The Stevenson University Public History Program has a secret weapon at the National Guard Museum of the United States-- Ryan Trainor. Working with Stevenson's Admissions program while earning his MLS, Ryan was also a voluntee.
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Alex describes the various diseases common in Baltimore in the 1700s-1800s.Stevenson Public History major Alexandra Jeffries presented a public program this week that involved two museums, a train excursion, a lecture, and a .
Four of the 1,015 Marylanders who died or are missing in consequence of the war in Vietnam (credit: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund)The Stevenson Public History Program has volunteered to spend the next year locating photos of.
On April 26th, a tour planned by students in an SU Public History class of the defense of Baltimore in September 1814 was praised by local VIPs. Developed in conjunction with the Maryland Military Historical Society, the tour.
The Public History Program provided critical support to the City of Baltimore and the Maryland National Guard when it responded to a query from a small village in France. The people of that village stumbled upon a cryptic mes.