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rachcottle Jun 22
An interesting and important mix of topics today at the Association of Eastern Historical Societies’ Conference held in Ringwood. So interesting, I couldn’t keep up with tweets!
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PBIS Humanities 2h
Y9 looking at a bit of learning more about what happened to a small Czech village after the assassination of Heydrich
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The History Press 59m
Are you a fan of ? we have an account dedicated to it? Check out for the latest releases about the of your home county!
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Old Yorkshire Maps 2h
OYM is proud to announce the launch of its 1908 Bradford Special Edition map. Wander through the streets of Old - Exchange Station, Royal Theatre, Town Hall Sq. Visit our website for details
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The Coast 2h
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Pam Smith 2h
Replying to @familyhistorysh
Agree. groups and hold community archives and records of oral testimony.
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The Keep 2h
Huge thanks to Chris Horlock for a wonderfully evocative talk about Lost Brighton last night - thought-provoking and entertaining in equal measure. Thanks also to our fantastic audience!
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Chertsey Museum 5h
- a Fowler-built Egham Council Traction Engine in trouble by Tice's ironmonger's shop at the bottom of Egham Hill, 28th June, 1895
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Kyle B Roberts Jun 25
Excited to learn about Malden’s contribution to the lead-up to the American Revolution ⁦⁩ tonight. Dora St Martin introduces Linda Thorsen speaking on “The Malden Instructions in Historical Context”.
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Jessica Thelen (JT) 13h
Today’s finds: WWII ration books and ration stamps, a glass plate negative of a church in PA, a postage scale, a fancy red circular fan, newspaper comics of local DE sports stars (high school, college, and pro) from post WWII.
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NPT Libraries 2h
Local history talk at Cefn Coed Colliery Museum The History of our local canals by Mike Jones 🗓 Saturday 13th July ⏰ 10.00am Please contact the museum for more information 01639 750556/colliery@npt.gov.uk
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katie 💫 Jun 24
I've been reading about the Hawkhurst Gang, a band of smugglers who operated out of East Sussex. A town we travel through to get to my parent's house was the sight of a battle between them and a group of locals who decided to fight back.
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Dulwich Local History 3h
'Dulwich: the little backwater that has laughed at the centuries' film from 1940. h/t
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Scoil Mhuire Abbeyleix Jun 25
6th Class visited the church on the grounds of the DeVesci estate this week. Many thanks to Tom for the tour & the warm welcome.
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Hedon Primary School 3h
Thursday Throwback! On this day in 1932 four children were excluded for vermin (headlice)!
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Conservation Society Jun 25
On this day in 1871, the cornerstone of the present Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church parish was blessed by Bishop Duburs.
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Chasing Dead People Jun 25
Hey folks. What's your favorite source for period clothing? This girl is about to get her training on for an 1850s Ohio pioneer cabin and could use a dress. Purchase or pattern? I'm able to sew it and open to that, too.
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WSUHumanitiesClinic Jun 25
Did you know... that WSU has four unique buildings designed by Minoru Yamasaki, the same architect who designed the original World Trade Center. He earned national acclaim earlier for his work on the McGregor Memorial Conference Center, shown here.
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Redland Library Events 46m
Do you want to join a project in ? Email FriendsOfRedlandLibrary@gmail.com
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LadyTaari 🇧🇻 Jun 20
I wish i could travel back in time ♡
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