants alive- when it should be hundreds~ Pasted from <http://www.rep-am.com/articles/2011/09/11/news/local/584081.txt
18. The Squire's Tavern Quarterly - Sept 2011 Edition
By the Barkhamsted Historical Society Newspaperwww.barkhamstedhistory.org
Pg 7 there is a photo of Doug Roberts and I and it reads:
Coni Dubois discusses her research on James and Molly Chaugham and their descendants with town historian Doug Roberts at Squires Tavern on July 3. Coni, visiting from Louisiana, has done extensive research on the Lighthouse Tribe genealogy. She is a ninth-generation descendant of James and Molly. For more information, or to reach Coni, visit her Facebook page at “Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village” Talk with Coni at the annual meeting September 10th at the tavern.
 
  19. WIQUAPAUG EASTERN PEQUOT NEWS LETTER - THE “SUN RISE” - SEPTEMBER 2011 VOL.  13 - NO.  3
Sept 2011 Wiquapaug Newsletter with me in it  
20. 10/15/11 Archaeological Society of Connecticut Fall Meeting
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Note from Coni: I was a guest of Ken Feder (Archeologist) & Paul Hart (President of Barkhamsted Historical Society) 
21. 11/19/2011 - Daily Comet for Pre K at W. S. Lafargue Elementary - Thibodaux Louisiana 
 
front page of Daily Comet and pg 5 of Houma Courier
Photo taken by Abby Tabor
In Thibodaux Louisiana 
 22. 12/2011 - The Squire's Tavern Quarterly
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23. 2/2/2012 - Valley Press

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24. 4/19/2012 Guest speaker for Timothy Ives Class - @ University of Connecticut
Coni Dubois & Timothy Ives
Timothy Ives & I at the University of Connecticut

Coni Dubois & Timothy Ives

25. 5/13/13 - Tour of Hale Michigan - Given by Terry & Ron Allen
5/13/13 Hill Township Cemetery - most of the bodies were removed to Oak Grove Cemetery - L2R - Polly Goodwin, Coni Dubois, Terry & Ron Allen
5/13/13 Hill Township Cemetery – most of the bodies were removed to Oak Grove Cemetery – L2R – Polly Goodwin, Coni Dubois, Terry & Ron Allen
5/14/13 - L2R Wendy Dishaw, Coni Dubois, Lynn Barber, Kathy Woods - Donate by Kathy Woods
5/14/13 – L2R Wendy Dishaw, Coni Dubois, Lynn Barber, Kathy Woods – photo donate by Kathy Woods
5/13/13 @ Barber Homestead Pauline (Polly) Goodwin, Lenny Barber, Coni Dubois & Beulah Barber (just turned 96) - Both Beulah & Lenny still live at Homestead - Photo taken by Jim Goodwin
5/13/13 @ Barber Homestead Pauline (Polly) Goodwin, Lenny Barber, Coni Dubois & Beulah Barber (just turned 96 in photo – recently passed away) – Photo taken by Jim Goodwin
Barber Rd
Barber Rd
William Barber Homestead - My Great/Great Grandfather - Donated by Beulah Barber
William Barber Homestead – My Great/Great Grandfather – Donated by Beulah Barber
George Allen Homestead - My Great Grandfather
George Allen Homestead – My Great Grandfather
5/13/13 Me at Chief Sodney's tombstone at Esmond Evergreen Cemetery (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 – Me at Chief Sodney’s tombstone at Esmond Evergreen Cemetery (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
26. 5/13/13  Indian school in Hale Michigan in between My Barber & Allen Homesteads
1903 MI Ogemaw Co, Hill Twp, Plat Map
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27. 5/13/13 Research meeting @ home of Mary & Jerry Hewitt
5/13/13 Cookout in Hale Michigan - Hosted by Jerry & Mary Hewitt - Prayer given by Jerry Hewitt - L2R Me, My husband Jay Dubois, Terry Allen his wife Diane Allen, Mary & Jerry Hewitt - Rona Sullivan, Polly Goodwin & Ron Allen (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin husband of Polly)
5/13/13 Cookout/Hale Michigan – Hosted by Jerry & Mary Hewitt – Prayer given by Jerry Hewitt – L2R Me, My husband Jay Dubois, Terry Allen his wife Diane Allen, Mary & Jerry Hewitt – Rona Sullivan, Polly Goodwin & Ron Allen – Photo taken by Jim Goodwin
5/13/13 Polly Goodwin & I discussing genealogy (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 Polly Goodwin & I discussing genealogy (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 Research talk hosted at Hewitt Home in Hale Michigan R2L starting with me, Rona Sullivan, Diane Allen, Ron Allen, Terry Allen, Jerry Hewitt, Polly Goodwin & my Husband Jay Dubois - beside me is Mary Hewitt (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 Research talk hosted @  Hewitt home in Hale Michigan R2L starting with me, Rona Sullivan, Diane Allen, Ron Allen, Terry Allen, Jerry Hewitt, Polly Goodwin & my Husband Jay Dubois – beside me is Mary Hewitt (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 @ Hewitt Home - Rona Sullivan (Barber Descendant) & Mary Hewitt discussing Chief Sodney (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
5/13/13 @ Hewitt Home – Rona Sullivan (Barber Descendant) & Mary Hewitt discussing Chief Sodney (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin)
28. 5/14/13 - Presentation - Hale Plainfield Historical Commission

