Top 50 American History Blogs


Historymasters.org identified the Top 50 American History Blogs (Now I know they do it strickly for promotional purposes, but still it is nice to get recognized):

The United States has had a rather eventful history — in spite of its being considered a somewhat young nation. Born out of a revolution, the United States is full of interesting turning points. History scholars have long been fascinated with the mix that has led to the rise of one of the most powerful nations ever to exist in a relatively short period of time.

You don’t have to be a history professional, though, to enjoy the history of the United States. Many people find history — specifically U.S. history — a great hobby. If you are interested in learning more about the history of the U.S., you can read some of these 50 American history blogs:

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4 Responses to Top 50 American History Blogs

  1. Norm says:

    Have you read “1877″ …it’s a great book…I’m not finished with it yet but it has a lot of detail that I’ve not read before…the author has backed up his research with plenty of notes/sources.

    Norm

    ps: The author, Michael A. Bellesiles, is also a history professor…he teaches history at Connecticu State University.

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