Supplement to the 123rd Annual Meeting

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  Supplement to the 123rd Annual Meeting

Contents of the online version of the print edition

The 123rd Annual Meeting

  • Final Reminders about
    Housing, Travel, and
    Ground Transportation

    by Sharon K. Tune
  • Important Details about
    the 123rd Annual Meeting

    by Sharon K. Tune
  • The 123rd General Meeting
    by Sharon K. Tune
  • National History Education Clearinghouse Workshop
  • Corrections to the 2009
    Annual Meeting Program
  • Attention Public Historians
    by Debbie Ann Doyle
  • Making Presentations Accessible
  • Highlighted Program Themes
    by Felice Lifshitz
  • Teaching Sessions at the
    123rd Annual Meeting

New York City and Historians

  • Visiting New York City
    with Children

  • The People Ride in a Hole in the Ground: The New York Subway
  • Holy Gotham
  • Of Monuments and Memories:
    New York City's Burial Sites
    and Cemeteries

  • How to Act Like a New Yorker
    by , , , , and
  • Public Spaces in New York
  • Gay New York
  • A West Side Story:
    Walking around Hell's Kitchen

  • A Tour of Ground Zero
    and Lower Manhattan

  • Wall Street
    by Steve Fraser
  • Union Square:
    A Memorable Place for Radicals


New York City and Historians

  • The Eleanor Roosevelt Statue
    in Riverside Park

  • Born Again in East Harlem
  • Immigration and Rebirth in Washington Heights: A Walking Tour
    by Robert W. Snyder
  • Queens: Inside an Outer Borough
    by Brenda Elsey
  • Visiting Brooklyn
  • Exploring the Grand Concourse with Students from the Bronx High School of Visual Arts
  • And Staten Island, Too
  • One Local's Suggestions for
    Downtown Restaurants

  • "Have You Eaten Yet?" A Short History of Chinese Restaurants
  • Cheap Eats in New York City
    by Suzanne Wasserman

The Job Center and Exhibit Hall

  • Don't Panic! Frequently Asked Questions about the Job Center
    by David M. Darlington
  • AHA Guide to the Hiring Process
  • Exhibitor's Index /
    Map of the Exhibit Hall

On the cover of the print edition: Times Square, New York City, 1960 /1 postcard: 16 x 23 cm. Courtesy of the Douglas Leigh papers, 1903-1999, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Edited and Produced by Debbie Ann Doyle and Chris Hale.
Published by the American Historical Association