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These presenters are available to give talks on various topics of local interest. (Please click the + button to view each presenter's list.)

Other than official representatives of the Atlantic County Historical Society, ACHS does not vouch for specific presenters or presentations. Contact presenters directly for terms and availability. 

If you wish to be added to this list, please email our contact form with your information, presentation titles, and your resume/CV.

Norman Goos (ACHS)

1776 3rd Battalion Atlantic County men at the Revolutionary War Battles at Trenton and Princeton

1777 3rd Battalion Atlantic County men at the Revolutionary War Battle of Red Bank on the Delaware

1778 3rd Battalion Atlantic County men at the Revolutionary War Battle at Chestnut Neck on the Mullica 

The Life of 3rd Battalion Revolutionary War 1st Lt. Jeremiah Leeds, owner of Atlantic City

Colonial mills of Absecon Creek

Colonial mills of Nacote Creek

Colonial mills of English Creek

Colonial mills of Patcong Creek

The long-forgotten Brigantine Beach Railroad (1870-1910)

The Changing Beaches, Extra Inlets and Unchanging Bays of Atlantic County - 1600-present

Chef Nunzio Finelli - one of Philly's best 1800s chefs & 1st Gourmet Italian Chef

The Farming People & Trades of the Atlantic County Salt Marshes

Atlantic County's Fabulous Female Achievers 

Contact: normangoos[at]gmail[dot]com

Mike O'Brien (ACHS)

The History of the Library of Congress, the Veterans History Project, and the Atlantic County Veterans who have told their stories

Contact: mobrien1949[at]yahoo[dot]com

Heather Perez (Stockton)

Atlantic City

Atlantic City: A City of Neighborhoods

Atlantic City: A Look Back

Chicken Bone Beach, Atlantic City

From On the Boardwalk to Under the Boardwalk:
The Music of Atlantic City

Old Hotels of Atlantic City

Segregation in the City: The Atlantic City Experience

The Atlantic City Experience: The Past, Present and Future of “America’s Favorite Playground”

The Boardwalk Empire: Tourism and Entertainment in Atlantic City


Lenape, Pine Forest, South Jersey State, Carteret? Or, how Stockton got its name

Stockton Anniversaries and Archives


Finding Your Family: Beginning Genealogy

Making Sense of the Census

Where Did You Come From? Immigration, Naturalization, and Family History

Contact: heather[dot]perez[at]stockton[dot]edu