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AASLH Announces Leadership in History Award Winners

Fourteen individuals and organizations from the mid-Atlantic region have been named as recipients of the American Association of Local and State History’s Leadership in History Awards.

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AHA Awards 2014 Research Grants

From the American Historical Association:

The American Historical Association has announced the winners of the Bernadotte Schmitt Grant, Albert J. Beveridge Grant, Michael Kraus Research Grant, and Littleton-Griswold Grant. The grantees will be recognized at the annual meeting in January 2015.

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Wendy Bellion receives Charles C. Eldredge Prize

From the Smithsonian American Art Museum: Congratulations to Wendy Bellion, who has received the 2014 Charles C. Eldredge Prize from the Smithsonian American Art Museum.  The Eldredge Prize recognizes outstanding scholarship in the field of American art and is accompanied

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New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance Seeks Award Nominations

From the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance: Every year, the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance presents awards to individuals who contribute to the understanding of New Jersey Studies.  Awards are given to authors of recent New Jersey books, an outstanding teacher, librarian,

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OHA 2013 Award Winners

From H-Oralhist: The Oral History Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 OHA Awards.  Winners will be honored at the 2013 OHA Annual Meeting, to be held from October 9-13, 2013 at the Skirvin Hotel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. For more

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Preservation Pennsylvania 2013 Historic Preservation Awards

From Preservation Pennsylvania: Preservation Pennsylvania announced the recipients of its 2013 Historic Preservation Awards.  The awards are presented to individuals and organizations in recognition of significant contributions to the field of historic preservation. A. Roy Smith, F. Otto Haas Award

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Submit Nominations for the 2013 John Cotton Dana Award

From NJAM: Members of the New Jersey Association of Museums are invited to submit nominations for the 2013 John Cotton Dana Ward to be presented Monday, June 10, 2013.  The John Cotton Dana award honors professionals who have made significant

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AASLH Seeks Nominations for Leadership in History Awards

From the American Association for State and Local History: The AASLH is seeking nominations for its Leadership in History Awards given in recognition of superior and innovative achievements in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of state and local history.  AASLH

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Make Nominations Now For NJSAA Authors’ Awards

The New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance is now accepting nominations for its 2013 Authors’ Awards Program. The program began in 1994 to encourage and celebrate books about New Jersey.  Awards are considered in five non-fiction categories:  edited works, popular, scholarly, reference, and, reproduction of primary

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NJ Historical Commission 2012 Award Recipients

From the New Jersey Historical Commission: The New Jersey Historical Commission has announced its 2012 Award recipients.  NJHC honors individuals and organizations for their efforts to promote the state’s historical legacy.  The New Jersey Historical Commission will  present the awards

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