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  • Roll Out the Bourbon Barrel

    If you are coming to Louisville for the 2015 Annual Meeting, consider taking one of the special tours offered that give you the true Kentucky

  • Wanting to Be Everywhere at Once

    By the skin of my teeth, I got my American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) annual meeting registration form submitted by the early

  • Leverage Your AASLH Membership to Maximize Your Potential with Employers

    Hiring managers don’t always turn to major job posting sites to find candidates that fit their needs. In fact, some actually prefer to search for

  • Musings from a Historic Shaker Village During the 1940s

    2015 marks AASLH’s 75th Anniversary Year. For the occasion, AASLH has created a blog series for members to share their unique history and

  • Running at AASLH?

    Time is winding down to #AASLH2015! I could go on and on about how excited I am about the professional development opportunities that await us (have

  • Ask FSA: What is Outreach?

    History organizations often wonder about what effective outreach is. The business literature is full of a dizzying number of examples. To simplify I

  • Possibility and Loyalty

    Editor’s note: This post is part of a series to highlight AASLH members in the state of Kentucky who are are real-world examples of the 2015 AASLH

  • Are You Still on the Fence?

    Early Bird registration for AASLH’s annual meeting in Louisville, KY, comes to an end tomorrow, July 24. If you’re on the fence about whether or

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