Christopher Daley has been speaking all over New England for the last 30 years and virtually via Zoom throughout the United States for the past two years on historical topics of interest; at libraries, historical societies, schools and all sorts of clubs and organizations!
After teaching history for 25 years at the Silver Lake Regional School System in Kingston, Massachusetts, Chris retired this past September to pursue a full-time career as a public speaker. He holds a B.A. and an M.A. from Bridgewater State University in Political Science and History. He was formerly the President of the Pembroke Historical Society and Chairman of the Pembroke Historical Commission. He was also a docent at the John Alden House Historic Site as well as Coordinator of Educational Outreach.
Chris has written several articles on varied historical topics for local publications and has written his first book entitled "Murder and Mayhem in Boston: Historic Crimes in the Hub."Chris has also served as historical consultant on the Sacco-Vanzetti Case for the Travel Channel's program "Time Traveling with Brian Unger." He also appeared in two episodes of the Travel Channel's "Kindred Spirits" in the capacity of historian on shows about the Lizzie Borden Case.
Chris' wife Cathy is his fellow researcher and travels along as DaleyHistory's Professional Photographer. Christopher and his wife reside in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.