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East Central ASECS, in the Baltimore Hyatt across the way from the Inner Harbor, the theme Infamy

Jean Henri De Latude (1725-1805) escaping Roger Daltrey as Macheath (Sheppard) singing a rousing Handelian drinking song (1987 Jonathan Miller’s production of Gay’s Beggar’s Opera) Dear friends and readers, We returned from the East...
From: Ellen And Jim Have A Blog, Two on 6 Nov 2012 launches

The official website for Reporting the Revolutionary War has launched. Videos, book details, reviews, speaking calendar, ordering links, articles, lesson plans and a mini-archive, which should be finished next week. Enjoy!

Colonial Newspapers: Works of Art

Thought I’d change things up a bit today and share full front pages of newspapers rather than cropped article excerpts. When examined side by side, one gains a greater appreciation for the handmade process of papermaking and printing. Beyond their...

WATCH: The official book trailer debut for Reporting the Revolutionary War

Watch it now! The official book trailer debut for Reporting the Revolutionary War: Video link: Reporting the Revolutionary War by Todd Andrlik (book trailer)

Reporting the Revolutionary War Contributor Spotlight III

For the past few weeks, I have been slowly introducing you to the 37 historian contributors behind Reporting the Revolutionary War: Before It Was History, It Was News. See Spotlight I and II. These experts provide important historical context, helping...

Reporting the Revolutionary War Contributor Spotlight II

Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing more biographical background on the historian contributors to Reporting the Revolutionary War. Below are bios on eight of the 37 contributors and click here to read the first contributor spotlight, featuring...

Reporting the Revolutionary War Contributor Spotlight I

Once a week for the next several, I will be spotlighting the contributors to Reporting the Revolutionary War: Before It Was History, It Was News. The book benefits tremendously from the essays of 37 historians and experts in the field, who provide valuable...

Breaking Bloody News of Lexington and Concord

We live in a time of constant debate and discussion about political and military media coverage. Whether it is a presidential election or rebellion in the Middle East, the role of 21st-century media is constantly scrutinized. So, now is perhaps the best...

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