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Places where Bonnie Hurd Smith has given talks

Please contact me to book a talk! –Bonnie


Abigail Adams Birthplace, Weymouth, MA
Adams National Historic Site, Quincy, MA
American Historical Association Annual Conference,  
   Boston, MA
Arlington Street Church, Boston, MA
Bay State Junior College, Boston, MA
Beverly Historical Society, Beverly, MA
Beverly Public Library, Beverly, MA
Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
The Bostonian Society, Boston, MA
Boxford Public Libraries, Boxford, MA
Brookhaven Retirement Community, Lexington, MA
Cambridge Historical Society, Cambridge, MA
Cape Ann Cable TV, Gloucester, MA
Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, MA
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY
College Women’s Club of Cape Ann, Gloucester, MA
Cornerstone Books, Salem, MA
Elderhostel, Salem, MA
Ferry Beach Unitarian Universalist Retreat,
   Ferry Beach, Maine
First Church in Boston, Boston, MA
First Church in Salem, Salem, MA
First Parish Church of Concord, Concord, MA
First Parish Church of Wayland, Wayland, MA
Framingham Public Library, Framingham, MA
Independent Christian Church (Unitarian
   Universalist), Gloucester, MA
Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, Hamilton, MA
Ipswich Historical Society, Ipswich, MA
Ipswich Public Library, Ipswich, MA
Kiwanis Club of Gloucester, Gloucester, MA
Lexington Historical Society, Lexington, MA
Lynn Museum, Lynn, MA
Manchester Historical Society, Manchester, MA
Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
McCormick Federal Building, Boston, MA
New Massachusetts Universalist Convention,
   Stoughton, MA
Nichols House Museum, Boston, MA
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric
   Administration), Gloucester, MA
Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill, MA
North Shore Business Forum, Danvers, MA
Old South Meeting House, Boston, MA
Old Town Hall Lecture Series, Salem, MA
Otis House, Historic New England, Boston, MA
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
Peabody Historical Society and Museum, Peabody, MA
Rotary Club of Amesbury, MA
Rotary Club of Cambridge, MA
Rotary Club of Danvers, MA
Rotary Club of Ipswich, MA
Rotary Club of Gloucester, MA
Rotary Club of Hamilton, MA
Rotary Club of Lynn, MA
Rotary Club of Marblehead, MA
Rotary Club of Salem, MA
Salem Lyceum, Salem, MA
Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Salem, MA
Salem State College Lifelong Learning Institute,
   Salem, MA
Sandy Bay Historical Society, Rockport, MA
Sargent House Museum, Gloucester, MA
Signatures Apparel, Salem, MA
Simmons College, Boston, MA
Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, IL
Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn, MA
Unitarian Universalist General Assembly, Nashville, TN
Wheelock College, Boston, MA

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• Proven examples of how this works.

• Inspiring stories from history!


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Bonnie's presentation, a sneak preview of her book "We Believe in You!" brought the unique but fundamentally universal stories of historic America women to life through engaging facts and fascinating anecdotes in a fast-paced, 45-minute talk. The audience loved learning about struggles and support systems of famous and not-so-famous American women as far back as the 1600s. We are eager to have her back!
–Terry Byrne, Cambridge Center for Adult Education