Cat Dreaming: A Story of Friendships and Second Chances
Stephanie Schorow (Author)
November 03, 2023
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.77 inches | 0.62 pounds
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About the Author
The Great Brewster Journal project was conceived and coordinated by Stephanie Schorow, the author of eight books about Boston history, including East of Boston: Notes from the Harbor Islands and The Cocoanut Grove Nightclub: A Boston Tragedy, both for The History Press. Support for the project came from the Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands (FBHI) under the direction of Suzanne Gall Marsh, founder of FBHI, a current FBHI board member and a former National Park ranger for the Boston Harbor Islands. Stephanie and Suzanne assembled a team of nine writers and researchers, many of them longtime volunteers for FBHI, including Ann Marie Allen, Allison Andrews, Vivian Borek, Carol Fithian, Walter Hope, Pam Indeck and Marguerite Krupp. Elizabeth Carella, a photographic historian, provided analysis of the journal's photos. Martha Mayo, retired director of the Center for Lowell History at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, provided Lowell background.