Amateur Historians

History is not only a discipline to be carried out in formal academic circles. It is a discipline widely relevant to every day life and interesting to people of all sorts of different vocations. This group is people who love history, not as a course of formal study or as a career, but as a matter of self-education.

TopicTopicMessagesLast Message 
Must Read Historical Books6 unread / 6Tess_W, October 2020
History blog?17 unread / 17ntyork, March 2014
Fellow amateur historians, what books that you've read in 2009 do you recommend?11 unread / 11hollyness, July 2010
website on Emperor Frederick II von Hohenstaufen1 unread / 1gregordijkhuis, January 2010
New video interview with David Hackett Fischer1 unread / 1RichardBorkow, July 2009
Help to identify a WWI tank?3 unread / 3TLCrawford, April 2009
RESOURCE: "Free" Primary and Secondary Sources ... where do you find yours?11 unread / 11ThePam, March 2009
Baltimore history??2 unread / 2ServusLibri, March 2009
Daniel Boorstin and Jacques Barzun1 unread / 1sergerca, January 2009
OK Amateur Historians, What are You Reading For the 2nd Half of '08 (July =>December)27 unread / 27sergerca, December 2008
History in the News1 unread / 1ThePam, September 2008
Have Any of You Ever heard of the Salt Wars in Texas???3 unread / 3ThePam, September 2008
OK Amateur Historians, What are You Reading in the 2nd Quarter of '08 (Apr, May, June)29 unread / 29GoofyOcean110, June 2008
First history book15 unread / 15wildbill, April 2008
Alright Amateur Historians...Whatcha Reading in March22 unread / 22DevourerOfBooks, April 2008
Who am I? Why am I here?9 unread / 9wildbill, March 2008
So What Are You Reading Now?26 unread / 26wildbill, February 2008
Interests23 unread / 23ThePam, November 2007
Shared Books3 unread / 3Ammianus, October 2007
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