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A Daring Woman

I’ve been working on a longer project on Lady Deborah Moody (1586-1659?), another one of the transatlantic travelers of the seventeenth century who fascinate me perpetually. 428 more words

History

Honoring the Dead, Anchoring the Living: The Unexpected Histories of African American Funeral Homes in Tennessee

By Brad Miller, CHP Graduate Research Assistant

While I was searching for a thesis topic that combined my interests in African American history and the built environment, Dr. 1,130 more words

ROM: A Museum Addition with Much To Say

Institutions grow out of their historic buildings as their functions and purposes change and time progresses. They will need new space. Architects design the latest trends, looking to make a mark on the world. 1,037 more words

Historic Preservation

219th ANIVERSARY of the BIRTH of COLONEL RANDOLPH MITCHELL

To learn more about our ongoing research and restoration efforts please join us Saturday July 11th at 5700 Rushcreek Rd NW Somerset, Ohio to celebrate Colonel Randolph Mitchell’s 219th birthday! 59 more words

Historic Archaeology

The Heartbreak of History

About five years ago, I got involved in the preservation effort for the Art Barn at Utah State University. The Art Barn dates to 1919, when it was built as a horse barn to serve the campus (then the Agricultural College of Utah, the state’s land grant college). 590 more words

Historic Preservation

New Frontiers and Friends!

Bonding!

Just yesterday I was driving around in Acadia Nat’l Park in Maine with Sasha ( @sbachier, right ), Ashley ( @ambraquet, center ) and Margie, never having been to Maine let alone the park. 806 more words

OCLP

Historic Cabin Brought Back to Life

The Arciform team was thrilled to celebrate the completed reconstruction of the Pioneer Mothers Cabin with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony Sunday March 17th. The event marked the end of years of planning, fundraising and worry for the members of the… 386 more words

Historic Preservation