The Encyclopedia of Local History addresses nearly every aspect of local history, including everyday issues, theoretical approaches, and trends in the field. This encyclopedia provides both the casual browser and the dedicated historian with adept commentary by bringing the voices of over one hundred experts together in one place.

Authoritative yet accessible, comprehensive yet charming, Carol Kammen and Amy H. Wilson’s volume is a deep resource for historical organizations of any size.

The second edition features new essays about doing local history in each U.S. state and Canadian province and addresses problems, process, and technological changes in the field. Kammen and Wilson incorporate both technology and international perspectives to show how the field has grown in the 21st century.

This book remains a handy reference tool that no local historian’s desk should be without!

978-0-7591-2048-8 — Hardback

978-0-7591-2050-1 — eBook