New Lighting Brings Big Changes to Small Museum

By Kelli Thomerson, Roanoke Visitor Center and Museum, Roanoke, TX Some people…


Ideas for Funding Your Organization’s Visitor Research

By Cherie Cook, Senior Program Manager, AASLH Visitor satisfaction is a “big…


A Moment to Take Stock (and Keep Advocating)

Among its advocacy initiatives, AASLH is an associate member of the National…


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AASLH Receives Grant to Study Americans’ Attitudes Towards History

By John Marks, PhD., Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives, AASLH AASLH…


How to Be a Great Grant Reviewer

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Douglas Evelyn Scholarship for Diversity Now Accepting Applications

The Douglas Evelyn Scholarship for Diversity is named in honor of Douglas…


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Evaluate to Advocate: Gathering Data to Tell Your Story

Read parts one and two of the advocacy series. By Sean Blinn, Programming…


Research is Respect: the Mt. Zion Memorial Fund for Cemetery Preservation

By T. DeWayne Moore, Executive Director, Mt. Zion Memorial Fund, Oxford,…


Local Government: Who and What Is It?

 Read part one of the advocacy series here. Memorial City Hall in Auburn, New…


Advocacy at the Local and County Level: Why It Matters

By Sean Blinn, Programming Director, Heritage Trail Association, Bridgewater,…