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Longwood University offers public history students a three hundred level class, Public History 316.  This class

develops the public historian in the appropriate subjects that one would focus as a career in the public history field.

One assignment in the Public History 316 class is to trace his or her family genealogy and map the information out in a web

page or other computer program.  Below are some examples of student genealogical research: (Note: Some links open to PowerPoint and Excel)

Callan Anna Brownlee Campbell Long Emily
Brownlee
Pollock Roberts    
Davis Robbins Beck Holland Butcher Gregory Clark    
Butcher Owen Davis Yarbrough Hoal Austin Betts Shackelford    
Anglin Klein Daniel Davis Leonard Valicenti Nemeth Clift    
Proffitt Coleman Nichols Bonney Russ