Our newest blogger is Christine Sharbrough, MSLIS Archival Studies, Certified Genealogist (sm). Christine is a lifelong student of popular and classical culture. She received a Bachelors in Art History from University of Massachusetts at Lowell in 2009. In 2012, she received a Masters in Library Information Science with a concentration in Archival Studies from Drexel University.
She has been an intern, archivist, and trustee for the The Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum in Arlington, Massachusetts; and an intern at the Springville Art Museum in Springville, Utah. She has created an unpublished catalog raisonne of Dallin/s work, and has written several monographs about his life and career.
She previously held positions as a professional genealogy researcher with NEHGS (Boston), Family History Expos (Salt Lake City), and ProGenealogists (Salt Lake City) and has participated in many other private genealogy research projects over the past 30 years.
She presently lectures across New England on topics related to genealogy and Cyrus E Dallin. She has had numerous non-fiction book reviews published by the Library Journal. She is the national news editor for the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society News (AAHGS).
She lives in Manchester, New Hampshire with her husband and children.
You can find Christine on Twitter at @csharbrough and see her work via these Genealogy in 2012 — The Next Generation, Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society News, Cyrus E. Dallin, American Renaissance Sculptor, and Library Sciences Help and Information.
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