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Podcast: So Much More Than a Headache author Kathleen O’Shea interviewed on I Am Not My Pain

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Be sure to catch Kathleen O’Shea as she discusses her latest book So Much More Than a Headache. I Am Not My Pain host Melissa Adams sits down with Kathleen to understand migraine through literature.
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Don’t miss this review of Thomas Crowl’s fascinating Queen of the Con

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“A hundred and fifty years later, Cassie Chadwick still stands among the most notorious con artists in history.”
Find out more about Thomas Crowl’s fascinating new book “The Queen of the Con” in this Book Talk review of the notorious Carnegie imposter.
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Video: Stephen Peterson coauthor of The Turnpike Rivalry speaks on WKYC-TV

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Don’t miss this great interview with Stephen Peterson, coauthor of The Turnpike Rivalry: The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, with Joe Cronauer on WKYC-TV



Author Paul Gaston to Speak on Craft Breweries

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Mark your calendar to join us as author and photographer Paul Gaston presents an entertaining and informative talk on the rapidly growing craft brewing industry. Hear fascinating anecdotes about numerous breweries visited by Gaston, as well as suggestions for prime destinations that feature tasty food and good beer. Sample hand-picked choices of Ohio’s brewed best […]


June 2016, Volume 62, No. 2

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The Future of Civil War History
by: James J. Broomall, Peter S. Carmichael, and Jill Ogline Titus

Interpreting Race, Slavery, and United States Colored Troops at Civil War Battlefields
by: Emmanuel Dabney, Beth Parnicza, and Kevin M. Levin

From Women’s History to Gender History: Revamping Interpretive Programming at Richmond National Battlefield Park
by: Ashley Whitehead Luskey and Robert M. Dunkerly

Relevance, Resonance, and Historiography: Interpreting the Lives and Experiences of Civil War Soldiers
by: Peter S. Carmichael

“The Broader and Purer Purpose”: Lessons from the Shenandoah Valley’s Monument and Battlefield Landscapes on Introducing Elements of Civil War Memory to General Audiences
by: Jonathan A. Noyalas

The Civil War Battlefield Staff Ride in the Twenty-first Century
by: Christian B. Keller and Ethan S. Rafuse


The perfect gift for Browns fans!

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The Cleveland Browns have played nearly one thousand games over the past eight decades, and The Browns Bible tells the tale of each one.

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Reading Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms

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September 2013, Volume 59, No. 3

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By: Troy Smith

By: Michael J. Turner

Film Roundtable: Lincoln


Marching for Freedom

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