Friday, June 16, 2017 - 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Cousin Judi Stanley Shuck— "Early History of Westfield and The Underground Railroad".
Judi is passionate for history and young children. After retiring from government accounting she returned to school and became certified in children's
ministry. Judi gives Westfield Quaker history Underground Railroad programs and tours. She has lived in Westfield, IN all of her life and in the family home all but 6 years of her life. She is the daughter of Allan and Lillian Stanley and is married to Robert Shuck. She feels “Very blessed to be a Stanley”.
Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 7:30 - 9:00p.m.
Cousin Dr. Tom Hamm—"The Role of Stanley Family Quakers in Indiana History".
Tom Hamm is among the world’s leading experts on Quakers in America. The author of several books, including an anthology of Quaker writings
published by Penguin in 2011, Tom curates the College’s extensive Quaker collection. He teaches a variety of courses in American and British history. “When you're an historian of Quakerism, Earlham is one of the three or four best places in the world to be,” says Tom, who also published a history of Earlham College (Indiana University Press, 1997).