Bite-Size Lynnformation: Episode 1
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Bite-Size Lynnformation: Episode 1

By Dakota Carnes



History of a Chinese Foot Tub on display at the Lynn Museum in Lynn, Massachusetts. Part of the Lynn Historical Society Collection.
Tells the background of its previous owner, a wonderful woman by the name of Esther Hill Hawks.


To access the transcript of the episode, click here.


Historical Information Provided By:
Women’s History Blog
South Carolina Encyclopedia
Hilton Head Island
Lumen Learning
Explore Mitchelville


Sound Effects Provided By:


Music Provided By Free Music Archives (

In order of appearance:
Blue Dot Sessions – Warm Fingers
Lo Ka Ping – Teals Descending Upon the Level Sand
Blue Dot Sessions – Warm Fingers (repeated 3x)
Love, Love, Love – Ryan Andersen








About Dakota:

As a senior at Salem State University, I am eager to start my career come May of 2021. I am a double major in Public History and English, and I am working as an intern for Lynn Museum to help me open up opportunities and narrow down my likes and dislikes. Currently, I am working a podcast for the museum that details both specific objects on display as well as the stories that got them there. I’m excited to see where this opportunity takes me!