Lehto will give a presentation on two of his books, Shortcut: The Seeberville Murders and Death’s Door: The Truth Behind Michigan’s Largest Mass Murder. A discussion period will follow the lecture. The evening will conclude with wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and coffee. You will also have an opportunity to socialize and browse books by Steve Lehto as well as material from the Sarah Sargent Paine Historical Research Center. Books may be autographed by Mr. Lehto.
Steve Lehto has written articles for magazines such as Michigan History, Huffington Post and the Houghton County Historical Society Lantern. His books also include Michigan’s Columbus: The Life of Douglass Houghton and Drawn to Injustice: The Wrongful Conviction of Timothy Masters, which will be released the week of Steve’s visit.
*The Sarah Sargent Paine Historical Research Center is an affiliate of ATSD Foundation, Inc. and thus, admission to this event qualifies for a 501(c)3 tax deduction. The Foundation Board is now concentrating on accumulating funds for other projects in addition to scholarships. These funds, under the direction of the Foundation Board are used to provide for teacher and student inspired programs as well as to assist in the preservation and enhancement of Adams Township school buildings.