NARAtions: The Blog (and Wiki) of the United States National Archives
New History Blog – Boatswains and Bacteremia
I am adding NARAtions to my blogroll along with other sites that help me with my research. I’m sure this won’t be news to many of you but NARAtions is, as my article title suggests, the U.S. National Archives blog. The stated purpose… We began this blog because we are hoping to talk with you […]
History Blog "Cliopatria Award" Nominations Due by 11/30!
I’m always pleased to see a new voice enter the “history” blogosphere. Jared Wasser has opened up shop over at Boatswains and Bacteremia and as a maritime history geek myself, I couldn’t be more thrilled. What Jared brings that is unique is a combination of maritime history with the history of medicine. He’s a medical […]
New Blogroll Adds to WigWags
OK history buffs… George Mason University’s History News Network does its bit to encourage history bloggers with its annual Cliopatria Awards, but it needs nominations from readers like you. Intended to “recognize the best history writing in the blogosphere,” nominated history blogs will be considered for six award categories: Best Group Blog Best Individual Blog […]
I’m pleased to add two sites to my blogroll. First The Tipsy Historian which you can access here. I’ve enjoyed reading it for the first time today, particularly the post on the Lost Cause Mythology. And secondly, a fellow student blog called History Rhymes here which is blogged by Alex Seifert, a history student at […]
Blogroll Addition – Alex Rose's "The History Man"
I am making a couple of blogroll updates, both fellow WordPress bloggers… First, John Maass is closing shop which is sad but understandable. John – hope you’ll continue to stay in touch. I really enjoyed your blog. And best of luck in future endeavors. I plan to keep his link on my blogroll because there […]
I’m pleased to add the new blog of author and historian Alex Rose to my blogroll. Titled “The History Man” (see link here), it appears to be a promising addition to Alex’s website at http://www.alexrose.com and to the history blogosphere. Alex is a fellow wordpress.com blogger so nearer my virtual neighborhood (good choice). Alex is author of Washington’s […]