Hidden History of Boston | Wild Women of Boston
IN THE PRESS
This is a great read for anyone interested in the lesser known tales of Boston history. Well written and fun to read. Well told stories about many different types of women that are quirky, fun and intriguing.
I am not a history buff but Dina Vargo truly made these diverse characters come
to life! With accessible historical details for the
lay person, welcome humor and just plain great storytelling...
The array of wild women Dina Vargo found to write about is truly stupendous. Her sense of playfulness is combined with great research. This is a must read for everyone who loves women's history in Boston.
KIMBERLY B., AMAZON
GRETCHEN G., AMAZON
Dina Vargo has been a lover of history and tricorn hats since dressing up as Betsy Ross for our nation's bicentennial. After moving to the Boston area, she became a docent for Boston By Foot, where she developed a penchant for writing off-beat, "hidden history" walking tours.
A native of Pittsburgh, PA, she holds an MPA from the University of Pittsburgh and works in the affordable housing field. She currently resides in Roslindale, MA with her partner, Malini, and cats, Wicket and Rosie.
The REAL Dark Side starts here - Boston By Foot's Bostonians Behaving Badly tour at 6pm.
Milton Public Library presents Fall Into Reading. Stop by to say "Hi!" to me and several other local authors.
Join me at the Sharon Adult Center in Sharon as I share more Hidden History stories. Program starts at 6:30pm.
Time to hit the Langley-Adams Library in Groveland for a presentation at 6:30pm. So many stories, so little time...
I love talking about the Wild Women of Boston too! Join me at the Stevens Memorial Library in North Andover at 2:30pm.