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Women’s Rights Walk

Every significant movement of history has come with sacrifice. Each next step has come with someone acting upon their realization of the importance of renewal and awakening, or rather change. […]

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Doug Owsley Talk

He’s worked on everything from identifying some of the original settlers of Jamestown, to reinterring bodies from Flight 77. Few people in the world could claim to have the experience […]

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Chair Phyllis Randall

If you managed to catch Phyllis Randall on one of her many volunteering runs at the local community centre or jail, you might have assumed that she’s just an ordinary, […]

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Arlington National Cemetery

There are many years which pass by where our respects are paid to people with stories the wind has blown away. A blossom of unknown things hits upon grief and […]

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Antietam National Battlefield

Why, I ask, do laughter and joy come in the same spots where time has left a stain of darkness? What voice tells time that renewal must come? Beauty is […]

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Tubing on Antietam Creek

The National History Academy’s Summer Residential Programme looks at all manners of the past with students oftentimes diving deep into some of the darkest chapters of American History. However, the […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird

As we all rushed to get ready just an hour before our scheduled time to leave, everyone was alive with excitement. We all had our best outfits on and all […]

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Smithsonian National Museum of American History

It would not be a stretch to say that museums are a staple of virtually any city in the world. A great many museums globally are excellent at what they […]

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Dennis Frye – HFNHP

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park has undoubtedly had a long and layered past with its history written in the legacies of John Brown, Storer College, as well as one of […]

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Blair Bowie Talk

One of the primary objectives of the National History Academy (NHA) is providing students with various perspectives on the workings of the United States electoral system. On July 8th, as […]

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Harpers Ferry NHP

Personally, I found our trip to Harpers Ferry to be one of the most moving of any of our trips thus far. With informational signs lining the roads, historical buildings […]

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James Madison’s Montpelier

As our first presidential house visit, going into the former house of James Madison was both an open opportunity to learn about the complexity of our 4th president, as well […]