Harry Bradshaw Matthews
Harry Bradshaw Matthews is Associate Dean and Director, Office of Intercultural Affairs at Hartwick College, and founding president of the USCT Institute for Local History and Family Research. He has been honored by proclamations from legislative bodies in Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania, and the Congressional Black Caucus Veteran Braintrust for outstanding historical and genealogical research. He is the author of African American Freedom Journey in New York and Related Sites, 1823-1870. He received his B.A. from SUNY Oneonta and his M.A. from Northern Michigan University. He is a director of the SUNY Oneonta Foundation Board.
- From Anthony Johnson at Jamestown, VA to the Descendants of His Granddaughter Jone (Johnson) Puckham in Somerset, MD: A Story in Black, Red, and White