Logos for 66 local historical societies

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The History List (www.TheHistoryList.com) is the largest list of history-related events across the country.

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The History List is used by history-related groups and organizations to publicize their events, sites, and exhibits to people in their community, state, and region, and to people who are planning a trip from another region. There is no cost to list. Free tools make it easy to share a constantly-updated list of events with partners, members, fans, and the media. For state and national organizations, The History List's tools provide an easy way to power a calendar with activities entered by participating organizations and displayed immediately on one searchable, sortable calendar, as well as on calendars throughout their network.

The logos shown are owned by the respective organizations and were selected to represent the wide variety of graphic styles used.

April 30, 2014: When original posted, the slides featured 50 logos; we've added more so that the total is up to 66.

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Logos for 66 local historical societies

  1. Logos for 66 local historical societies
  2. This collection of logos for local historical society was originally compiled August 26, 2012 and has been updated as we’ve come across interesting logos. The current version is as of April 30, 2014. The logos are owned by their respective organizations and were selected to represent the wide variety of graphical styles used. Comments can be sent to Editor@TheHistoryList.com. This collection of logos for local historical society was originally compiled August 26, 2012 and has been updated as we’ve come across interesting logos. The current version is as of April 30, 2014. The logos are owned by their respective organizations and were selected to represent the wide variety of graphical styles used. Comments can be sent to Editor@TheHistoryList.com.
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  4. The History List “The History List is quickly becoming a pioneer on the web for historical institutions.” Jodie McMenamin Development Officer USS Constitution Museum More information about The History List, including how you can participate, appears after the logo slides.
  5. Palm Beach County Historical Society West Palm Beach, FL San Francisco Museum and Historical Society San Francisco, CA
  6. Manheim Township Historical Society Lancaster, PA Switzerland County Historical Society Vevay, IN
  7. Aspen Historical Society Aspen, CO Port Norris Historical Society Port Norris, NJ
  8. Detroit Historical Society Detroit, MI Washington Historical Society Washington, MO
  9. The Berlin Historical Society Kensington, CT Rock Island County Historical Society Moline, IL
  10. Montauk Historical Society Montauk, NY Croton-On-Hudson Historical Society Croton-on-Hudson, NY
  11. Hermosa Beach Historical Society Hermosa Beach, CA Milwaukee Historical Society Milwaukee, WI
  12. Floral Park Historical Society Floral Park, New York Westonka Historical Society Mound, MN
  13. Walkertown Area Historical Society Walkertown, NC  Brown County Historical Society Green Bay, WI 
  14. Dunmore Historical Society Dunmore, PA Manitowoc County Historical Society Manitowoc, WI
  15. Maui Historical Society Wailuku, HI Aspen Historical Society Aspen, CO
  16. Oconto County Historical Society Oconto, WI Door County Historical Society Sturgeon Bay, WI
  17. Howell Historical Society  Howell, NJ Passaic County Historical Society Paterson, NJ
  18. Clarksville Region Historical Society El Dorado Hills, CA Waldo Historical Society Waldo, FL
  19. Martinsville-Henry County Historical Society Martinsville, VA Bingham County Historical Society Blackfoot, ID
  20. West Nassau Historical Society Callahan, FL Marilla Historical Society Marilla, NY
  21. Isanti County Historical Society Cambridge, MN Sperry Historical Society Sperry, OK
  22. Peoria Historical Society Peoria, IL Josephine County Historical Society Grants Pass, OR
  23. West Tennessee Historical Society Knoxville, Tennessee Sausalito Historical Society Sausalito, CA  
  24. Valley Falls Historical Society Valley Falls, KS Wilson County Historical Society  Floresvile, TX
  25. New Bloomfield Area Historical Society New Bloomfield, MO Union County Historical Society Lewisburg, PA
  26. The Lexington Historical Society Lexington, MA Mathews County Historical Society Mathews, VA
  27. Marshfield Historical Society Marshfield, MA Central Sierra Historical Society Shaver Lake, CA
  28. Stowe Historical Society Stowe, VT Stowe Historical Society Stowe, VT
  29. Richmond Hill Historical Society Richmond Hill, GA Georgetown County Historical Society Georgetown, SC
  30. Richfield Historical Society Richfield, WI  Apopka Historical Society Apopka, FL
  31. Summit Historical Society Summit, CO Haycock Historical Society Quakertown, PA
  32. Manchester Historical Society Summit, CO Sand Lake Historical Society Averill Park, NY
  33. Brooklyn Historical Society Brooklyn, NY Forestville Historical Society Forestville, CA
  34. Des Moines Historical Society Des Moines, WA Goochland County Historical Society Goochland, VA
  35. Southern Oregon Historical Society Medford, OR Rialto Historical Society Rialto, CA
  36. Hermantown Historical Society Hermantown, MN Gilman Historical Society Gilman, IL
  37. Rehoboth Beach Historical Society Rehoboth Beach, DE North End Historical Society Boston, MA
  38. The History List •State and local historical societies, museums, preservation organizations, historic sites, reenactment groups, associations, and other national, regional, state, and local history organizations list their organizations, events, sites, and exhibits.
  39. The History List •Focused exclusively on history and history-related organizations. •There is no cost to list. •It’s copy-and-paste simple, with nearly unlimited room for text, pictures, and video. •Anyone who is signed in—staff, interns, volunteers—can add or edit.
  40. The History List •With The History List, associations, CVBs, DMOs, state historical societies, and other local, state, regional, and national organizations can add a continually updated list of events to their site without writing any code. •Using a click-to-build interface, they select the organizations whose events they want to display in their calendar, and within a few minutes have what they need to add to their site. From there, all events from those organizations appear in their calendar automatically. The event lists on these sites—the Kentucky Historical Society, the Montana Historical Society’s statewide “Women’s History Matters” project, and the Marlborough Historical Society—are powered by The History List.
  41. “The Massachusetts Historical Society offers most more than 100 public programs and events each year. What makes The History List different is its targeted approach. “It is an easy-to-use online resource that connects history enthusiasts to history-related events and programs.” Carol Knauff Assistant Director of Development for Communications Massachusetts Historical Society
  42. “Each year Historic New England presents hundreds of public events and programs at dozens of sites in five states. Unlike other event-listing websites, by focusing exclusively on history, The History List connects our events to a highly targeted audience and helps that audience understand the full range of our offerings.” Rob Watson Marketing Manager Historic New England
  43. “There are plenty of calendar services available online, but only The History List caters specifically to the history community. Their event-listing services are intuitive and easy, their creators are smart and friendly, and our ability to communicate with like-minded individuals and institutions about our events and programming has never been easier because of them. I’d tell any history-related organization, if you aren’t using The History List, you’re overlooking an extremely useful and effective tool.” Matt Wilding Media and Content Manager Freedom Trail Foundation
  44. “The History List is quickly becoming a pioneer on the web for historical institutions.” “Everything we are looking to share with the public is at our finger tips, easy to use, and well thought out.” Jodie McMenamin Development Officer USS Constitution Museum Comments from some early participants
  45. Lee Wright Lee@TheHistoryList.com Twitter: TheHistoryList 8/25/12

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