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100 Awesome Blogs for History Junkies

100 Awesome Blogs for History Junkies
Posted on Wednesday September 10, 2008 by Staff Writers By Britney Wilkins If you’re a history junkie, you surely know by now that the Internet is a great tool for finding information. But did you know that blogs are some of the most useful resources out there? Here you’ll find blogs about periods in history, genealogy, war, and lots more. Periods Read about specific periods, like the Victorian era and the American Revolution on these history blogs. Cardinal Wolsey’s Today in History : Read Cardinal Wolsey’s blog for thoughts on Tudor, medieval, and early-modern history. Art These blogs highlight the history of fine art. Dracula vs. War Read these blogs if you’re interested in the Civil War, soldiers, and World Wars. Civil War History : Read Civil War History to learn about the Civil War, as well as new developments in Civil War history. Day in History These blogs offer a daily look at historical events and people. Religion Read about historical churches and church history in these blogs. Genealogy

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