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Adam Costanzo
Just your average New England raised, California educated, atheist, vegetarian teaching the young people of Texas all about American History.
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Adam Costanzo Nov 22
Hey I’m hoping to put together a panel proposal for that will explore issues of space and place-making in the Early Republic. DM me if you are interested in adding a paper, chairing, commenting, or if you know someone who might be.
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Adam Costanzo 31 Jan 19
Thanks for the question. For DC, that's definitely the case. He's the designer for the city rather than for particular buildings. He's described as an architect all the time because that was his vocation before and after designing the city.
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Adam Costanzo 27 Jan 19
Exploring these books on Amazon made me wonder if I should have asked to let me name my book Killing George Washington's Washington: The true story of the hidden history behind the secret history of spies, sex, crime & murder in the nation's capital
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Adam Costanzo 27 Jan 19
📕📗📘📙📕📗📘📙 PSA for : There's a sale going on for Kindle History books! There's a lot from the"true crime," "true story," "hidden history," and "secret history" genres here. But you'll also find some work from actual historians!
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Adam Costanzo 25 Jan 19
Though now part of the NE Corridor, I think DC still works well as a place apart from the other regions & their concerns. It is still mostly dedicated to governance related industries. You can't say that Wall St., Hollywood, or the Corn Lobby have any local advantage.
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Adam Costanzo 25 Jan 19
This issue of the AAG Review includes a review of my book 'George Washington's Washington.' Geographers headed to DC in April for , please consider picking up a copy to get a feel for the early development of the capital.
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Adam Costanzo 25 Jan 19
A review of 'George Washington's Washington' appeared in the American Association of Geographers Review of Books. (sub req) Great to see covering the work of historians who study space and place.
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Adam Costanzo 24 Jan 19
Delightfully obscure history humor!!!! OK , let's all try to get Panic of 1796-97 trending on twitter today. How hard could it be?
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Adam Costanzo 24 Jan 19
Followup to 's giveaway of a copy of "George Washingon's Washington" I've got a copy for the producer of the best autotuned dance remix of and I talking about it.
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Adam Costanzo 24 Jan 19
🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️ Oooh. Oooh. Oooh. I know this one. Call on me! Call on me!
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Adam Costanzo 24 Jan 19
Free Book! If you haven't listened to the latest podcast featuring my book, you've got just enough time to stream it right now before the account tweets a trivia question at noon (E) about it. Winner gets copy!
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Ben Franklin's World 23 Jan 19
Have you listened to this week’s episode of ? We will tweet a trivia question from the episode tomorrow at 12 pm Eastern - be the first to answer correctly and receive ’s “George Washington’s Washington”!
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Adam Costanzo 22 Jan 19
Time to let the afternoon twitter crowd know that the new podcast featuring my talk with about George Washington's Washington dropped last night! Charge your headphones!
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Adam Costanzo 22 Jan 19
Just listened to the new podcast featuring my talk with about George Washington's Washington. It was a wonderful experience! Thanks very much for the opportunity Liz.
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Ben Franklin's World 22 Jan 19
In 1790, Congress mandated that a new, permanent capital would be situated on the banks of the Potomac River. Why? shares the early history of Washington, D.C. in this NEW episode of
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Adam Costanzo 21 Jan 19
It's full on media blitz! Hot on the heels of my BookTV debut , The episode of 's wonderful Ben Franklin's World podcast featuring George Washington's Washington, will drop tomorrow (Jan 22nd).
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Adam Costanzo 15 Jan 19
I got to do an interview with about George Washington's Washington at the National Press Club's Book Fair.
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Adam Costanzo 2 Nov 18
Just did an interview with CSPAN BookTV about George Washington’s Washington (). So I'll just go ahead and cross that off my bucket list!
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Adam Costanzo 2 Nov 18
The view from my table at the National Press Club's Book Fair and Author's Night is of Ralph Nader's table!
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Adam Costanzo 2 Nov 18
National Press Club's Book Fair and Author's Night is about to begin. Those of you in the West Virginia DC Burbs should start driving in now! My table is all set.
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