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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
Do You Want to Bring Your History Major Into the Digital World?
Do You Want to Study Abroad in Rome?
Attention Civil War Buffs: York County Civil War Celebration
Internships and Jobs in Publishing at InterVarsity Press
Become a Gilder-Lehrman Institute History Scholar
Internships at the Ephrata Cloister
Attend the Messiah College Humanities Symposium This Week!
Sign-Up To Be A Judge for History Day
Alex Lovelace Publishes Article in *The Washington Times*
What Does Graduate School in Public History Look Like?
The Messiah College History Department and the Ye Olde Sulphur Spa Historical Society
Trip to Baltimore!
Bob Hess (1929-2013)–Former Messiah College History Professor
Messiah History Student Megan Keller Creates Hershey Mobile App
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