Dr. Sean T. Moore


PhD: University of Connecticut at Storrs, CT, May 2003. Field of study: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century U.S. Social History                                                                              

Dissertation Title: Violence, Gender, and the Law in New York State, 1790-1860

M.A., State University of New York, Albany, NY, August 1995. Field of Study: U.S. Social History.  Thesis Title:  National Prohibition in Northern New York

B.A., State University of  New York, Plattsburgh, NY, May 1994. Major: History



President, MyHistoryMatters, Inc.  2011-Present

Adjunct Professor, Department of History, State University of New York at Plattsburgh, NY; August 2003-August 2009.

Director LBL Research 1992-2011   LBL Research officially ended operation as a history research business with the decision to offer a wider array of services and to establish a distinct presence on the internet.  With this reorganization and expansion of our  services we launched a new company MyHistoryMatters, Inc. to reflect these chaneges.


Violence, Gender, and the Law in New York State, 1790-1860.

"The New York State Police and National Prohibition." In Conflict and Accommodation in North Country Communities, 1850-1930, Susan M. Ouellette, editor. University Press of America, 2005.

"Prohibition in New York State." Encyclopedia of New York State, edited by Peter Eisenstadt and Laura Eve Moss, Syracuse University Press, 2005.

"Justifiable Provocation: Violence Against Women in Essex County, New York; 1799-1860." Journal of Social History, 35, (2002),889-918.

“National Prohibition in Northern New York.” New York History, 77, (1996), 177-206