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View Resource APH: Association of Personal Historians Mailing List

The Association of Personal Historians is a group of writers, editors, oral historians, and videographers who assist people and groups in preserving lifestories. The APH list is a place to share information, ask questions, discuss problems and successes, and generally allow for professional contact in a personal, immediate, and friendly context. This list is open to anyone interested in preserving...

http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/archives/aph.html
View Resource History Detectives

Thinking about detectives in general makes most people's minds wander to thoughts of those rugged personages of television dramas or to the world of literature, with a lot of mucking about in dark alleyways or the sordid world of upper-crust intrigue and deception. PBS has elected to turn that perception on its head with its new program, History Detectives. This 10-part series is devoted to...

http://www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives/
View Resource Indiana Historical Society: Digital Images Collection

From the steel mills of Gary to the nooks and crannies of French Link, there’s a great deal to learn about in the Hoosier State. Compiling, archiving, and disseminating through all of it is the very fine Indiana Historical Society. Few self-respecting state historical societies are without a polished website these days, and Indiana’s provides over 17,000 digital images for the historically-minded...

https://indianahistory.org/explore/our-collections/
View Resource History & Policy

Some might wonder about the connection between history and contemporary policymaking. Well, the passionate and dedicated individuals at the History & Policy organization are committed to looking at the intersection of these two areas of inquiry and research. History & Policy is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge, The Institute of Historical Research, and The London School of...

http://www.historyandpolicy.org/