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Conference

With less than a month away from the OHA Conference, we hope you’ve had a chance to register to attend! Visit oralhistory.org/annual-meeting for more details. See you in Long Beach!

Oral History

DO YOU WANT TO GUEST POST?

Do you like to write about history? Want to have us feature a guest article from you on our new website The Historical Diaries ? We have always encouraged and loved having guest writers on our blog. 12 more words

American History

CHECK OUT THE NEW HISTORICAL DIARIES

Hello everybody! So happy news from The Historical Diaries. We are now on our own domain website.  This is very exciting! The new website is all redone and improved! 25 more words

American History

Face-based History

I am a longtime admirer of Simon Schama, as both historian and art historian, presenter and public intellectual. For me, his study of the Dutch Golden Age, The Embarrassment of Riches: An interpretation of Dutch culture in the Golden Age (1987) is a classic of cultural history, illustrating a masterful engagement of textual and material sources, almost Burckhardtian in its scope. 771 more words

History

THE HISTORICAL DIARIES HAS MOVED!

Hello everybody! So happy news from The Historical Diaries. We are now on our own domain website.  This is very exciting! The new website is all redone and improved! 25 more words

American History

George Washington’s (White Freemason, Race Traitor) family tree is biracial after historians prove that his adopted son fathered children with slaves

ARLINGTON, Va. — George Washington’s adopted son was a bit of a ne’er-do-well by most accounts, including those of Washington himself, who wrote about his frustrations with the boy they called “Wash.” 1,054 more words

Daily News

Using "enslaved people" instead of "slaves"& those folks that yell about "political correctness"; New African American History Museum's intriguing cuisine; In defense of Broadway's Hamilton; Jimmy Stewart's Civil War

I am always interested in hearing about the frontline experiences of folks that work as public historians, and I have yet to find a better blog from one of them than that of Nick Sacco. 719 more words