Stevenson University's History Program recently made an overnight trip to Virginia. Covering roughly 750 miles in two days, majors visited the Frontier Culture Museum (Staunton), Appomattox Court House (Appomattox), Jefferson.
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The Stevenson University History Program recently visited with the the National Park Service Historic Trades Preservation Center to learn about their apprenticeship program in the traditional trades.Caption: Rodney Flora prac.
Stevenson University's history majors recently traveled to a WWII living history event near Gettysburg. CAPTION: Young woman in '40s era dress at a display area for the Scottish Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Regiment.
Hampton Mansion in Towson, Maryland"There are very few houses in America on such a scale of significance as Hampton. Its great size is matched by the monumental qualities of its porticoes and domed cupola, and by its elaborat.
Brad Kolodner (L) and Greg C Adams (R) warm up while Ken Kolodner (rear) gets ready to join in on the hammer dulcimer. (Photo by GT Johnston)In a workshop sponsored by the Stevenson University Public History Program, particip.