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The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) is a national association that provides leadership and support for its members who preserve and interpret state and local history in order to make the past more meaningful to all people. The AASLH blog is a place to stay up to date with our initiatives and projects, as well as learn from your peers across the country about new ideas, innovative techniques, and important issues in the field of public history.

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REGISTRATION & PROGRAM; GO TO CONFERENCE; THEME; GENERAL SESSION SPEAKERS; SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS; POLICIES; SCHOLARSHIPS; FAQ; REGISTRATION & PROGRAM ; The 2020 AASLH Annual Meeting may be over, but there is still a great reason to register. Militaryhistory blog page @admin 2020-07-24T17:31:20-04:00 “… Or a building full of old stuff” – Part II “… Or a building full of old stuff” – Part II. By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:34:07-04:00May 30th, 2012|Categories: Collections, Conservation, Exhibits, Military History, Small Museums|, By the way, we still have the “vintage” olive oil [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:34:04-04:00July 27th, 2012|Categories: Audience, Collections, Exhibits, Military History, Programming, Small Museums|, The school tours are the biggest yearly program for the [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2016-07-28T15:02:01-04:00July 28th, 2016|Categories: Military History|Tags: Memorials, Military History, Monuments, US World War I Centennial Commission, WWI|, The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission and the Pritzker [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:31:49-04:00December 15th, 2014|Categories: Audience, Corporate History, Court and Legal History, Education and Interpretation, Field Services Alliance, Historic Houses, Military History, Presidential Sites and Libraries, Religious History, Small Museums, Visitors' Voices|Tags: Visitors Count|, Successful museums and sites clearly understand what their visitors want [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:32:03-04:00July 1st, 2014|Categories: Administration, Annual Meeting, Audience, Corporate History, Court and Legal History, Education and Interpretation, Field Services Alliance, Historic Houses, Military History, Professional Development, Programming, Religious History, Small Museums, Visitors' Voices|Tags: 2013 Annual Meeting, archives, Board Management, board members, Family Programming, St. Paul, Young children in museums|, Held every year in conjunction with the Annual Meeting, the AASLH [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:31:50-04:00December 8th, 2014|Categories: Corporate History, Court and Legal History, Education and Interpretation, Exhibits, Historic Houses, Leadership, Military History, Religious History, Small Museums, Visitors' Voices|Tags: Leadership in History Awards|, Contact:  Bethany Hawkins hawkins@aaslh.org 615-320-3203 Every year, AASLH bestows the [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:32:09-04:00May 7th, 2014|Categories: Collections, Military History, Professional Development|Tags: Collection Camp, Collection Care, Collection Management, Collection Practices, Military History|, AASLH will offer two workshops in June, both on collections [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:31:59-04:00July 30th, 2014|Categories: Exhibits, Military History|Tags: Camp Logan, Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park, Military History, National Guard|, AASLH Member Since 2013 This summer marks 100 years since [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2018-08-29T18:31:49-04:00December 19th, 2014|Categories: Best Practices, Education and Interpretation, Historic Houses, Military History, Professional Development, Religious History, Small Museums, Visitors' Voices|Tags: AASLH Workshop, financial assistance, Scholarships, workshop scholarships, workshops|, Are you new to the field and looking to improve [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2016-11-03T20:53:09-04:00November 3rd, 2016|Categories: Collections, Field Services Alliance, Military History|Tags: Collections, Field Services, Field Services Alliance, FSA, Local History Services, Military History, Military Insignia, Reading Military Insignia|, Identification of the military decorations John Glenn earned as [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2016-11-22T21:48:23-05:00November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Emerging Professionals, Military History|Tags: Blogging, Civil War History, Emerging History Professionals, Emerging Professionals, Military History|, I find that many Emerging History Professionals (EHPs) these days [...], By AASLH Contributing Author|2019-08-19T16:39:18-04:00March 26th, 2013|Categories: Audience, Best Practices, Education and Interpretation, Exhibits, Leadership, Military History, Professional Development, Programming, Small Museums, Staff, Technology and The Web|Tags: community, exhibit, kiosk, shoe-string, technology|. Nashville, TN 37212, 2021 21st Ave S., Suite 320Nashville, TN 37212, 2021 21st Ave S., Suite 320 Nashville, TN 37212, A Moment to Listen: Learning from Ancestral Legacies, Seven Lessons for Reopening Post-COVID From a Visitor’s Perspective, AASLH Statement on a Critical and Open Examination of History.

BLOG; Search for: Loading... 2020 Annual Meeting Darah Fogarty 2020-10-01T12:37:35-04:00. Small Museums Strong at 2020 AASLH Annual Meeting, “Making Friends with Belly Dancers”: Q&A with a Small Museum in El Paso, Authenticity and Authority: The Role of Historic Sites, Digital Resources and Accessibility for Museums and Historical Sites. Gallery Readjusting and Moving Forward John Dichtl 2020-09 … 2021 21st Ave S., Suite 320 I Said Bang! The AASLH blog is a place to stay up to date with our initiatives and projects, as well as learn from your peers across the country about new ideas, innovative techniques, and important issues in the field of public history.