The Pennsylvania Historical Association is pleased to announce that an article appearing in the Spring 2017 issue of its journal, Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies has been awarded the 2017 Arline Custer Memorial Award from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). “'The High Price of Living': The Lives of Insolvent Laborers in Jacksonian-Era Cumberland County," by Dr. Michael B.
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Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies proudly announces that both editions of its two-part special theme of “Pennsylvania and the Great War” are now available. The issues, Summer (84.3) and Fall (84.4) are guest edited by Dr. Barbara Gannon of the University of Central Florida. Contents cover a wide array of topics relating to how Pennsylvanians dealt with World War I, at home and abroad. Also featured are color images of artifacts and documents from museums around the Commonwealth.
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Currently, about ten percent of students in the United States attend private schools, the majority of which are run by religious institutions. While they likely don’t know his name, many of these students owe their ability to go to these schools to William Bentley Ball.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers University-Camden invited you to join us for the final historic preservation workshop of the semester, Saturday, November 11.
Space is limited, so register now!