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As long time H-Pennsylvania list members can plainly see, we've undergone some changes, and there are more to come! But let's keep the conversation going and the information flowing. We still want all the CFP's, announcements, queries, and all other things Pennsylvanian that we loved on H-Pennsylvania.

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Recent Content

CFP: Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists & Quaker Studies Research Association Joint Conference

Call for Proposals
Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists &
Quaker Studies Research Association
Joint Conference
Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre
1046 Bristol Road
Birmingham, B29 6LJ
United Kingdom

June 24-26, 2016

Call for papers

The York County Heritage Trust, York, Pennsylvania is now accepting articles for the seventh edition of the Journal of York County History, to be published in the Fall of 2016. Originally created in 2010 to celebrate York County history, material culture, cultural heritage and people, articles of original scholarship are accepted. Preference will be given to those authors that utilize the York County Heritage Trust’s collections, either in full or in part. Photographs and/or other illustrative materials are encouraged but not required.

H-Pennsylvania Call for Editors

Dear H-Pennsylvania Subscribers,

The H-Pennsylvania Editors and Advisory Board are looking for one or two subscribers who are willing to join and assist in the maintenance and growth of the network. As it has been over a year since H-Pennsylvania moved to the Commons, we are looking for ways to grow the use and content of the network beyond simple discussion posts. This can include incorporating other forms of social media (e.g. Twitter, Facebook), adding regular blogs, and seeking to incorporate various public history and educational venues.