Day 2 of the strike for a fair contract that includes a living wage and paid leave.
Today I am on strike. Find out why, and spread the word!
The second President and his family had an awesome crib, which I visit with a critical eye.
Few Americans have ever lived like English lords, but those who did lived in amazing style.
What do I do all day, what am I looking for, and why do I do it? This post explains the life of a historian.
After he returned from Washington, Thomas Jefferson chronicled the environmental history of his plantation in a special book, which very few historians have ever seen.
The time has come again for another journey. Similar to my experience in June at the Huntington Library, I've been offered a fellowship at the [...]
What was on the menu in Iceland 205 years ago? How about tern's eggs, boiled salmon, lots of wine and rancid butter?
Another tidbit from the archives! I found this one in a book called The Climate of London by Luke Howard, one of the world's first meteorologists, [...]
My adventure in the archives of the Huntington Library continues! I've been looking at all kinds of old books this week, but one of the [...]