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The Liberty Bell: Dr. Gary Nash
10/8/15

Gary Nash discusses the evolution of the Liberty Bell from a statehouse bell into an international symbol of freedom.

Resources for National History Day
9/9/15

This video highlights some of HSP's collection for possible topics for National History Day.

An Artist Embedded: Their Story; Our Story - African American Women and the Fight for Freedom
8/21/15

As part of the An Artist Embedded project, this program recorded at HSP on May 13, 2015, explored this largely ignored world of activist African American women toiling for freedom. How and where do we find evidence?  What can’t we know?  How do we fill in the gaps?

Stories from the Archives - Vegetarianism and the Bible Christian Society
8/10/15

HSP/LCP Fellow and PhD Candidate Kathryn Falvo discusses the Vegetarianism movement and the Bible Christian Society in the 19th Century. The Bible Christian society was the largest group of vegetarians in the United States.

Stories from the Archive - Mathew Cary and the Move to Stereotyping
7/24/15

PhD candidate in American Literature Jeffrey Makala discusses printer/publisher Mathew Carey's involvement regarding the shift from standing type to stereotype plates in the early 19th century.

Richardson Dilworth: Last of the Bare Knuckled Aristocrats
6/26/15

In a lecture recorded at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Journalist Peter Binzen and his son, Jonathan, will discuss their new book, Richardson Dilworth: The Last of the Bare Knuckled Aristocrats.  Binzen knew Dilworth well, covering him for many years as a reporter. A politician and liberal reformer, Richardson Dilworth served as mayor of Philadelphia from 1956-1962.  Among his many achievements, his vision for the city shaped much of what we recognize about Philadelphia today: Independence Mall, Society Hill, SEPTA, and the public park system.

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