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Rosemary Sadlier on Black History Month
Teaching history through song
Using Oral History in Education
Talking with high school teacher Larry Smith.
A dark little secret not fit for the practical ...
Digitizing historical maps at the UofManitoba.
Shelagh Shaunton follows her family history.
Dr. Steven High documents oral history.
Job hunting in the public history sector.
Dr. Erika Dyck on the history of sterilization.
Students conduct research and participate in a simulation to learn about Canada's early immigrants.
Students complete six activities to help them better understand their community and its history.
A neat web tool that allows students to compare the old with the new using their own family photos.
An invaluable collection of memoirs and diaries from Canadian immigrants who survived the Holocaust.
Currently working as a heritage planner, Kayla first fell into the heritage field, and then fell in love with it.
Jean-Pierre Morin is a historian working to bring history to the forefront of our conversations.
Dalhousie University and Nova Scotia Museum team up to make historical objects more accessible.
Learn about the National Council on Public History Conference that is taking place April 17-20th in Ottawa.
May 15, 2013
The Globe and Mail: Canadian mine yields world’s oldest free-flowing water: new research
May 15, 2013
CBC News: Sandwich post office condition ‘shocks’ MP Masse
May 14, 2013
Nanaimo Daily News: Historic dams will be torn out and rebuilt
May 22, 2013
Labor Lyceum Plaque Presentation
May 23, 2013
Who Fed Vancouver? The Hidden History of the Chinese Canadian Food Industry.
May 25, 2013
Doors Open Toronto
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