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Trump in a U.S. History Survey Classroom
“FDR’s and Trump’s First Hundred Days” by Jemi Lui
“Fear of Fear Itself” by MaKayla Adams
“How the Progressive Presidency Paved the Way for Donald Trump” by Adam Dawes
“Inclusive Populism” by Rich Marinelli
“Reagan Democrats Return” by Lexy Poe
“The Rise of the Silent Majority” by Kristen Longsderff
“The Trump Vote in Juniata County, Pennsylvania” by Neil McLaughlin
“Watergate and Skepticism Toward Government” by Bradley Nafziger
“‘Whitelash’ in American Society, 1865-present” by Esther Rosier
A Few More Jobs, Internships, and Summer Programs
Dr. James LaGrand Weighs in on the American Presidency
Even More History Jobs and Internships!
John Horsch Mennonite History Research Contest
Another Installment of “So What CAN You Do With a History Major?”
Have You Signed Up Yet to be a History Day Judge?
A Chance to Present Your Research at an Undergraduate Conference
Summer Archaeology Field Schools at Jamestown, Monticello and Poplar Forest
Summer Internship Opportunities at a New Museum in Gettysburg
Lecture on the Underground Railroad–Tommorrow (Tuesday) Night!
National History Day, Sat. March 3