60 Best History Blogs and Websites

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Here are 60 Best History Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Ancient Origins

Ancient Origins The goal of Ancient Origins is to highlight recent archaeological discoveries, peer-reviewed academic research and evidence, as well as offering alternative viewpoints and explanations of science, archaeology, mythology, religion and history around the globe.
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2. The New York Public Library Blog

The New York Public Library Blog Explore expert-curated lists filled with must-read books across all genres. Or take a deep dive into The New York Public Library's research collections with posts written by our librarians, curators, and staff. And discover the diverse array of programs, resources, services, and materials offered by NYPL.
Facebook Followers 314.6KTwitter Followers 2.4MInstagram Followers 521.3K Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 87 Get Email Contact

3. History Today

History Today History Today is the world's leading serious history magazine. We publish the world's leading scholars, on all periods, regions, and themes of history.
Facebook Followers 715.8KTwitter Followers 320.5K Frequency 2 posts / day Domain Authority 69 more » Get Email Contact

4. Naval History Magazine

Naval History Magazine Bringing the history of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard to life. Naval History Magazine is the most fascinating journal of its kind seeking to educate, preserve, and share naval history.
Facebook Followers 625KTwitter Followers 179.7KInstagram Followers 31.5K Frequency 5 posts / month Domain Authority 74 more » Get Email Contact

5. LSE History

LSE History Explore stories from the archives to find out more about the people, places, and events of LSE's past and library archives. Commissioned in 2013, the LSE History Timeline seeks to provide a comprehensive and visually engaging introduction to the School's fascinating history.
Facebook Followers 621.8KTwitter Followers 131.4KInstagram Followers 397.1K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 88 more » Get Email Contact

6. Ancient Pages

Ancient Pages Founded in 2009, Ancient Pages is today one of the world's largest sites covering all about the ancient world. If you are interested in ancient mysteries, history, myths, legends, sacred writings, Biblical mysteries, and archaeology news - then you have come to the right place.
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7. The History Blog

The History Blog Hello, I am Livius. I created this history blog page because my interests are primarily European ancient and medieval. Here I am providing general blogs on history, historical podcasts, historical illustrations, ancient books, and many more. I also intend to make a note of all the topically relevant books I read, and a list of all the topically relevant books sitting in a pile glaring at me.
Facebook Followers 684 Frequency 1 post / day Since Jun 2006 Domain Authority 71 more » Get Email Contact

8. Natural History Museum Blog

Natural History Museum Blog Welcome to the blog from the Natural History Museum in London, where our curators, researchers, librarians, staff, and volunteers will be bringing you a behind-the-scenes look at what they do and why. The Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and a leading science research center. We use our unique collections and unrivaled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. We care for more than 80 million objects spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually.
Facebook Followers 606.9KTwitter Followers 2.3MInstagram Followers 840K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 18 more » Get Email Contact

9. Texas Historical Commission Blog

Texas Historical Commission Blog The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is the state agency for historic preservation. We save the real places that tell the real stories of Texas.
Facebook Followers 112.7KTwitter Followers 22.6KInstagram Followers 59.4K Frequency 4 posts / quarter Domain Authority 85 more » Get Email Contact

10. Active History

Active History Read amusing articles, historical anecdotes, and other stories in this space. Active History is a resource to help connect historians with the public, policymakers, and the media. We publish short papers by historians on a range of topics and blog posts on historians that engage with the internet and the public sphere.
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11. University of St Andrews Special Collections Blog

University of St Andrews Special Collections Blog The University Library's Special Collections blog highlights items from the collections to explore their past and context. The University of St Andrews is a public university in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It is the oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland.
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12. On History Blog

On History Blog On History is a digital magazine produced by the Institute of Historical Research, the national centre for the study of history in the UK. Our aim is to publish accessible and engaging articles that reflect on contemporary issues facing our discipline and deepen public understanding of the past.
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13. Missouri State History Blog

Missouri State History Blog Explore the blog for articles depicting the history of Missouri. Missouri State University is a public university system with students who come from all over Missouri, the nation, and the world. We are a close-knit community of passionate and steadfast learners committed to ethical leadership, cultural competence and community engagement.
Facebook Followers 91.9KTwitter Followers 60.5KInstagram Followers 48.7K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 80 more » Get Email Contact

14. National Library of Scotland Blog

National Library of Scotland Blog A blog about the work and collections of the National Library of Scotland. From our curators, subject experts and guest bloggers. National Library of Scotland is a treasure trove of Scotland's knowledge, history, and culture with collections on every subject.
Facebook Followers 56.9KTwitter Followers 61.3K Frequency 3 posts / month Domain Authority 68 more » Get Email Contact

