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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
David McCullough: Teachers Should Not Major in Education
History Majors at Their Best (and Worst)
Messiah Alum Joe Hackman: Guest Chaplain for the State of Pennsylvania
Do You Want to Study History in College?
Ephrata Public Library’s Community Memory Project
Do You Need a Ph.D to Work in a Museum?
Teaching History With Objects
Some Tips on How to Write a History Research Paper
More Thoughts on What Employers Look For in Public History Graduates
What Do Students Think of When Someone Mentions Abraham Lincoln?
The Historical Thinking Project