NCPH Working Group 3
National Council of Public History Annual Meeting
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Case 1: “Finding Common Ground Between Interpreters and Historians”
Case 2: “We Found the Common Ground: Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site”
Case 3: “Social History, Rebel Soldiers and Slavery: Interpretation / Scholarship at National Military Parks”
Case 4: “Observations of an Independent Historian of National Park Interpretation”
Case 5: "Why is There So Little History of the Parks in the Parks"
Case 6: "Stepping Back From Education"
Case 7: "Resolving 'Interpretive Conflict' between the Geological and Human Time Scales at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument"
Case 8: "Park Rangers: Challenges to Working The Historians' Ground"
Case 9: "Roads for the Modern Tourist"
Case 10: "Interpreting the History of the Homestead Act from Multiple Perspectives"
Did You Know?
While best known for the textile industry, the factories of the Blackstone River Valley made hundreds of different products, ranging from barbed wire and monkey wrenches to space suits and Mr. Potato Head.