- https://t.co/4VAtSBdP1c team preparing to publish Md. case file for Charles Mahoney v. Rev. John Ashton 1791-1802 encoded #gu272 @MdArchives 10:30:06 AM June 28, 2017 from Twitter Web Client
- Liveright to Publish Nelson Mandela’s Letters From Prison, via @nytimes https://t.co/wWogSo9i3W 07:13:07 AM June 28, 2017 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- Review: Francis Spufford’s First Novel Is a Swashbuckling Tale, via @nytimes #mustread Golden Hill https://t.co/di4DodLCMa 07:12:27 AM June 28, 2017 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
Category Archives: slavery
Remarks given at Cum Laude Induction Episcopal High School Alexandria, Virginia April 15, 2016 Congratulations to the cum laude inductees and thank you for inviting me to speak with you today. It is a great honor to be here at … Continue reading
On Friday two of my students in History received their Masters. I am very proud of both of them for the hard work they put into their theses and the research they conducted. Congratulations Kaci and Trevor! Kaci Nash wrote … Continue reading
The New York Times Opinionator Disunion series published my piece this morning “Been Workin’ on the Railroad.” This piece tells the story of Samuel Ballton, an enslaved railroad worker, who leaves slavery and joins the Union Army in the spring … Continue reading
AMC’s premier of Hell on Wheels aired last night, and it included beautiful scenes of the Union Pacific railroad building and the Nebraska Territory. The close-up view of the steam locomotive–the behemoth–and its cowcatcher, the explosions blasting the cut through … Continue reading
The Page 99 Test site has posted a piece about my page 99 test of The Iron Way. Marshal Zeringue runs the Page 99 Test blog and asked me about this a few weeks ago when the book came out. … Continue reading