"History" Blogs & Blog Posts

Art and Architecture, mainlyArt and Architecture, mainly

The fine arts, decorative arts and architecture of Europe, North America an...

 
Gravestone pix .comGravestone pix .com

Grave sites and their markers are an important part of our heritage. They ...

 
Rhymes With RightRhymes With Right

Blog on news, politics, and other matters of interest written by a Texas te...

 
The Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World IssuesThe Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World Issues

Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
Old VarietiesOld Varieties

This site has been set up to celebrate and feature the heritage of Britain&...

 
Your New RealityYour New Reality

There are so many kinds of reality, it's hard to keep track. Let me he...

 
Women of HistoryWomen of History

A site providing biographies of some of the fascinating women who have grac...

 


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The names Australians gave new born babies was a widely cited post, covering the most popular first names given to boys and girls in Victoria since 1900. But I have never tackled surnames, given that everyone of my generation seemed to come from Pola...

If you’ve ever wondered about the history of the land you’re on then this website (and app) is for you! The website Native-Land collects historical data from around the world of what peoples claimed what land so any curious individual can...

In November 1847 Clarence Valley grazier Thomas Coutts disgruntled by what he thought was a failure of local authority to act on his complaints, angry that his cattle herd had diminished over the space of eight years allegedly due to cattle thef...

Here is public comment on and by the main characters in what looks remarkably like an ill-considered and rather crude attempt at a beer hall putsch against academic freedom.With one of the eight Ramsey Centre directors, Tony Abbott, giving the game a...

Guest: Lynn Patyk on Written in Blood: Revolutionary Terrorism and Russian Literary Culture published by the University of Wisconsin Press. [spp-player]...

"No Pump Mill" memorabilia - image suppliedThe Clarence Valley Conservation Coalition celebrated its “almost” thirty years of activity at a Re-Weavers’ Awards Dinner in Grafton on 1st June. The Re-Weavers Awards, which are held annually on the...

In 1628, Dr William Harvey was an English physician who published a book in which he described the circulation of blood in humans. Researchers commenced experim­ents involving the intraven­ous injection of various substances into an­imal...