Speakers BureauTalks and Living History Presentations for Your Community
Don Wickman is the director of the Kent-Delord House Museum in Plattsburgh. Since his arrival he has made a concerted effort to expand the house’s story outside of Henry Delord plus provide some creative programming. Outside of the museum duties he freelances for the Lake Champlain Weekly and substitutes when available for the Ausable Valley Central School District.
His book, A Very Fine Appearance: The Civil War Photographs of George Houghton, published by the Vermont Historical Society in 2011, earned him and the Society an Award of Merit from the American Association of State & Local History. He is also considered the authority on the American Revolution site of Mount Independence in Orwell, VT and the Vermont Civil War battle flags.