Public History News
Mount Clare Mansion, Carroll Park, Baltimore, Maryland. One of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Baltimore.
As part of our crusade to bring the most interesting public history programming to the classrooms of Stevenson University, the Stevenson History Department presents our Spring 2016 "Cool Courses."...Click here to read more.
Loy's Station Covered Bridge (above)
On Saturday, October 10th, select Stevenson University faculty and students toured the Frederick-Thurmont of Maryland in order to study timber framing techniques from the 18th and 19th centuries....Click here to read more.
Living Historians Interpreting the 101st Division (Airborne) in WWII
Sandwiching WWII and the Civil War into a single day, a contingent of Stevenson public historians visited Gettysburg on September 19, 2015. Opportunities to speak with WWII veterans are becoming increasing rare, and, therefore, when given the opportunity to do just that, Stevenson PHIST majors, history minors, and faculty journied up to Gettysburg....Click here to read more.
Broad Axe Used for Hewing Logs into Timbers
The Stevenson Public History Program undertook one of its best field trips in recent memory as it took to the roads to visit the Carroll County Farm Museum. On Saturday September 12th, a handful of intrepid PHIST majors and faculty members drove out to see Steam Day at the Carroll County Farm Museum....Click here to read more.
Faculty and students alike--especially our students-- are overjoyed to welcome Professor Jamie Goodall to Stevenson's Department of Public History....Click here to read more.
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