Psuedo-Pen to Verified Paper

Psuedo-Pen to Verified Paper

Psuedo-Pen to Verified Paper By: Timothy Maze When all is said and done, the purpose of this project is to create the information that will be given to parks interpretative staff so they can communicate this history to park visitors. This means that an extensive part...
Coming Full Circle

Coming Full Circle

Coming Full Circle By: Sonya Carrizales Today I want to write about a woman named Mildred Ericson and her mission to create interpretive programming for children, which has left a lasting impact in Yellowstone National Park. Mildred Ericson broke the decade-long trend...
Welcome HOME

Welcome HOME

Welcome HOME By: Sabrina Gonzalez-Morabito This summer, I am excited to be an ACE CRDIP Historian Intern at Homestead National Monument (HOME). What makes this summer special is the 19th Amendment centennial that HOME is celebrating with hundreds of other parks across...
It’s All About the Aesthetics

It’s All About the Aesthetics

It’s All About the Aesthetics By: Maria Smith Hi Everyone! I can’t believe that I didn’t give you all a preview to this blog post in my last one! I was just too excited about the wonderful Convention Days programming to remember! Today, I’m going to discuss the...
Park Connections

Park Connections

Park Connections By: Sandhya Narayanan My primary task for my internship this summer is to help build connections between Salem Maritime/Saugus Ironworks National Historic Sites (SAMA and SAIR respectively) with local tribes. Over the course of doing this outreach,...
Thinking About Roving

Thinking About Roving

Thinking About Roving By: Marta Olmos One of the big challenges for me this summer has been getting used to the idea of roving. I had volunteered in interpretation before this internship, but always at set locations, exhibits, and tables. At Minute Man, we do a lot of...
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