Author/Researcher Jean Bell - I received a signed copy of her book: Hale & Up the Tracks (bought for me by Ron & Terry Allen) Photo taken by Rona Sullivan
Author/Researcher Jean Bell – I received a signed copy of her book: Hale & Up the Tracks (bought for me by Ron & Terry Allen) Photo taken by Rona Sullivan
5/14/13 at my presentation in Hale Michigan for Plainfield Historical Commission (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin) - Polly Goodwin & Sister Sharon & Husband Chuck Fisher
5/14/13 at my presentation in Hale Michigan for Plainfield Historical Commission (Photo taken by Jim Goodwin) – Polly Goodwin & Sister Sharon & Husband Chuck Fisher

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29. 10/10/13 Speaking Event: St. Matthew’s Episcopal School – 4th & 5th Grade Classes
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30. 10/17/13 Meeting with Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendants
Photo below are all Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendants
 L2R: Veronica Hawkins, Jessica Vandebogart & her Mother Betty (Ellis) Vandebogart, Donna Ellis (Photo taken by Keith Brown)
L2R: Veronica Hawkins, Jessica Vandebogart & her Mother Betty (Ellis) Vandebogart, Donna Ellis (Photo taken by Keith Brown)
31. 10/17/13 Guest appearance on The Senior Chat Hour - hosted by Jo-Ann Schmitt  on ctv13 - Winsted Ct.
www.ctv13.net
 I appear on Senior Chat Hour on ctv13/Winsted CT show will appear on 10/22/13 at: www.ctv13.net/ L2R Back: JoAnn Schmitt, Lorraine Hart, Allan Lawson (Hosts) (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) Bottom: Coni Dubois, Keith Brown of the Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot & Veronica Hawkins We had an Awesome TIME with this crew and I can't thank them enough for inviting me!
I appeared on Senior Chat Hour on ctv13/Winsted CT on 10/22/13 
L2R Back: JoAnn Schmitt, Lorraine Hart, Allan Lawson (Hosts) (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) Bottom: Coni Dubois, Keith Brown of the Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot & Veronica Hawkins (My Cousin)  – We had an Awesome TIME with this crew and I can’t thank them enough for inviting me!
32. 10/18-19/13 Attended: Academic Conference:17th Century Warfare, Diplomacy, & Society in the American Northeast @ Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
10/19/13 L2R: Chief Hawk Storm, Tall Oak (Everett Weeden) & Keith Brown at The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center for Conference - photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
10/19/13 L2R: Chief Hawk Storm, Tall Oak (Everett Weeden) & Keith Brown at The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center for Conference – photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
10/19/13 Author John A Strong signing my book - The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island - He signed: For Coni, Keep up the good work on the Montaukett heritage - John A Strong Oct 19, 2013 and along with that he has granted me permission to use any of his work in my research (has several books out) was a honor to finally meet him (I have most of his books) Photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
10/19/13 Author John A Strong signing my book – The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island – He signed: For Coni, Keep up the good work on the Montaukett heritage – John A Strong Oct 19, 2013 and along with that he has granted me permission to use any of his work in my research (has several books out) was a honor to finally meet him (I have most of his books) Photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
10/19/13 L2R: Dr. Craig Miller (Dept Head of Science, Humanities and Visual Communications at Pennsylvania College of Technology) Dave Naumec (Research Consultant of The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center) in the research lab (off limits to public - was given a special tour arranged by Kevin McBride (Archeologist & head of the Research Center) - photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
10/19/13 L2R: Dr. Craig Miller (Dept Head of Science, Humanities and Visual Communications at Pennsylvania College of Technology) Dave Naumec (Research Consultant of The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center) in the research lab (off limits to public – was given a special tour arranged by Kevin McBride (Archeologist & head of the Research Center) – photo taken by Veronica Hawkins
33. 10/19-20/13 Tour Guides for Rhode Island -Chief Sun Rise & Keith Brown

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Fort Ninegret:

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34. 12/1/13 Lessons From The Past by Ken Feder

Note from Coni: I have a chapter in this book – pgs 55-57

Lessons From the Past - Edited by Ken Feder
Lessons From the Past – Edited by Ken Feder

