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Historian interview: Dr. Ryan Fischer, author of “Cattle Colonialism,” on the New Books Network podcast.

I got to interview environmental history author John Ryan Fischer about his book "Cattle Colonialism" in a new podcast on the New Books Network.

By |2017-11-29T20:30:28-08:00November 29th, 2017|Authors, Books, History, Interviews, Podcasts|0 Comments

“Second Decade” Podcast, Episode 4, explores the history of Hawaii in the 1810s.

The newest installment of Second Decade examines two worlds, on opposite sides of the globe, which collided unexpectedly at the end of the 1810s.

By |2016-11-23T20:30:58-08:00November 23rd, 2016|Podcasts|0 Comments

Discovering paradise: the journal of Daniel Chamberlain, early Hawaii missionary.

The diary of one of the first Americans to visit Hawaii, in 1820, provides some fascinating insights into history.

By |2014-08-25T20:30:53-07:00August 25th, 2014|Books, History, Spotlight|2 Comments

Expulsion from paradise: the civilian evacuees from Hawaii after Pearl Harbor.

Thousands of civilians were evacuated from Hawaii in the weeks and months after the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. Many never returned. This is their story.

By |2013-12-07T20:30:32-08:00December 7th, 2013|History, History Is Cool, Spotlight|14 Comments