Visual Artmoreclaremore.com

See Will Rogers LIVE in National Portrait Gallery

It’s been a long journey, but The National Portrait Gallery on-line exhibition “One Life: Will Rogers” has gone live. The exhibition can be viewed on line in both English and Spanish (see links below), Gallery officials announced. At least two years ago, James Barber, original curator for what would have...
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Arcade, NYarcadeherald.com

Board hears from new solar project in Arcade

ARCADE, N.Y.- During the June 14 Town of Arcade board meeting, board members heard from Dave Zilker and Dominic LeBel, who were present on behalf of Olivewood Energy to discuss Arcade Solar LLC. Arcade Solar is a 75 megawatt solar project that Olivewood Energy is in the early stages of developing.
Nevada StateMesquite Local News

Cassinelli: The Como Nevada mining area

In June 1860, gold was discovered in the Pine Nut Mountains south of Dayton, and a camp called Palmyra was soon established. A post office was opened there on May 5, 1863 and closed on July 31, 1866. Slow to grow, by 1862 Palmyra had only 400 residents and a small business district.
Granville, NYRutland Herald

Young historian to give talk on Hebrew cemetery

GRANVILLE, N.Y. — Born in Israel, raised in both Philadelphia and Vermont, young Netanel Crispe is steeped in history. While he won’t start college until the fall, Crispe, of Danby, is director of the East Poultney Jewish Cemetery Restoration Project, an effort that saw a neglected, nearly forgotten Hebrew cemetery in Poultney restored in early June.
Independence County, ARGuard Online

Learn about Lyon College at the museum

The Old Independence Regional Museum will be hosting it's Happy Hour with a Historian series at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 29. The program will be “Firsts, World Records and Other Oddities” - Dr. Brooks Blevins and Dr. David Hutchison will discuss the more unique aspects of Lyon College's long history. Admission is free for this event.

APİKAM Will Commemorate the Treaty of Lausanne with Two Events

APİKAM will organize commemoration events for the 98th anniversary of the Treaty of Lausanne, which is accepted as the title deed of the Republic of Turkey. The “Full Independence and Lausanne” exhibition will open at APİKAM on 28 July at 17.30. The talk of the historian and writer Sinan Meydan will start at 18.00 on the same day at APİKAM.
Colorado StateMontrose Daily Press

New state historian selected

Nicki Gonzales, Ph.D., professor of history and vice provost for diversity and inclusion at Regis University, begins her one-year term as the official Colorado State Historian on Colorado Day, Saturday, Aug. 1. Gonzales assumes the role from noted historian and author Dr. Duane Vandenbusche. The first Latino person to be...

Obituary: William R. “Bill” Dubois

William R. “Bill” Dubois, 85, of Cheyenne died July 17, 2021, at Davis Hospice Center in Cheyenne. Bill was born in Cheyenne Wyoming on September 8th, 1936. He taught Social Studies, specifically American History focusing on the American west and frontier, in Cheyenne schools for thirty-seven years. He is a past president of the Cheyenne Education Association. He received his B.S. from Northwestern University in 1958 and then his M.A. from the University of Wyoming in 1963. This is when he wrote his thesis, “A Social History of Cheyenne, 1875-1885”.
Scranton, IAraccoonvalleyradio.com

Scranton Native, Historian and Author to be Guest Speaker at Special Event

A Scranton native who is a historian and author of three books will present a free program this weekend at the Greene County Historical Museum in Jefferson. Chuck Holden graduated from Scranton High School in 1980 and went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in business at St. John’s University in Minnesota. He then earned his master’s degree in history from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska and finally his doctorate degree at Penn State University. He has taught at St. Mary’s College in Maryland for the last 22 years.
ScienceThrive Global

Two Historians Study the Early Holocaust Victims

Historian Henry Friedlander in his book, The Origins of Nazi Genocide from Euthansia to the Final Solution, points out that physically and mentally handicapped Germans and the Gypsies were the first victims of Nazi genocide, not Jews, and with this contention, he broadens the definition of the Holocaust. The Nazi actions toward physically and mentally handicapped Germans and gypsies foreshadow their Aktions on the Jews.

Delmarva Today 07-23-2021 part two

Hal Wilson's guest is Donald Ritchie and they're discussing Ritchie's book The Columnist about the life and work of the famous columnist Drew Pearson. Ritchie is the Historian Emeritus of the US Senate. He conducted an oral history program at the Senate and edited for publication the transcripts of the previously closed hearings of Senator Joseph McCarthy. Don Ritchie is the author of more than 30 books.
Books & Literatureeastaurorany.com

Elma Library to Host Public Events in August

The Elma Public Library has released an updated list of events planned for the Month of August. Most events listed below require prior registration. This can be done by going to the library at 1860 Bowen Road or calling 652-2719. The Book Club of the Elma Public Library will next...

The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods

SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threats, and to be better prepared for both disasters and negative societal trends. You can’t mitigate a risk if you haven’t first identified a risk. Today, we look at a new round of X-class solar flares.