SHAFR 2013 Annual Meeting
Join Us for "America and the World–the World and America," the SHAFR 2013 Annual Meeting from 20-22 June 2013 in Arlington, Virginia
VP Logevall wins Pulitzer
SHAFR congratulates Vice President Fredrik Logevall for winning the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in History
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