American History RSS Feeds
Site - americanhistory.si.edu/blog
Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
About Site - The National Museum of American History collects, preserves and displays American heritage in the areas of social, political, cultural, scientific and military history. Through incomparable collections, rigorous research, and dynamic public outreach, we explore the infinite richness and complexity of American history.
Site - historynet.com
About Site - HistoryNet.com contains daily features, photo galleries and over 5,000 articles originally published in our various magazines. It provide unique experience for history enthusiasts, drawing from our nine history magazines.
Site - blog.historians.org
About Site - AHA Today is the official Blog of the American Historical Association.The AHA is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1884 and incorporated by Congress in 1889 for the promotion of historical studies.
About Site - TeachingAmericanHistory.org is history and civics resource website designed for use by K-12 teachers, college faculty, students, and the public at large. It features a searchable library containing thousands of original documents spanning American history from the Colonial Era through the present, primary source document-based lesson plans designed for use in education.
Site - chicagohistory.org/blog
About Site - The Chicago History Museum is a place of learning, discovery, creativity, and, well, history. We encourage people to value their own stories and share them with others.
Site - acwm.org/blog
About Site - The goal of The American Civil War Museum is to help a diverse national and international audience learn American Civil War history in all its breadth and scope. Using dynamic and interactive exhibits, engaging educational programs and historical research, the museum will tell a multitude of military, political and civilian stories of the people of the time.
Site - backstoryradio.org/blog
About Site - BackStory is a public podcast that brings historical perspective to the events happening around us today. On each show, historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Joanne Freeman and Nathan Connolly tear a topic from the headlines and explore its historical depths.Together, they drill down into the centuries, revealing the connections between past and present.
About Site - We’re a site that creates a variety of exclusive modern international and American history content! We create free history audio podcasts as part of History in 28-minutes, a magazine called History is Now, and books as part of Required History. Our works explain some of history's most important events concisely and quickly.
Site - newyorkhistoryblog.org
New York State
About Site - The New York History Blog, founded in 2008 and updated several times per day, promotes the state’s history community including: new research and publications; newly available collections; public history advocacy and historic preservation efforts; exhibits and events; conferences and grants; and new stories from New York’s past.
Site - boston1775.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog is a miscellany of information about New England just before, during, and after the Revolutionary War, and about how that history has been studied, taught, preserved, politicized, mythologized, lost, recovered, discussed, described, distorted, and now digitized.
Site - reddit.com/r/AmericanHistory
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Dedicated to anything related to North or South America up until and through the year 1992. We encourage friendly discourse, debates, questions, articles, discoveries, or anything else relevant to the Americas within the given time period.
Site - processhistory.org
About Site - Process is the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian, dedicated to exploring the process of doing history and the multifaceted ways of engaging with the U.S. past.
Site - ussporthistory.com
About Site - Sport in American History is a group blog that focuses on American Sport History and Studies. It is comprised of sport scholars and graduate students dedicated to developing an active online community interested in critically engaging current and historical issues in sport.
Site - pastispresent.org
About Site - The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) is both a learned society and national research library of pre-twentieth century American history and culture. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and make available for study the printed record of what is now the United States of America from first European settlement through the year 1876.
About Site - American Creation is a group blog dedicated to the religious history of America's founding. Our goal is to encourage honest and insightful discussion, debate and insight into the history, particularly religious, of America's founding from all perspectives, and to promote an atmosphere where all opinions are welcomed.
Site - brettschulte.net/CWBlog
About Site - TOCWOC is a group Civil War blog formed in September 2007. Our purpose is to enlighten and entertain readers on every aspect of the Civil War, whether it be Social, Political, Military, or other history.
About Site - In 2013 I started reading a biography of every US president in chronological order, and I created this site to chronicle my irreverent observations, quests for historical truth, and personal insights along the way. Presidential history blog with humorous and historic stories from my trek to read a biography of every US president in order.
Site - renegadesouth.wordpress.com
San Marcos, TX
About Site - As the blog’s title, Renegade South, suggests, I study southern dissenters of the nineteenth century. Several kinds of renegades pass through the pages of my books and articles. As a historian who began digging into records and documents about ordinary and extraordinary people some thirty years ago, I’ve long wanted to share the history of those people with a broader audience.
Washington, DC Metro Area
About Site - The American Revolution and Founding Era blog provides information and commentary on early American history, particularly from the American Revolution through the War of 1812.
Site - americanstudier.blogspot.com
Waltham and Fitchburg, MA
About Site - One interesting American thing (a technical term, meaning a moment or event, a text, a controversy, an idea, a figure, or whatevertheheckelse I think of) per day, from Ben Railton, a professor of American literature, culture, history, and, natch Studies.
Site - historywithadrawl.org
About Site - Hi, I’m Sean. I’m an amateur historian, but a professional Southerner. I was born and raised in the great state of Alabama, but now reside in Nashville, TN with my beautiful wife and 7-year-old daughter. My intention with this blog, is primarily of a personal nature. I love the South, and hope to share some of the incredible culture and heritage it has to offer.
Site - ghostofherodotus.com
About Site - The purpose of this blog is to exchange ideas related to history. It is named after Herodotus, of course, because he is identified as the "Father of History." While this fifth-century B.C.E. Greek was not without significant flaws as a scholar, he was a pathfinder as well as a superb narrator.
Site - outhistory.org/blog
About Site - OutHistory.org was founded in October 2008 by Jonathan Ned Katz.When the Internet became part of the everyday life of billions of people in the 21st century, Katz understood that the work of archiving, establishing LGBTQ chronologies, and highlighting new discoveries begun in Gay American History should continue on a digital platform.
Grand Forks, ND
About Site - This site explores the military history and general history of Canada and the United States from 1607-1815. Major focus of this site will be on the French and Indian War (1754-1763) and American Revolution (1775-1783). The authors may include historians of the period, history buffs, reenactors, teachers, and students
Sioux Falls, SD
About Site - This blog will show that financial history is both intrinsically interesting and of crucial importance to many aspects of public policy, ranging from Social Security to construction to macroeconomic stability.