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Jamie ClubbJamie Clubb

The blog of Jamie Clubb, author of "The Legend of Salt and Sauce: The ...

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

 
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Archaeological news from Europe

 
The CommentatorThe Commentator

A place that proves we know nothing.

 
Shelly Barclay - Rewriting HistoryShelly Barclay - Rewriting History

Shelly Barclay rewrites history shedding new light on events long passed.

 
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...

 


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In the early 20th century, ethnologist Edward S. Curtis made 10,000 wax cylinder recordings of Native American language and music and took 40,000 photographs of people from more than 80 tribes, such as these. Read the rest...

David Hume is an old friend of mine, an amazing chap. So for me to visit his town and not pay respects to his grave was unthinkable. So dragged the cold and frozen family across to see his grave. Amazing chap. The other graves were also quite intere...

1. The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier  Set in 1850s Ohio this is a beautifully told story of a young Quaker girl from Dorset experiencing a new life in a new country. At the centre of the story is her desire to help blacks e...

The current turmoil in the Middle East is, amongst other things, one long vindication of Zionism. Given that, to many folk, Zionism has no meaning other than "Israelis being nasty to Palestinians", some explanation is in order.European ZionismZionism...

Difficult European projects in Central and South America, of interest at least to historians, are not new to this blog. Consider for example the French scandal in building the Panama Canal and the ultimate failure of the Australian socialist utopia i...

Difficult European projects in Central and South America, of interest at least to historians, are not new to this blog. Consider for example the French scandal in building the Panama Canal and the ultimate failure of the Australian socialist utopia i...

(This photo of Noam Chomsky is by Duncan Rawlinson, and was found at flicker.com.)Noam Chomsky is always worth listening to or reading, and I found this article (from the website of Bill Moyers) of his particularly thought-provoking:It is not pleasan...