15 September 2005 - Thursday

History Carnival XVI

The sixteenth History Carnival is up at Respectful Insolence. The collection follows a History Channel theme.

A few selections:

Peter Kirby delivers an introduction to historical method. >>

Brooks D. Simpson discusses what he learned from participating in a television documentary. >>

Mark A. Rayner has found the lost PowerPoint slides of William Wallace. >>

David Noon describes the largest slave revolt in the history of colonial North America. >>

Rob MacDougall examines (and questions) the "Good Flood" of 1927. >>

| Posted by Wilson at 10:33 Central | TrackBack
| Report submitted to the Communications Desk