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For all you do-it-yourselfers out there, a bit of history …

10 Aug

From historian and friend John Fea:

Everything has a history.  Even drywall. (I always called it by the brand name Sheetrock). As the son of a general contractor I have spent some time hanging drywall.  Since I am about 6’8R…

Source: The History of Drywall | the way of improvement leads home

The Historyapolis Project

10 Nov

Northwest Iowa Center for Regional Studies

The Historyapolis Project at Augsburg College (MN) seeks to deepen and expand the history of Minneapolis. The Midwestern History Association has just awarded the project the Alice Smith Prize in Public History. Take a look at the project web site here: The Historyapolis Project –

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