Monthly Archives: June 2015

Weekly Round-Up, June 26, 2015

After a little summer break, we’re back to following history in the news. What has been on your summer reading list? 1. “Why a Woman on the $10 Bill Really Matters” – its official, a woman will replace Alexander Hamilton … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up, June 5, 2015

A few of things we’re reading this week. What’s been in your news feed? 1. Celebrating the 19th Amendment – there are many articles celebrating the passage of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed all U.S. citizens the right to vote regardless … Continue reading

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No More Pencils, No More Books…

Schools out for summer history friends!  We’ ll still post our weekly round-up during the break and offer occasional pieces on all things history but we’re planning on a slower “blog pace” over the summer months. But of course we still want to make … Continue reading

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