The OAH Exhibit Hall is an important feature of the Annual Meeting, providing you with access to the newest scholarship (and old favorites!); demonstrating the newest technologies and changing trends; and allowing you to connect with people who can help build your knowledge and skills for your professional profile. The Exhibit Hall is also crucial in maintaining the offerings of the OAH Annual Meeting. Help support the profession by exploring and connecting with the many exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall!
Exhibit Hall Hours
Thursday, April 4 | 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday, April 5 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 6 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Visit the displays at the entrance of the Exhibit Hall to learn about local area museums, archives, organizations, and associations, including:
- African American Museum of Philadelphia
- American Swedish Historical Museum
- Grand Army of the Republic Museum & Library
- Hagley Museum & Library
- Independence National Historical Park
- Mütter Museum/Historical Library/Wood Institute for the History of Medicine
- Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
- Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks
- Presbyterian Historical Society
- Science History Institute
- The Athenaeum of Philadelphia
- The Foundations of The Union League of Philadelphia
The Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library
The Grand Army of the Republic Civil war Museum and Library is the single museum in the City of Philadelphia dedicated to the history of the Civil War. The museum is the direct descendant of the Memorial Hall Museum of Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Post 2 of Philadelphia. Our collection consists of singularly historic artifacts, relics, photographs, documents, memorabilia, and an extensive research archive. We are pleased to present a select group of artifacts, relics and photographs that express the bravery of the men who gave so much for their beliefs during the four years of the Civil War. Each of these items has a historical provenance from the original Post 2 collection.
Colony to Community: The Story of New Sweden
Colony to Community: The Story of New Sweden describes the journey of Swedes and Finns who came to the Delaware Valley in 1638 to establish the New Sweden Colony, an outpost to give Sweden a foothold in the growing fur and tobacco trades. From landfall in Wilmington, Delaware in 1638 and cultivating peaceful trade relationships with the Lenape and Susquehannock Indians, to suffering relentless pressure from the Dutch and eventual abandonment by the Homeland, this exhibit explores the countless obstacles that New Sweden colonists endured.
Through rare collection objects, historic documents and images, this traveling exhibition explores the origins of the New Sweden Colony, the cultural endurance of the
settlement that made it possible for Swedes and Finns to continue to immigrate to the area in the 18th and 19th centuries and how we preserve the past by commemorating New Sweden’s legacy today.
Carved in Stone: American Monuments, Myths, and Memory
The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League (ALF) is proud to participate in the 2019 OAH Conference.
The ALF promotes the heritage and spirit of The Union league of Philadelphia by educating and inspiring League members and the greater community. This work is done through exhibits, programs, tours, historic collections, and teacher resources.
While in town for the conference, visit the Heritage Center – home of the ALF and the site for the current exhibit, Carved in Stone: American Monuments, Myths, and Memory. From Charlottesville to Philadelphia’s City Hall, Carved in Stone sheds light on the history and future of monuments. Through images and sculptures from the Union League and Confederate collections, the exhibit explores the history and current controversy of monuments in the United States.
This exhibit has regular public hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 6pm, and the second Saturday of each month from 1 to 4pm, but will be open for the duration of the OAH conference. Visit us at 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Visit www.ulheritagecenter.org, call 215-587-6442, or e-mail email@example.com for more info.
Visit the Carved in Stone museum display to learn more.
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Beacon Press—Booth 312
Thursday, April 4, 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
- Scott Stern: author of The Trials of Nina McCall: Sex Surveillance, and the Decades-Long Government Plan to Imprison "Promiscuous" Women
Friday, April 5, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
- Imani Perry: author of Looking for Lorraine: The Radiant and Radical Life of Lorraine Hansberry
- Paul Ortiz author of An African American and Latinx History of the United States
Friday, April 5, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
- Annelise Orleck: author of "We Are All Fast-Food Workers Now": The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages
Saturday, April 6, 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
- Mary Frances Berry: author of History Teaches Us to Resist: How Progressive Movements Have Succeeded in Challenging Times
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With origins dating back to 1478, Oxford
University Press is the world’s largest university press. Our History program spans the academic and higher education spectrum, including books, journals, and online products.
In addition to award-winning and innovative online research products, Oxford publishes a wide array of
scholarly and general interest books to meet all of your research and teaching needs. Taken together, our History program seeks and supports excellence in research, scholarship, and education. Oxford is the proud publisher of the Journal of American History.
Bedford St. Martins / Macmillan Learning Bedford continues to be fully dedicated to students and instructors of history. At Bedford / St. Martin's website (macmillanlearning.com/history), you’ll find detailed information about our history books and media, including
|University of Michigan
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS)
Office of the Provost
Office of Research
Cambridge University Press publishes books and journals of both depth and breadth, ranging in subject matter from late antiquity to the present day, international in scope and embracing new approaches. Modern American History, launched in 2018, showcases top-quality, emerging research on the history of the United States since the 1890s.
Every weekend C-SPAN3 offers American History TV – 48 hours of people and events that help document the American story. Hear eyewitness accounts of the events that have shaped our nation. Come along with our cameras to museums and history sites. Watch archival speeches from former presidents and other national leaders. We also take you to the classrooms of leading professors and to lectures and symposiums featuring prominent historians.
Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. HUP’s publication program is driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever before for understanding critical issues facing the world today.
Explore Pearson's interactive digital platform Revel History. Designed for how you want to teach — and how your students want to learn! pearsonhighered.com/revel
|University of California Press
|University of Georgia Press
|University of North Carolina Press
Founded in 1890, the University of Pennsylvania Press is among the oldest scholarly imprints in America and remains dedicated today to publishing works of distinction.
|W. W. Norton|
|Duke University Press
Penguin Random House, the world’s largest English language trade publisher, brings you award-winning American History titles spanning from the Colonial Period to the Twenty-First Century
Founded in 1918, the University of Illinois Press is a leading publisher in American history and culture, with pioneering books and journals publications in African American, labor, sports, gender, media, and disability history.
UPK publishes books on American history and politics, including military history, environmental studies, American studies, legal history, Native American studies, and Kansas and the Midwest.
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|George Mason University|
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|Ingram Academic Services|
|Middle Tennessee State University|
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|Sam Houston State University|
|Society for Historians in the Guilded Age and Progressive Era (SHGAPE)|
|TR Historical Enterprises Ltd.|
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|University of Georgia Press|
|University of Illinois Press|
|University of Michigan, African Studies (DAAS)|
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