Edna Gabler has more than thirty years experience as a writer, editor, and researcher. Her research interests include the American Revolution and early founding of the country. In 2014, she authored a chapter on the American Revolution in Eastchester, New York, for Eastchester’s 350th anniversary book. She structures domestic and international travel around this interest, including mapping out walking tours of where Franklin, Jefferson, and Adams lived, worked, and entertained in Paris. Currently, she is a member of “Revolutionary Westchester 250,” a committee planning publications and events for the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution and Westchester, New York’s, pivotal role in it.