Public speaking event, July 14, 2022

Swift County Historical Society, Benson, Minnesota

Jannet L. Walsh
July 9, 2022
Murdock, Minnesota

Jannet L. Walsh – Kerry Airport, near Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, 2018

Upcoming Minnesota public event, July 14, 2022 – Speaking, in person, Swift County Historical Society, Benson, Minnesota – If you are in Minnesota, please join me at the Swift County Historical Society, Benson, Minnesota.  I will be the guest speaker at the Brown Bag Lunch, Thursday, July 14, 2022, at noon to 1 p.m., admission free. Bring your own lunch if you desire, and enjoy the company of others in attendance.

I’ll be talking about my book, and Irish American roots in Dublin Township in Swift County, Minnesota. Please contact the Swift County Historical Museum for more details at their website. I’ve included a Google Map below.


Swift County Historical Society – 2135 Minnesota Ave, Benson, Minnesota


Building of second Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Murdock, Minnesota – Men stand in their fine suits and hats on top of the new Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Murdock, Minnesota, during construction. The first church, wooden, was located directly behind, west, of the new brick church in Murdock. This photo is undated, circa 1920s, from the Swift County Historical Society, Benson, Minnesota..

About the writerJannet L. Walsh, of Murdock, Minnesota, is a photographer, writer, and educator. She is the author of the forthcoming creative nonfiction quest narrative “Higgledy-Piggledy Stones: Family Stories from Ireland and Minnesota,” scheduled for publication in 2022 by Shanti Arts Publishing. She has compiled Irish Genealogy Toolkit, a list of resources for researching your Irish roots. You can follow Walsh on Facebook and Twitter, and her other social media channels.




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