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Hampton National Historic Site: A Jewel in Maryland's Crown
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Mar 21, 2016 7:41:00 PM EDT

Hampton Mansion in Towson, Maryland

"There are very few houses in America on such a scale of significance as Hampton....Click here to read more.

Banjos in the Museum: Music and Public History
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Mar 18, 2016 10:32:00 PM EDT

Inherent Vice, Newspapers, and Seduction by the Past
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Mar 2, 2016 3:25:00 PM EST

Three officers sitting in front of a tent on the Mexican border in 1916.  On left is Lt Gresham H. Poe of Baltimore. Scanned at 800 dpi from an old newspaper.

You may want to take a look before you turn down that offer of a donated newspaper collection. Those old stale boxes--whose contents are engaged in suicide by wood pulp-- may also contain the seeds of a digital humanities collection....Click here to read more.

Pirates, our National Parks, Families, and Architecture: Courses for the Spring
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Oct 15, 2015 10:26:00 AM EDT

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.

Field Trip Studies 18th and 19th Century Timber Framing Techniques
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Oct 14, 2015 3:06:00 PM EDT

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.

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