Welcome to the Society for History in the Federal Government (SHFG) web page—a resource that draws from and highlights a rich mix of federal history work performed by public, academic, and private historians, as well as archivists, curators, documentary editors, [...]
Documenting the people and events that the parks honor ...
Collecting data in Afghanistan
"Civic Engagement" for historic preservation
Unethical STD Research in Guatemala, 1946-48
The Second Series of the newsletter commenced with the Spring 2004 issue, and is sent quarterly to Society members.Read the Federalist
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A brochure that traces the operations of the three-day battle using maps and illustrations.
The Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863 continues the series of campaign brochures commemorating our national sacrifices during the American Civil
In the story of what many historians have called the South’s greatest victory during the Civil War, Gen. Robert E. Lee drove the Federals from the field after three days of intense fighting.
The Chancellorsville Campaign, January–May 1863 By Bradford A. Wineman In The Chancellorsville Campaign, January–May 1863, author Bradford
A catalog of primary documents, artifacts, images, and transcripts that explore the U.S. role in the crisis
For two weeks in fall 1962, with the leaders of the two superpowers locked in a standoff, the world teetered on the brink of thermonuclear war.
The first brochure published in the U.S. Army Campaigns of the Vietnam War series.
A review of the activity of the U.S. Army in Vietnam beginning with members of the U.S. Office of Strategic Services in early 1945 through the
We learn some enduring lessons about distances, terrain, and the need for a versatile, adaptive, and agile force.
The Army in the Pacific: A Century of Engagement By James C. McNaughton This study offers an overview of the Army’s history in this rapidly
Discover the Seventh Fleet's rich and storied history.
Ready Seapower: A History of the U.S. Seventh Fleet, by Edward J. Marolda, 2012. ISBN 978-0-945274-67-4, paperback, 211 p., ill., $37. GPO Stock No.
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