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Fieldstone Common

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This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak author Juliet Haines Mofford about her book The Devil Made Me Do It! Crime and Punishment in Early New England. Whether it was Sabbath-breaking, blasphemy, or public drunkenness,... more

This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak well known New England Genealogist David Allen Lambert. During this interview we will discuss some of David's favorite research topics such as New England cemeteries, Native... more

This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak with jeweler and curator Sarah Nehama about In Death Lamented, an exhibit about mourning jewelry. Mourning jewels, tangible expressions of love and sorrow, are the focus of In... more

This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak with author Christian McBurney about The Rhode Island Campaign: The First French and American Operation in the Revolutionary War. On July 29, 1778, a powerful French naval... more

The Unofficial Family Archivist advocates for the value, recording and care of your family memories. Are you passing on a well-rounded collection of personal papers, photographs and memorabilia or are you passing on bits that leave... more

Louisa May Alcott was one of the most successful and bestselling authors of her day, earning more than any of her male contemporaries. Her classic Little Women has been a mainstay of American literature since its release nearly 150... more

Part forensic scientist, part master sleuth, Megan Smolenyak2 has solved some of America's oldest and most fascinating genealogical mysteries. You've read the headlines; now get the inside story as the "Indiana Jones of genealogy" reveals... more

In 1970 Professor Ken Lockridge published a book called A New England Town: The First Hundred Years. This book established an innovative way to examine and interpret developing 17th century New England towns. The book allowed... more

Fieldstone Common Host Marian Pierre-Louis will interview Plimoth Plantation culinarian Kathleen Wall about the First Thanksgiving and all the traditions that surround the holiday. Join us for a fascinating discussion about traditional food,... more

Listen in to Fieldstone Common this week as host Marian Pierre-Louis talks to Heli Meltsner, author of The Poorhouses of Massachusetts. Ever since the English settled in America, extreme poverty and the inability of individuals to support... more