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Articles with keyword "history"

My Way, quilt, 1971 by Nell Hall Williams, 83” x 73”

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The Art of Survival

Quilts travel from Gee's Bend.

Brother Arnold Hadd enters Chosen Land’s 1794 Meeting House.

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Preachers of Peace

Shakers share their faith in Maine.

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Of Stevedores and Book Slingers

Mention the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and what comes to mind are workers heaving bales along a waterfront, operating straddle carriers shipside, or driving winches above break bulk c

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Hey, Who You Callin' A Jacobin?

First of all, they are not even French. Second, they’re hardly household names.

Julie Mulvihill, Executive Director of the Kansas Humanities Council

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Kansas's Julie Mulvihill

Kansas's Julie Mulvihill travels the state stumping for the humanities.

Duane W. Roller, professor emeritus of Greek and Latin at Ohio State University

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Impertinent Questions with Duane W. Roller

On the elusive Cleopatra.

Linking Verse across Adjoining Rooms, detail

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Sister Poets

In China they were called cainü.

Walking Cinema: Murder on Beacon Hill

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Murder on Foot

The walking tour goes digital.

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Our Founding Novelist

Charles Brockden Brown mixed spontaneous combustion with Gothic horror.

John Mitchell, Jr., editor, Richmond Planet

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Brother from the Richmond Planet

Crusading Journalist John Mitchell Jr. took on the lynchers.