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Women’s Suffrage Exhibit to Open at New York State Museum

Votes for Women: Celebrating New York’s Suffrage Centennial will open with a reception on November 4th and remain on view until May, 2018.

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Lincoln Scholar Harold Holzer to Deliver Keynote Address at Gettysburg Rededication

Holzer, whose latest book won the 2015 Lincoln Award, will deliver the address on November 19, 2017 to mark the 154th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.

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2017 Greater Hudson Heritage Awards of Excellence Winners Announced

The awards are granted in recognition of exceptional interpretation and preservation of the historical, material culture, and diversity of the Hudson Valley area of New York.

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Vietnam War on display at New York Historical Society

The exhibit uses photographs, documents, digital media, artifacts, and other resources to tell the story of the controversial military operation on both the war front and the home front. 

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Call for Papers: Vernacular Architecture Forum’s 2018 Conference

Papers may address vernacular and everyday buildings, sites, and landscapes worldwide.

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Call for Papers: Emerging Scholars Conference at Winterthur Museum

Papers should address the production and use of hazardous material culture.

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History@Work Seeks Public History Blog Posts

History@Work is seeking blog posts from the public history community about the impact of federal leadership on vulnerable populations and institutions.

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