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Charlene Mires
Explorer of history and American cities, writer of books. Latest quest: The search for the Capital of the World. (Could it be your home town?)
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Nicole Belolan May 9
Then sign up for the 🧹 LAST SPOT 🧹 in our Cleaning Historic Interiors On a Budget for Beginners (only $30), May 10 and 17, in Flemington, NJ.
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Charlene Mires May 5
Thanks to our intrepid walkers today!
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MARCH Director Apr 30
Join this Sunday for "Camden: From Countryside to City," a walking tour of historic Cooper Street! Tour starts at 12PM at Roosevelt Park. More info here:
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Rebecca Ortenberg Apr 22
TOMORROW at I'm teaming up with & for a convo about the Sanctuary Movement's history and current immigration issues. If that sounds like your jam, you should register!
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MARCH Director Apr 16
Replying to @RUCamdenArtsSci
Not sure where to begin? Sign-up for our 2-day workshop on cleaning historic interiors on a budget!
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Rebecca Ortenberg Apr 12
Pssst I’m running an amazing program on April 23rd about this very topic with and you should register at !
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Charlene Mires Apr 6
Before you go, hit us up for some free teaching tips! Booth 516
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Charlene Mires Apr 6
PA/NJ historians at stop by Booth 516 during the lunch break and find out how you can score a peer-reviewed publication this summer. Share your work with the world!
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Charlene Mires Apr 6
Any authors/eds of Encyclopedia of Greater Phila in the house, come by Booth 516 for your badges of honor. (OK, stickers, but wear them with pride!)
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amy r osterhout Apr 4
hello ! excited to be here all weekend with /. Come say hi at Booth 516!
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Rebecca Ortenberg Apr 2
“When you save a site, you are not just saving a building. You are enriching human beings.” Ooooof. What a good talk. I’m so glad that Dr LaRoche kicked off our program series!
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Rebecca Ortenberg Apr 2
Replying to @MARCHRUCamden
Highlights from the pre-lecture pop up exhibits, featuring artifacts from the Lawnside Historical Society, Camden County Historical Society, and Dr James Still Historic Site.
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Nicole Belolan Mar 27
While I'm @ , My colleagues are raising $ for the always useful Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia! I just donated $30, which will pay for fact-checking 1 essay. Consider contributing!
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MARCH Director Mar 27
We're about half-way through , and MARCH is at the top of leaderboards! Thank you for all your support and continued momentum today--let's keep it going!
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Mikaela Maria Mar 27
On I'm advocating for Even with a grad. degree, finding humanities work can be hard. 😅 MARCH supports student employees & gives them the skills they need to build a resume & do great work. I ❤️ MARCH! Donate:
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Scott Mar 27
Today is and I’m supporting ! The value of studying and understanding our past becomes more critical every day, so if you can, please donate to support the next generation of historians.
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Charlene Mires Mar 27
Aw, thank you, Rachel!
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MARCH Director Mar 27
Happy , lovers! Please consider donating to MARCH to help us grow . Your donation will help keep the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia staffed with the next generation of historians!
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Rutgers Alumni Mar 27
Join the movement! Support continuing education opportunities like those offered by on .
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amy r osterhout Mar 27
happy y’all!! Please consider donating to ! Any donation is a tremendous help towards growing and educating, employing, and energizing the next generation of historians!
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