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News In Memoriam Lynn H. Nelson (1931-2012), the creator of CARRIE and the WWW-VL History Central catalogue: Remembering Lynn H.Nelson, Pioneer Digital Historian
Volume 43, Issue 1 Editor / Rédactrice en chef Priscilla Walton, English, Carleton University Associate Editors / Rédacteurs associés Sherrill Grace, English, University of British Columbia Yuko Matsukawa, English, SUNY Brockport Bruce Tucker, History, University of Windsor Michael Zeitlin, English, University of British Columbia
American History Touring the Erie Canal Gene Santoro | Published: March 26, 2013 at 1:13 pm The Erie Canal Historical Corridor offers visitors a wealth of historic sites, beautiful scenery, unique shops and excellent restaurants. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Noble Experiment William Kashatus | Published: February 19, 2013 at 6:25 pm
The American Historical Review ( AHR ) is the official publication of the American Historical Association (AHA). The AHA was founded in 1884 and chartered by Congress in 1889 to serve the interests of the entire discipline of history. Aligning with the AHA's mission, the AHR has been the journal of record for the historical profession in the United States since 1895—the only journal that brings together scholarship from every major field of historical study. The AHR is unparalleled in its efforts to choose articles that are new in content and interpretation and that make a contribution to historical knowledge.
Introduction Maria Yelenevskaya and Larisa Fialkova Goran Janev Narrating the Nation, Narrating the City Tiiu Jaago One Area, Several Cultural Spaces: Comparative Analysis of Stories as the Bases of Local Identity Ekaterina Protassova and Anu Reponen Understanding Urban Spaces: How Speakers of Russian Talk about Helsinki Orna Blumen and Shay Tzafrir Sentenced to Commute: Indigenous Young Women at a City University
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In August, 2012, we added 305 rescanned pages to American Missionary, American Whig Review, Atlantic Monthly and Bay State Monthly. Get a print copy of our MOA Monographs! The Cornell University Library Making of America collection is open to the general public, in accordance with the terms set forth in the Guidelines for Using Public Domain Text, Images, Audio and Video Reproduced from Cornell Digital Library Collections.
Welcome to the official site of the Michigan Journal of History . The Michigan Journal of History (MJH) is a biannual publication, which seeks to publish original historically themed research papers written by undergraduate students from across the United States. Founded in 2001, the Journal is staffed by a group of dedicated undergraduates from the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor with a passion for history. Each academic semester, MJH publishes the top submissions in an online format. Submissions from previous semesters may be found in the Journal’s archives.
More » Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies Samuel L. "Sam" Becker died on Thursday, November 8, 2012, at the age of 89.
Dickens, Charles Chapter 1 I SHALL never forget the one-fourth serious and three-fourths comical astonishment with which, on the morning of the third of January, eighteen-hundred-and-forty-two, I opened the door of, and put my head into, a "state-room" on board the Britannia steam-packet, twelve hundred tons burden per register, bound for Halifax and Boston, and carrying her Majesty's mails. That this state-room had been specially engaged for "Charles Dickens, Esquire, and Lady, "was rendered sufficiently clear even to my scared intellect by a very small manuscript, announcing the fact, which was pinned on a very flat quilt, covering a very thin mattress, spread like a surgical plaster on a most inaccessible shelf.
The Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Library of Congress Search by Keyword | Browse the Collection The complete George Washington Papers collection from the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress consists of approximately 65,000 documents. This is the largest collection of original Washington documents in the world. Document types in the collection as a whole include correspondence, letterbooks, commonplace books, diaries, journals, financial account books, military records, reports, and notes accumulated by Washington from 1741 through 1799.
"Human reason is by nature architectonic." (--Kant, CPR, p.B502) The map below is your guide to the World Wide Web's most organized and comprehensive listing of resources on Kant--that is, until someone copies it and adds an additional link or two! That, of course, is the nature of the WWW. Just remember: you saw it here first! Indeed, many of the texts and tools listed on these pages first appeared (and still have their primary home) on this web site.