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On doing local history
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A NEW VISION OF LOCAL HISTORY NARRATIVE: WRITING HISTORY IN CUMMINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS SEPTEMBER STEPHANIE PASTERNAK, B.A., AMHERST COLLEGE M.A., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Directed by: Professor Marla R. Miller Scholars who have written about local history hold no consensus on the purpose, value, and . Do you have an old or antiquarian book and would like to know its value? You might think it's a rare and valuable book but don't know where to find its value? One very simple method of finding an approximate value of a book is to search for similar copies on and see what prices are being asked.
Due to COVID, all Local History Services in-person workshops and meetings are postponed through May. Staff are working remotely and are available via email. We will be doing a series of webinars in place of in-person workshops. COVID Resources». Local history blogs such as the Ann Arbor Local History Blog and Epsom, NH History Blog, message boards, mailing lists, and personal and town websites are all potential sources of local history. Do a search on the name of the town or village along with search terms such as history, church, cemetery, battle, or migration, depending upon.
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About the Author Carol Kammen has been writing about doing local history for many years. The first edition of this book came out in ; this edition is greatly pruned and expanded. On doing local history book She has edited The Encyclopedia of Local History (two editions) for Alta Mira Press and AASLH and has written editorials for History News since /5(2).
SinceOn Doing Local History has been an invaluable aid to local historians. Now Carol Kammen has completely updated and revised this classic 4/5(1). For over thirty years, Carol Kammen's On Doing Local History has been a valuable guide to professional and "amateur" historians alike.
First published inrevised inthis book offers not only discussion of practical matters, but also a deeper. Carol Kammen's On Doing Local History is a rare book, a sophisticated methodological study aimed at amateur historians who search out their communities' past. In the rush by historians to professionalize the field, amateur practitioners have been left out of conversations concerning the nature of historical knowledge and the art of interpretation.
The book is designed for those doing local history who want to ‘enhance [their] research and make their writing of it more effective’ and those who want to understand the process and prospects of various kinds of publication.5/5(2).
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I learned a lot about what On doing local history book involved in putting together a local history book and here are some observations on the process of research and writing. Passion/Interest. Your interest in a topic might arise from a passion for a particular subject inspired by a story you heard or a book.
HOW NOT TO WRITE LOCAL HISTORY. By H. Finberg [Extracted from Finberg, H. and V. Skipp Local History: Objective and Pursuit David and Charles, Newton Abbot,pp. Any one who wishes to avoid writing local history will find it perfectly easy to do so: he has only to switch on the radio or television; or he can just go to sleep.
Penned by local experts, each Images of America book weaves the history of a community in stories and rare photos, from its beginnings to today. Every place tells a story VIEW IMAGES OF AMERICA ~ Hot Off The (Blog) Press ~. Writing a local history book is a bit different from other kinds of publishing.
For most publishers, you will have to prepare a proposal for a book first and submit it for approval, rather than completing a draft and shopping it around. The packet will include guidelines for submitting a book.
Books shelved as local-history: Philadelphia, a year history after 25 years by Tamara Gaskell Miller, Pennsylvania Ghost Towns: Uncovering the Hidden. The history books produced for these occasions were often a town’s first published history.
Whilst they were a valuable record of the local past, they followed a somewhat tedious standard formula, and suffered from being simply a litany of facts and figures, with poor readability.
Academic historians moved into the field of local history. The History Press Founded inThe History Press publishes local and regional history and culture from coast to coast. Be it narratives of local heroes, tragic losses, collections of homegrown recipes, historic mysteries and everything in between, History Press books act as valued touchstones for community identity.
Doing History: An Introduction to the Historian's Craft was written by Wendy Pojmann Barbara Reeves-Ellington, and Karen Ward Mahar and published in All three authors have previously or currently work at Siena College in New York.
All three also specialize in some form of historical teachings/5. An undergraduate student’s book review should accomplish two main goals: Lay out an author’s argument, and; Most importantly, critique the historical argument. It is important to remember that a book review is not a book report.
You need to do. Local history tends to be less documented than other types, with fewer books and artifacts than that of a country or continent. Many local histories are recorded as oral tales or stories and so are more vulnerable than more well known issues.
Library or local historical society, you are in luck. But you also might find yourself tracking down old ledger books in church closets or even in the homes of parishioners—and de-ciding there and then to institute a preservation program as part of your writing project.
What you read is important. A history that focuses only on ministersFile Size: 2MB. An attractive cover will entice generations of your family to open the book.
A simple cover with an ancestor portrait and a title is best. If your book will be just for family, you can use a site such as Canva, which offers design templates you can use, or ask your graphic design student niece. Our local history collection focuses primarily on Genesee County, located in the heart of western New York.
Limited information is available for other areas. The library owns many titles that may be helpful in your research. Some selected titles may be of special interest. Take a look at the Walmart Books Best Sellers section. You'll find modern classics such as Game of Thrones or the Harry Potter books and books that are the basis for movies such as A Wrinkle in Time.
This is a good place to start your search for your next book. Books for Every Age. Children should start to read early. After years of carefully researching and assembling a family history, many genealogists find that they want to make their work available to history means a lot more when it's shared.
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