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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
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/
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/
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...

https://www.historyandpolicy.org/