The November 2017 issue of The Public Historian takes a look at deindustrialization, heritage, and representations of identity.
Camden County History Alliance selected by the NJHT forDiscover New Jersey History License Plate grant to develop a heritage tourism plan.
Last year I was lucky to be able to attend the opening of the ‘A Time For Change’ exhibit at […]
The New Jersey Historical Trust is seeking proposals from a consultant team to develop theme based content for a website to support heritage tourism development and promotion for the FIRST of six identified themes: New Jersey in Conflict.
When I heard about the annual Great River-to-River, Vine to Pine, Rain or Shine Walking Tour of Philadelphia I knew I had to skip a day of schoolwork to go. Even though my feet still hurt days later, it was definitely worth a twelve-hour urban trek for the chance to see several experienced guides in action, to learn about innumerable city sites, to run through a range of small but fascinating museums, and even to listen to costumed interpreters portraying key historical figures including founder William Penn, patriot Dr. Benjamin Rush, and political martyr Octavius Catto.
Like World War I and the Korean War, the War of 1812 is sometimes termed a ‘forgotten war.’ At the […]
Up to now, the major theme surrounding my blogs has been to emphasize the interconnectedness between environmental protection and historic […]
Last month I pondered the inequity between the support art organizations receive as compared to public history ones. I hope […]