History Revealed: Ruth Cutler
March 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Ramsey County Historical Society Presents
Johannes Allert, “I’m as Restless as a Lion” – The Life of St. Paulite, Ruth Cutler
History Revealed Series
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Free and open to all. No reservations needed.
Join RCHS for History Revealed, our program series featuring presentations and tours from the best of local historians, authors and archaeologists, with a wide range of topics drawn from the heritage and traditions of Ramsey County.
A resident of Summit Avenue, Ruth Cutler was a multi-talented, educated woman of the upper class possessed with a desire to make her world a better place. Using the vast collection of journals and diaries on file at MHS, we see St. Paul and a world at war in transition through a young woman’s eyes
Johannes Allert holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato and a Master of Arts Degree from Norwich University – Military College of Vermont. His past work experience includes work in Social Service, Travel, and the Medical Device Industry. Currently, Mr. Allert works as an Adjunct Professor for Rogers State University, OK. Since 2011, Mr. Allert has participated in several Historical Conferences and has written peer reviewed pieces published in Air and Space Power (U.S. Air Force), Minnesota History, North Dakota History, and Ramsey County History. He has also appeared on local public and cable television programs and has made several public speaking appearances at the various county historical societies and special interest groups across Minnesota. In 2018 and 2019 Mr. Allert received honorariums from the Ramsey County Historical Society for his articles entitled Dr. Nellie – A Minnesota Physician’s Experience in the Great War and I’m As Restless As A Lion – The Life of St. Paulite, Ruth Cutler. Johannes has worked with Ms. Cathy Wurzer, co-host of TPT’s Almanac and occasionally appeared on the show’s “Hidden History” segment. He his among others collaborating with Ms. Wurzer on one of her many current projects entitled “Stories Beneath the Stones”. Highlighting the state’s many unique cemeteries. Mr. Allert received Norwich University’s 2019 “Distinguished Graduate School Alumni” award. Mr. Allert was also recognized this year as part of QCTV (Quad City’s T.V.) collaborative project, including AM Post 102, focusing on the history of Ft. Snelling National Cemetery.
Featured photo courtesy of Vassar College Archives.
2020 History Revealed Programs