This article chronicles the accomplishments and careers of ten graduates of the 1982 Seminar for Historical Administration.

The program is intended to shape leaders in the history field and impart the knowledge necessary for furthering the field and educating the subsequent generation of historians.

The article concludes that based on the Class of 82 following graduation, the SHA program is successful in producing leaders that become friends and then colleagues whose life work has centered around furthering the history field.

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