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From Home to Harpers Ferry (and Antietam) by Bicycle

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Originally posted on Bike Walk Drive:
I have taken many long-distance cycling trips since I became interested in bicycle travel. But I hadn’t done the one thing I’d really wanted to do all along: roll my bicycle out of my…

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Michelle Moon: My favorite history site

Michelle Moon just completed an MA in Museum Studies from Harvard Extension School and 6+ years leading adult programs at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. Plus, she wrote a book on food interpretation.  If you had to choose one or two favorite historic … Continue reading

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Bethany Hawkins: My favorite history site

Bethany Hawkins is Program Manager for the American Association for State and Local History in Nashville, TN. If you had to choose one or two favorite historic sites, which ones are they and what about them interested you? Choosing one … Continue reading

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Linnea Grim: My favorite history site

Linnea Grim is the Hunter J. Smith Director of Education and Visitor Programs at Thomas Jefferson’s home Monticello, in Charlottesville, Virginia. If you had to choose one or two favorite historic sites, which ones are they and what about them … Continue reading

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Max van Balgooy: My favorite history site

Max A. van Balgooy is president of Engaging Places, LLC, a design and strategy firm that connects people with historic places. Much of his work focuses on the value of objects, buildings, and landscapes in interpretation at such museums as … Continue reading

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