Today we posted the newest episode of the History Slam podcast over at Activehistory.ca. In this episode I talk with Professor Greg Stott of University College of the North. The episode was recorded at the CHA Annual Meeting in May just before his presentation on William Port, the postmaster of Lucan, Ontario during the 1880 Donnelly Massacre. We chat about the massacre, his research on Lucan, and the culture of small towns in Canada. This was a particularly fun episode for me as Professor Stott taught me while I was an undergrad at Nipissing University. For the full post and audio, click here.