Welcome to History? Because It's Here!
Hello and Welcome to History Because It's Here!
I am Kathy Warnes, and all of my life I have believed that history is more about people than dates, presidents and wars. Things that I firmly believe about history include:
- History is relevant. It needs to be studied to give people a sense of where their lives fit into historical context, to give them a sense of belonging and connection to the human family, and to visualize what their own lives can mean to history.
- Many of us are as Michael Crichton puts it, “temporal provincials.” Some people think that our own time is the only important, relevant time, and this attitude limits our spiritual and intellectual growth. History can show us all that stripped of 21st century technological trappings and attitudes, human nature has been consistent throughout history.
When I decided to build a history website, I wanted to create one that would illustrate that history can be interesting and fun as well as academic and intellectual. I will work consistently toward this goal in continuing to build this website.
I want to welcome you and encourage you to explore my history website and make return visits because I am constantly posting new material. I also welcome your comments at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For detailed credentials check my writing website, Kathy Warnes Writer
Other History Websites
Union City Pennsylvania's Past Lives
Windows to World History - Windows to World History
Women of Every Complexion and Complexity
History Because It's Here- American History
Magic Masts and Sturdy Ships
Meandering Michigan History - Meandering Michigan History
Written With the Wind. A website of poems, stories, articles and plays for children and their teachers.
Stories in Science - Science Fact and Science Fiction.
Here is the link for these books on my Amazon author page
Amy, Laura, and the Snowflake Bear
Don’t Fence Me In: Memories of the Fort Ontario Refugees and Their Friends
Downriver Prohibition: Its People and Perspectives
Ecorse, Michigan: A Brief History
Ecorse Along the Detroit River
Four Pigs, Four Wolves, and the Treaty of Styville
Granny Godfroy Grows Up!
Mary Walker’s Lighthouse
Rachel, a Prism of History: The Story of Rachel Jackson
Rhymes and Reasons for the Seasons
The Year the Teacher Lived with Jeb
Google Play Books
Abby the Good Soldier
Searching for Spring
Singing Bicycle Safety Songs and Rapping Bicycle Safety Rhythms
Ginger and Ollie’s GRRROUCHY Day
Sarah Smelly Boots
The Magic Canoe
The Wind is My True Friend
Henry the Gentle Giant and January the Mean
Solo Soldier’s Stories
Grouchy King Doom and the Land of Gloom
History Blogs: Monroe Memories and More
Onward Ohio History
Rafting the Waters and Pulling an Oar for Ecorse – The Story of the Ecorse Rowing Club
Kathy Covert Warnes