Keeping Local History Alive

 “It’s important for people to know not only world history but the history of their communities, especially the inspiring things in their community. At a certain point, you’ve really got to focus on your roots and home, and especially during troubled times, there’s a stability that comes from being connected.” - Walter Isaacson, best-selling biographer, editor-at-large and senior adviser at Arcadia Publishing.
(Photo: "Walter Isaacson VF 2012 Shankbone 2" by David Shankbone / CC BY)

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Arcadia Publishing Featured Series - Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

America’s luscious landscapes are filled with a variety of lakes, rivers, mountains, and plains. During America’s infancy, our rivers transported our goods. Our mountains provided us our minerals and coal. Our forests and plains gave us our livestock and furs. Relive these experiences of our historical connection to nature and the outdoors by exploring our “Nature & Outdoors” collection.
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