As we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 15th amendment and the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, the Center for Public Humanities has partnered with the Student Government Association as well as the MU Democrats and MU Conservatives for a voting drive across campus
The same image from my original post back in March. New technology is incorporated into an old system, represented by Clio, the muse of history. From https://earlyamericanists.com/2017/01/26/reflecting-on-digital-history/ It has been a very interesting semester. Now that it is coming to an end, as all things do, we will pause to look back on how far … Continue reading Digital History: A Reflection on the Past Few Months
As we finish our work in Digital History, I struggle to realize the end of my college experience. I took five years to complete my degree due to working full-time during my time at community college and a change in major two years ago. As a History major with a concentration on public history, I … Continue reading What’s Next?
Although present day Harrisburg's African American population accounts for 48% of its citizens, from 1900 to 1930 these residents were a vast minority. Despite being a progressive, fast-growing city, for most of the minority population, employment options remained very limited during the time period. While similar jobs were filled by the majority of both populations … Continue reading Employment Options for African American Residents of Harrisburg from 1900-1930