Order status of monographic products, including ebooks and non-book formats; acquisitions procedures; rights questions for video products; departmental budget questions.
MALS, University of NH (2007-American Studies).
19th century racial issues, women, and abolitionism in the United States.
Successfully researched and applied to have the Cartland House of Lee, NH named to the National Park Service Network to Freedom. It is currently New Hampshire's only site listed (2012).
"Radical Reform in Public Sentiment: Lydia Dixon and the Dover, New Hampshire, Ladies’ Antislavery Society."" The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings, 2003, p.92-101
Book review of Sister Societies: Women's Antislavery Organizations in Antebellum America. Historical New Hampshire. Spring2007, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p70-71. 2p.
""in Slavery and In Freedom: Oliver C. Gilbert and Edwin S. Warfield.""
Maryland Historical Magazine, Summer 2011, p141-161.
Fernald, Jody and Gilbert, Stephanie, "Oliver Cromwell Gilbert: A Life" (2014). University Library Scholarship. Paper 75.