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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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NJ Humanities Jul 10
Asking for help NJCH tweeps! We've got 969 followers-let's get to 1,000. We provide humanities resource info in NJ all the time-can you help us grow with a retweet? Looking to some scholars in the twittersphere here
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MARCH Director Jul 10
Don't forget about our workshops and classes in historic preservation, now open for registration. 10 and 5 week classes available and no experience required.
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PA Museums Jul 2
Editorial - Not a good look, Philly. We can't allow our own history museum to close via
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Donald D Groff Jun 28
the doors are closing at Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, a dark & critical moment in its own history. museum's story expertly told at this link:
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label me mabel, phd Jun 27
The Philadelphia History Museum is officially closing ( via ). Coincidentally I was writing a brief history of the museum as the news was breaking. Published now . ()
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amy osterhout Jun 27
hi everyone! please go follow for info about professional services that offers. I've been so lucky to be given the opportunity, alongside other history students, to merge my academic and professional careers under MARCH's wing. ✨
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Backgrounders Jun 27
Many of the items featured on our Artifacts web page are from the Philadelphia History Museum's collection. These items, like this painted fire hat, encapsulate small but significant histories that the museum strived to preserve.
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Backgrounders Jun 27
After 77 years, the Philadelphia History Museum will be closing its doors to the public due to partnership talks with TempleU falling through. The museum was a valuable place for visitors to connect with artifacts &local history. It will be greatly missed.
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MARCH Professional Services Jun 6
MPS offers historical consulting services to non-profit/community organizations across greater PHL. Our historians & professionals are available for research & preservation projects, educational programming, digital engagement & more. Reach us: MarchProfessionalServices@gmail.com
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MARCH Director May 29
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Nicole Belolan is joining MARCH as our new Public Historian in Residence, effective August 31, 2018. Dr. Belolan will also become the Co-Editor of The Public Historian.
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Rutgers–Camden May 15
🔴⚫ Meet the Class of 2018 ⚫🔴 "It's amazing to walk down Cooper Street and know about a woman who lived in a house in the 19th century. I could see the work that I was doing; it was tangible." Rachel Craft, M.A. in public history,
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Mikaela Maria Apr 27
Super cool stuff happening at as always. We'll never know everything about Cooper Street Historic District, but man are we trying!
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MARCH Director Apr 9
Tomorrow 4/10 is the deadline for our open position as public historian in residence. This is a full-time staff position at our Rutgers-Camden headquarters.
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NCPH Mar 30
We're looking for a new Co-Editor of The Public Historian/ NCPH Digital Media Editor! This person will be Public Historian in Residence See the full description at
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MARCH Director Mar 27
We have some more free webinar viewings coming up in April. Hope to see you there!
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MARCH Director Mar 27
Thank you for supporting MARCH and on Rutgers Giving Day! Your generous contributions will be used to employ the students who help to make digital publication of The Encyclopedia possible.
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StephanieFrieda Mar 22
Psst... folks, apply for this job and spend your time plotting cool projects and content for , , and !
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Backgrounders Mar 22
this is Brrrnard. He enjoys bird watching and reading. His favorite website is —theres so much to learn about his new home! Brrrnard was only born yesterday, so he’s excited that has been extended until 9PM tonight!
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Rutgers–Camden Mar 22
Rutgers Giving Day just got bigger! Due to the storm, is extended until 9pm tonight. Think bigger for your favorite cause by making a gift & participating in social media challenges today:
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NCPH Mar 22
We're looking for a new Co-Editor of The Public Historian/ NCPH Digital Media Editor! This person will be Public Historian in Residence See the full description at
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