Juliet holds a degree from Tufts University and pursued graduate studies in art history at Boston University and in Europe. Before embarking upon her career as a professional museum educator, she taught English and American culture in Japan, Spain, and Puerto Rico. She has lived in 11 different states and 6 foreign countries. Two of her twelve published books received national awards from the American Association for State & Local History. She has directed Teacher Training Workshops and taught courses on slavery at Middlesex and Northern Essex Community Colleges. Under MA Cultural Council Grants, she wrote and produced three community plays Cry Witch! Andover, 1692 and The Suspicious Season. She is the mother of three adult children and currently resides with her husband in mid-coast Maine.
Books by Juliet Haines Mofford