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.
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For the second year in a row, an SU PHIST student’s research was chosen by the National Council on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) for presentation at their national conference. Scotten’s research regarding Maryland’s US .
Lindsay McCrea and Tori WoodardAs part of their responsibilities while interning at the Archives at Stevenson University, two PHIST majors, Lindsay McCrea and Tori Woodard, helped design a regional exhibition of rare and beau.
Interested in exploring the world of WWII living history, the Stevenson Public History program sponsored its first-ever camping trip as part of a weekend in the Gettysburg area. The event took place at Eisenhower Farm and inv.