We are getting ready in Lincoln for the Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium on 1862: The Making of the Great Plains beginning on Thursday this week. On Sunday, the Lincoln Journal Star ran a series of stories on why people like trains and a review of the “Railroads and the Making of Modern America” art exhibition at the Sheldon. After the symposium I plan to post my remarks on the artists who depicted the railroads before, during, and after the Civil War. We will also publicly release our new “views” of these images, packaged galleries for comparison and analysis on the railroads site.
- #dceff get kids outside, in the forests, see these fragile freshwater ecosystems. 07:05:17 PM March 24, 2015 from Twitter for Android
- @ DC Environmental Film Festival learning about the hellbender, so cool, so precarious, so ancient. Save the hellbender giant salamander! 07:00:44 PM March 24, 2015 from Twitter for Android
- A Football Player’s Safe Exit , via @nytimes Borland a history major at U Wisconsin http://t.co/0nPGdAqpwc 09:01:37 AM March 22, 2015 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
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