Hi, I’m Tim Grove, a history geek and author who can’t pass up any opportunity to visit a historic site. I’m also a public historian, having worked for over twenty years and counting for various history museums in Washington D.C. and Missouri, including Colonial Williamsburg and the Smithsonian. I currently work in Washington and live in northern Virginia. I hold a master’s degree in history, am a big fan of National History Day and am on the steering committee of the History Relevance Campaign. I believe passionately that anyone, no matter how dull they think history is, can be converted into a history lover. It’s all about how history is presented. This blog is a random collection of some of the places that have inspired me. I hope you’ll enjoy my thoughts about history and history sites and I invite you to add to the conversation.
I welcome your comments and suggestions related to this blog. I also welcome ideas for posts and would like to experiment with guest posts. If you have a favorite history site and would like to write about it, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out about my books, head over to my author site: timgrove.net
My book, A Grizzly in the Mail and Other Adventures in American History, offers stories from my 20+ years at some of America’s most popular history museums. My newest book was published this past April, First Flight Around the World: The Adventures of the American Fliers Who Won the Race. Up next: Milestones of Flight: From Hot-Air Balloons to SpaceShipOne, due out in May 2016.