A few things online that caught my attention this week:
100 years of New York City subway photos.
Do the Narnia movies subvert C.S. Lewis’s hierarchical world?
17 million Americans are doing jobs that require less than the skill levels associated with a bachelor’s degree.
What to do in Boston during the AHA.
When did colonists learn of George II’s death?
Will Lincoln defeat Douglas, Bell, and Breckenridge on election day?
Six billion attend the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear
Kristof: Give Obama a break.
Tony Horwitz on the Civil War at 150.
Harvard University Press book jackets.
George Washington: Don’t bury me alive!
Gifts to Notre Dame plunged in the wake of Obama’s appearance in May 2009.
Beth Lewis Pardoe on Willa Cather.
A companion to Benjamin Carp’s Defiance of the Patriots: The Boston Tea Party and the Making of America.
Jill Lepore on the Tea Party and history.
Eddie Dean reviews James Kaplan, Frank: The Voice.
Claude R. Marx reviews Ron Chernow, Washington: A Life.
Paul M. says
The Narnia link was great John. Thanks.