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Rutgers Libraries Receives Grant to Digitize Historical NJ Newspapers

The NJ Digital Newspaper Project is a collaboration of Rutgers University Libraries, the NJ State Archives and the NJ State Library.

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HSP Names New Interim President and CEO

The Board of Councilors of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania announced Dr. Charles T. Cullen as Interim President & CEO, which was effective August 1, 2016.

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Registration Open for 2016 NJ Forum

The New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) has announced that registration is now open for the 2016 New Jersey Forum, which will take place November 18 & 19 at the College of Saint Elizabeth in historic Morristown.

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Fort Nonsense Damage Repair Completed

Morristown National Historical Park (NHP) is pleased to announce that its Fort Nonsense area is now reopened, after being closed because of damage from a July thunderstorm, due to assistance from the Washington Association of New Jersey.

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Redevelopment Achieves Mixed Results at Historic Site in Bethlehem, PA

Bethlehem Steel 2016. Photograph courtesy of Howard Gillette.

Chloe Taft’s From Steel to Slots: Casino Capitalism in the Postindustrial City opens new avenues for evaluating the redevelopment of the massive steel manufacturing site in Bethlehem, PA following the plant’s shutdown in 1995. MARCH has invested time and resources in the effort to realize an historical interpretation of the site in the years leading up to the 2009 opening of the Sands Casino in that spot.

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NJS: An Interdisciplinary Journal Summer 2016 Issue

NJS showcases an engaging and diverse array of academic talks, reviews, articles and more and continues its legacy of promoting excellence in history scholarship.

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5th Annual Day of Archaeology Festival

The DC Historic Preservation Office (DC HPO) will sponsor its 5th Annual Day of Archaeology Festival on Saturday, July 16 at the Dumbarton House in Georgetown.

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