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Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, HSP's scholarly magazine published since 1877, is one of the country's most prestigious state historical journals. PMHB is a benefit for Friends of HSP and is also available to individual and institutional subscribers.

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Latest Issue

141 Volume: 141, Number: 3
October 2017
This special issue explores class tensions inherent in colonial attempts to secure gentility through education; the Civil War-era Free Military School, which trained white officers to command black troops; the career of civil rights activist and educator Nellie Rathbone Bright; and the changing role of the university president after World War II.

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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography is issuing a call for articles to be included in a special issue on incarceration in Pennsylvania (October 2019).

Recent Issues

October 2008
Volume 132, Number 4
July 2008
Volume 132, Number 3
April 2008
Volume 132, Number 2
January 2008
Volume 132, Number 1
October 2007
Volume 131, Number 4
July 2007
Volume 131, Number 3
April 2007
Volume 131, Number 2
January 2007
Volume 131, Number 1

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