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Stevenson Public History ran in support of empowering women and eliminating racism at a Gettysburg 5K on June 17th. ...Click here to read more.

An aerial view of Fells Point's "Recreation Pier" from 1922- later made famous in the 1990s television program Homicide--Life on the Street.

Baltimore Harbor's changing historical landscape is the theme of the Stevenson University Public History Program's latest experiential learning project....Click here to read more.

In early May, Stevenson's PHIST Program celebrated the end of the semester at our local Owings Mills Red Robin....Click here to read more.

Public historians have always been known as the fun historians in a group, so it should be no surprise that our majors thoroughly enjoyed their horseback tour of Gettysburg National Battlefield....Click here to read more.

On Sunday April 30th, an intrepid band of Stevenson Public History representatives journeyed back in time to the 18th century when they attended Fort Frederick's Market Fair....Click here to read more.

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