Author Talk

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday July 16, 2014

Join Phil Edmonds as he talks about the importance of documenting family history, as well as

Submitted by tamason on Thursday May 08, 2014

Kids Reading Across Rhode Island kicks off with Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library
author Chris Grabenstein, who will speak at 3:

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday April 14, 2014

True stories often make for the best sea tales. Last summer, 51-year-old Rhode Island angler Joe Gross fell off his 23-foot powerboat without a life jacket and spent the next 11 hours treading water while creating a remarkable account of

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday April 11, 2014

How one small sailboat taught the Kennedys about life, family, leadership, and winning

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday March 24, 2014

The Band: Pioneers of Americana Music by Craig Harris

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday February 12, 2014

Edgar Award-winner Bruce DeSilva returns with Liam Mulligan, an old-school investigative reporter for a dying newspaper

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday November 08, 2013

Les Rolston was born in 1954 and has studied American history for most of his adult life.  His greatest

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday November 08, 2013

"The Greatest Question Ever Presented to Practical Statesmanship": Abraham Lincoln and the Problem of

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday November 07, 2013

Join Museum Curator and Consultant, Madelyn Shaw, at a presentation on Quilts and Textiles: Legacies of the American

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday November 06, 2013

Gettysburg's Unknown Soldier relates one of the best known human interest stories to emerge from the battle, telling how a dead Union soldier was identified by means of the photograph of his three children he clutched in his hand as