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Classic works of literature, history, folklore, and folk music that are readable, searchable, multimedia enhanced, exacting enough for the most demanding scholar and fun for the casual reader or student.
Find yourself immersed in the world of the great English and Scottish ballads. This half-day participatory workshop, broken into four hour-long “sections”, is chock full of music, humor, history, honor, love, laughter, battles, bullies, brides, ghosts, elves, seers, and amazing stories and songs both serious and whimsical, historic and fantastic.
Contact us about other academic lectures, story-telling, or musical programs related to traditional folk music, folklore, and literature studies.
Historical & lineage research services for everyone. Whether you are a budding genealogist who needs help starting your family search or an experienced pro stuck with a dead end complex research issue, our team can help.
We're working on or have just completed the following:
Client: A major US Insurance Company founded in 1868. Task: track as many living descendants of the company's first 15 policy holders and first 12 Board of Directors. Use: Celebration of the corporation's 140th anniversary
Client: Henry Ford Museum
Task: biographical and genealogical research report on a 19th-century photographer and writer. Use: Update and correction to the museum's collection finding aid and possible inclusion in a future exhibition
Client: Ambassador John L. Loeb Jr. Visitors Center at the Touro Synagogue, Newport, Rhode Island
Task: research, write, design and build a new educational website for this new exhibition site. Design and build a matching hardcopy and digital edition book to disseminate the site's content to educators.
Call us about other lectures, experiential workshops, and how-to presentations related to history and genealogy.
From project concept to distribution ready formats, we can deliver a comprehensive package of design, art, writing, editorial, management, and publishing services for both print and online (web or disc) media that presents your work at its best.
Want a Family History website?
Need an interactive database for cooperative research?
Routes to Roots Foundation
600+ pages on how to do genealogical research in Eastern Europe
Joint website for historic tourism and congregational life at America's oldest extant synagogue in Newport, RI.
Americans of Jewish Descent-Online
Full genealogical database with over 30,000 individuals descended from early Jewish immigrants to the United States (prior to 1865). Regularly updated and growing each month.
Ambassador John L. Loeb Visitors Center at the Touro Synagogue in Newport, RI
A website for the new interpretive center at the National Historic site
Call us about other lectures, experiential workshops, and how-to presentations related to Genealogy and Computers, Digital Publishing, and other technologies for use by historians and researchers.
Exhibit Curator; website, book for:
Ambassador John L. Loeb Visitors Center at Touro Synagogue, Newport, RI.
Revisions and updates to the Miriam Weiner Routes To Roots Foundation website and Archives Database.
Loeb Jewish Portraits website and Database hosted by American Jewish Historical Society. An interactive resource of Jewish American portraits painted prior to 1865.
An American Experiene: Adeline Moses Loeb and her Early American Jewish Ancestors. (New York: Sons of the Revolution in the State of NY, 2009).
A Genesis of Religious Freedom: The Story of the Jews of Newport, RI and Touro Synagogue. (New York: George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom, 2013.)
Call us about new or custom lectures, experiential workshops, and how-to presentations related to Genealogy and Computers, Digital Publishing, and other technologies for use by historians and researchers.