Monthly Archives: March 2012

What We See is What We Think We See

In history, as in life, what we see is what we think. Or maybe more precisely, what we see is what we think we see. Have you ever brought home a piece of fruit from the grocery store only to … Continue reading

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Ite Maza Speaks

I’m rounding up primary sources for my daughter’s sixth grade history teacher to supplement Northern Lights: The Stories of Minnesota’s Past (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2003). Sixth grade isn’t exactly the coolest time to be proud of your mom, except … Continue reading

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