Confederacy in the Commons: Addressing Controversy on the Monument Avenue Walking Tour

By Kalen Martin-Gross, AmeriCorps member, the Clio Foundation Despite being a…


Why the November 11 Armistice Was Not the End of WWI

By Jennifer Zoebelein, Ph.D., Special Projects Historian, National WWI Museum…


StEPs Spotlight: Cleveland Grays Armory Museum

By Aja Bain, AASLH, and Mary Beth Rauzi and Mary Manning, Cleveland Grays…


Kettle Creek Battlefield: A Laboratory for Exploring Layers of Relevance

Symbolic Revolutionary War veterans’ cemetery at Kettle Creek. The Kettle Creek…


Call for Book Proposals: Controversial Monuments and Memorials

Controversial Monuments and Memorials: A Guide from the American Association…


Saving Hallowed Ground’s WWI Memorial Tree Program and Sharing Local History

Planting a memorial tree in Radnor, PA. On August 29, 1914, just months after…


Remembering WWI at the US National Archives

Women's Machine Gun Squad Police Reserves April 2017 marks the 100-year…


WW1 Poppy Program Raises Money for National WW1 Memorial in DC and Your Community

AASLH is pleased to be working with our colleagues at the U.S. World War One…


Ask FSA: Reading Insignia on Military Uniforms

Identification of the military decorations John Glenn earned as a Marine Corps…