by Jared Levinson
The University of Scranton's History Department Chair, Dr. David Szurec discusses the ways students engage with local history through service-learning.
by Jonathan Montano
The Eastham Historical Society, a small institution on Cape Cod, discusses their archives and the importance of preserving local history.
SOURCE: Perspectives on History
by Acadia Roher
How the Arkansas People’s History Project utilizes public history and engagement.
SOURCE: Philadelphia Inquirer
The Historical Society cited operating deficits and a lack of financial stability as the reason for the layoffs.
SOURCE: Washington Post
For more than two decades, one small publisher far from New York has been quietly rescuing remnants of history from the flames of oblivion.
SOURCE: Chicago Tribune
Geoffrey Baer's 'Chicago Time Machine' takes deep-dish look at the past.
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