Cool Website of the Week! April 25th, 2022

Chatham Navy Days 2002, St Mary's Island. by Colin Smith is licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0

Advertisements Every week I like to take the time to focus on other history websites. History is a huge topic, and I know that I’ll never be able to cover everything that I find interesting. Even if I quit my job, became a hermit of epic proportions, and dedicated my life to writing, I’d never… Continue reading Cool Website of the Week! April 25th, 2022

Cool Website of the Week! April 18, 2022

Advertisements There is a whole lot to history. Think about it, modern humans have been around for nearly 300,000 years. The oldest known tools, from before modern humans, dates back 3.3 million years. Even if we only consider written history, that gives us over 5,000 years to look at. That’s a whole heck of a… Continue reading Cool Website of the Week! April 18, 2022

Cool Website of the Week! April 11th, 2022

One of the things that photos are great at doing is making history real. People know that the things in the books happened to real people in real places, but actually being able to see it makes it real on a whole new level.

Website Recommendation of the Week!

Advertisements There is a lot to history. I mean, a lot. Go ahead and think about your favorite hobby. Or think about that one thing that you are absolutely obsessed with. Got it? I can guarantee that whatever you just thought of, there is a history to it. Nothing comes into this world from nothing,… Continue reading Website Recommendation of the Week!

Website Recommendation of the Week!

Advertisements This week I have a pretty cool resource for people interested in the history of words. Everyone knows that language changes over time. Honestly, when was the last time anyone referred to something as “totally tubular”? But what happens to languages over the course of hundreds or thousands of years? This is one of… Continue reading Website Recommendation of the Week!

Cool Website of the Week! The Digital Antiquarian

Advertisements This week we have a great website to share if you love computer entertainment and digital culture history! This is a relatively new field in history, but one that will become more and more important as time goes on. Early historical and cultural aspects of the digital age are easily lost, often by accident.… Continue reading Cool Website of the Week! The Digital Antiquarian

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