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Recent Content

Bloom on Kitch, Pennsylvania in Public Memory: Reclaiming the Industrial Past

Carolyn L. Kitch. Pennsylvania in Public Memory: Reclaiming the Industrial Past. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012. xi + 260 pp. $59.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-271-05219-9; ISBN 978-0-271-05220-5.

Reviewed by John Bloom (Shippensburg University)
Published on H-Pennsylvania (August, 2014)
Commissioned by Allen J. Dieterich-Ward

The Politics of Public History: Carolyn Kitch Reflects upon the Popular Memory of Pennsylvania's Industrial Past

Author: 
Carolyn L. Kitch
Reviewer: 
John Bloom

Bloom on Kitch, 'Pennsylvania in Public Memory: Reclaiming the Industrial Past'

Carolyn L. Kitch. Pennsylvania in Public Memory: Reclaiming the Industrial Past. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012. xi + 260 pp. $59.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-271-05219-9; ISBN 978-0-271-05220-5.

Reviewed by John Bloom (Shippensburg University) Published on H-Pennsylvania (August, 2014) Commissioned by Allen J. Dieterich-Ward

CFP: Washington Area Early American Seminar 2014-2015

The Washington Area Early American Seminar, hosted by the University of Maryland, College Park, invites proposals from scholars wishing to present work in progress in the next academic year.

The seminar meets on Fridays three times per semester (Sep 19, Oct 24, Nov 21, Feb 6, Mar 13, Apr 17) and our re

Re: Blog on State Archives and Repositories

Good morning,

I would be interested in contributing a piece about the Shippensburg University Archives to the blog on state archives and repositories. Please contact me with more information.

Thank you,

Christy Fic, MLIS
University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian
Ezra Lehman Memorial Library
Shippensburg University
cmfic@ship.edu

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