Dr. Michael Gabriel recently published, Physician Soldier, The South Pacific Letters of Captain Fred Gabriel from the 39th Station Hospital through Texas A & M University Press. It is a compilation of letters that his father, Dr. Fred Gabriel, wrote home during World War II while he was serving in the Pacific Theater as a physician.
Mitch Oller presents at Medieval Conference at Moravian College December 2019
"... I wanted to use modern technology to view historical documents in different way. “The Domesday Book” is a lot easier to get through when you have a visual. I won second place at the conference.”
Abby-Rae Knappenberger presents at the Medieval Conference at Moravian College
NHD 2021 will be held virtually on February 27, 2021
Contact Dr. John Delaney is you'd like to be a judge. For other questions please contact Dr. Gabriel.
More Information on National History Day
NHD engages students in grades 6-12 in the process of discovery and interpretation of historical topics. Students produce dramatic performances, imaginative exhibits, multimedia documentaries, websites, and papers based on research related to an annual theme. Individually or in teams of two to five, students research a historical topic, develop a thesis, and create a project to present their argument. Students enter their projects in local and regional competitions and compete for the opportunity to advance to higher levels of competition.
The NHD program teaches students important literacy skills and engages them in the use and understanding of museum and library resources. The program inspires students to study local, regional, or state history and challenges them to expand their thinking and apply that knowledge to the national or even worldwide scene. The program also teaches students to become technologically literate through the use of computer and Internet research methods and the use of technologically advanced applications in their presentations.
Dr. Michael Gabriel contributes to a documentary, "Hallowed Ground: New York's Forgotten Revolutionary War Battlefields." More information HERE.
Dr. Christine Saidi's blog about her trip to Africa during Summer 2017 can be found HERE.