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Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika

Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika has a Bachelor’s degree in history from the College of New Jersey and a Master’s degree in museum Professions from Seton Hall University. She spent 12 years as the Director of the Morris County Historical Society where she worked on the exhibitions and catalogs including “Women’s Work is Never Done: Women in New Jersey Politics, Many Lands,” “One County: The Impact of Immigration on Morris County,” and “Forging the Future: The Iron Industry in Morris County.” She is the author of Morristown, part of Arcadia Publishing’s Postcard Series. She has contributed articles to Jane Austen Knits, Enchanted Knits, Piecework, and Knitting Traditions magazines. She writes regularly for Lake Hopatcong News. She has given dozens of public programs on a variety of historic topics most recently speaking at the New Jersey Historical Commission’s Annual Conference. She is the Grants Manager for Save Ellis Island. 

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