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35. 1/18/14 - Contemporary Issues in Cultural Heritage Tourism by Jamie Kaminski, Angela M Benson, David Arnold 
Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism And Mobility - Contemporary Issues in Cultural Heritage Tourism
Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism And Mobility – Contemporary Issues in Cultural Heritage Tourism
This book provides for the first time a cohesive volume about cultural heritage as applied to tourism and development that is theoretically rich, practically applied and empirically grounded. Written by expert scholars and practitioners, the book covers a broad range of theoretical perspectives which have not been explored together before; regeneration, policy, stakeholders, marketing, socio-economic development, impacts, sustainability, volunteering and ICT. It further takes a broad view of cultural heritage by integrating international examples of sites and monuments in addition to motor vehicle heritage events and modern art museums. This significant book will be of interest to students, researchers and practitioners in a range of disciplines.
Note from Coni:  I am cited & sourced and was interviewed by Ben Herska for his chapter in book above – Part 2 Tensions and dissonance – Chapter 10 – Volunteering around the block – Revisiting Block Island Manissean heritage
Info on Benjamin Hruska: Serves as the Historian for the US Department of Defense’s US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in Washington. DC. Hruska’s duties include the launching of a new oral history project at the courthouse and managing public programmes. He recently received his PhD in Public History from Arizona State University and his dissertation covered the sinking of an American aircraft carrier in  World War II. Before returning to graduate school, Hruska served as the Director of the Block Island Historical Society located on Block Island, Rhode Island. His duties there included operation the house museum, public programmes and the annual House and Garden Tour. Hruska has also earned an MA in Public History from Wichita State University. 
36. 5/14 Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Newsletter 
Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Newsletter May 2014 – VOl 16 # 2 – A Thank You to me from Chief “Sun Rise” Byron Brown & the Tribe
 37. 7/1/2014 Singer/Songwriter Glenda Luck Cd called: Manissees
Note from Coni: I have 2 speaking parts on this cd
I will post link to where to buy once Glenda gets it all set up on her website – soon!
SInger/Songwriter Glenda Lucks CD - Manissee
Singer/Songwriter Glenda Lucks CD – Manissee
Glenda Luck Album Manisses Cover w note to Coni Dubois 6-24-14
38. 8/12/14 Met with Artist Allan Madhabee 
who created my Red Wing Black Bird – Bought 3 paintings from him
Coni Dubois & Allan Madhabee
Coni Dubois & Allan Madhabee
Mother Earth by Allan Madhabee 2009
Mother Earth by Allan Madhabee 2009
 Petroglyphs by Allan Madhabee 2010
Petroglyphs by Allan Madhabee 2010
Red Wing Black Bird by Allan Madhabee 2014
Red Wing Black Bird by Allan Madhabee 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 39. 8/13/14 - Meeting of Barkhamsted Descendants

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8/14/14 (ABC) Pizza w/Coni – All descendants of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village L2R/back: Robert Ellis, Lisa Oltsch, Ed Tessman, Jessica Tessman, Jeannette Tibbetts, Donald Tibbetts L2R/front: Veronica Hawkins, Josh Ellis, Tanna Chesser and children & Coni Dubois 
40. 8/14/14 2nd appearance on TV show - The Senior Chat Hour

8/14/14 2nd appearance on tv show - The Senior Chat Hour L2R: Jo-Ann Schmitt & Lorraine Hart (Hosts) Veronica Hawkins, Greg Fisher & Coni Dubois —ctv13 at Charter Communications in Winsted CT
L2R: Jo-Ann Schmitt & Lorraine Hart (& Maxine – Hosts) Veronica Hawkins, Greg Fisher & Coni Dubois —ctv13 at Charter Communications in Winsted CT
41. 8/15/14 Tantaquidgeon Descendants & Coni Dubois
Tantaquidgeon Descendants - Photo taken by Naomi Carolyn — at Tantaquidgeon Indian Museum located @ 1819 Norwich-New London Turnpike, Uncasville, CT 06382 More info: http://connecticuthistory.org/gladys-tantaquidgeon-preserves-the-states-native-past/
@Tantaquidgeon Indian Museum located @ 1819 Norwich-New London Turnpike, Uncasville, CT 06382 More info: http://connecticuthistory.org/gladys-tantaquidgeon-preserves-the-states-native-past/ Photo taken by Naomi Carolyn

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42. Uncas Monument/Cemetery

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   43. 8-22-14 - Barkhamsted Lighthouse Tribe meets - Winsted Journal (Winsted CT) By: Amy Steward
http://www.tricornernews.com/node/36957
8-22-14 - Barkhamsted Lighthouse Tribe meets - Winsted Journal -  By Amy Steward
Note from Coni 22 people attended (expecting 40 but due to weather many didn’t attend) Also I don’t know where the reporter got the info on Molly being of Irish descent – we have yet to find her origin.
44. 8/23/14 New 'crest/logo' created - "Red Wing Black Bird" Coni Dubois
Coni Dubois - Red Wing Black Bird
Red Wing Black Bird – Coni Dubois – painting by Allan Madhabee
45. Sept 2014Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot News Letter “The Sun Rise”
Sept 2014 - Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot News Letter
Sept 2014 – Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot News Letter “The Sun Rise” – Pg 21 – Vol 16 No 3

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