Over the last ten years, my concentration has been historical walking tours of Boston, MIT, Harvard, and The Battle Road from Lexington to Concord. I have a degree in education and subsequent Paralegal certificates. As a United States National Archives volunteer, I transcribe historical documents online. Additionally, I am a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave Foundation in service to genealogists and family members. Some of my genealogical research reaches back to 1630, the beginning of the Great Migration.
Additionally I am a fully vetted and licensed transportation worker for the Town of Lexington and TSA.
People seem curious about my accent. I spent my first twenty-five years in Philadelphia. We generally accent the last syllable even when the emphasis is not needed. Consequently, many people believe I am from the boroughs of NYC. After five decades in Massachusetts, my accent gives away a clue to my roots.
May I guide you on a tour of the Freedom Trail of historic Boston, emphasizing John Hancock, Sam Adams, and the fourteen unique endeavors of Paul Revere?
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