15. History Collections Blog

History Collections Blog Find out more about history collections and History Day. The History Collections website and the annual History Day are a collaborative initiative of the Institute of Historical Research and Senate House Library alongside members of the History Research Libraries Committee.
Facebook Followers 5.9KTwitter Followers 53.3KInstagram Followers 1.5K Frequency 7 posts / quarter Domain Authority 64 more » Get Email Contact

16. Blogging Hoosier History

Blogging Hoosier History The University Archives is a department within the IU Library system. As archives, our primary mission is to collect, organize, preserve and make accessible records documenting Indiana University's origins and development and the activities and achievements of its officers, faculty, students, alumni, and benefactors.
Facebook Followers 860Twitter Followers 8.1K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 83 more » Get Email Contact

17. Folger Shakespeare Library » The Collation

Folger Shakespeare Library » The Collation The Collation is a gathering of useful information and observations from staff and researchers of the Folger Shakespeare Library. The Folger is a world-class center for scholarship, learning, culture, and the arts, and this blog seeks to present bite-sized glimpses of the materials found within our walls, along with the questions and answers they prompt.
Facebook Followers 124.3KTwitter Followers 10.3KInstagram Followers 34.4K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 69 more » Get Email Contact

18. Process: a blog for american history

Process: a blog for american history Process is the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian, dedicated to exploring the process of doing history and the multifaceted ways of engaging with the U.S. past.
Facebook Followers 1KTwitter Followers 2.9K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 48 more » Get Email Contact

19. Appalachian History

Appalachian History Appalachian History has been digging up stories, quotes and anecdotes about the region since 2006. Special emphasis on the 1880s to 1950s time period, when the concept of 'Appalachia' as place emerged.
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20. Carnegie Museum of Natural History Blog

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Blog Carnegie Museum of Natural History, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, is among the top natural history museums in the country. It maintains, preserves, and interprets an extraordinary collection of artifacts, objects, and scientific specimens used to broaden understanding of evolution, conservation, and biodiversity.
Facebook Followers 68.9KTwitter Followers 12.5KInstagram Followers 93.7K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 62 more » Get Email Contact

21. Following Hadrian

Following Hadrian My name is Carole Raddato. I love to share with other history fans all the incredible facts and stories that I discover throughout my journeys. I am neither a professional photographer nor an ancient history scholar, but I hope that everybody can enjoy my photos.
Facebook Followers 44.2KTwitter Followers 64K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 43 more » Get Email Contact

22. An Historian About Town

An Historian About Town I'm Jessica. I'm the Historian, and I am here to celebrate all things history, style, culture! Welcome to An Historian About Town, where you can find history, culture, and style! I believe that history, culture, and style should always be accessible, no matter where you are. We all have a history, and we are all history in the making.
Facebook Followers 355Twitter Followers 2.2K Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 28 more » Get Email Contact

23. The History of Parliament

The History of Parliament Blogging on parliament, politics, and people, from the History of Parliament. The History of Parliament is a major academic project to create a scholarly reference work describing the members, constituencies, and activities of the Parliament of England and the United Kingdom.
Twitter Followers 17.4K Frequency 4 posts / month Domain Authority 43 more » Get Email Contact

24. The Unwritten Record » Vietnam War

The Unwritten Record » Vietnam War The Unwritten Record is the National Archives and Records Administration's blog dedicated to special media holdings. The blog features information on fascinating finds, new accessions, preservation projects, and rediscoveries across the agency's non-textual holdings.
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25. Pieces of History

Pieces of History Pieces of History brings you the latest discoveries from the vast holdings of the Archives of more than 15 billion pages of records, miles and miles of tape and film, and a growing number of electronic records. We also bring to you information about the agency itself from our creation in 1934 to the establishment of the most recent Presidential library. Join us as we share stories from the National Archives!
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26. A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry Blog

A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry Blog Take a look at history and popular culture in A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry blog by Dr. Bret C. Devereaux, an ancient historian specializing in the Roman economy and military.
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27. Boundary Stones

Boundary Stones A blog about local history in Washington, D.C., suburban Maryland and northern Virginia.These pages (or pixels!) seek to uncover and share some of the stories that have helped to shape our community over the years -- some serious stuff, some light stuff, some photos, and even some videos.
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28. Historical Materialism Blog

Historical Materialism Blog Historical Materialism is a Marxist journal, appearing four times a year, based in London. Founded in 1997, it asserts that, not withstanding the variety of its practical and theoretical articulations, Marxism constitutes the most fertile conceptual framework for analysing social phenomena, with an eye to their overhaul.
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29. Susan Higginbotham

Susan Higginbotham I'm Susan. I write historical fiction and nonfiction set in medieval and Tudor England and, most recently, nineteenth-century America. As a writer of biographical fiction, one of my main goals is to avoid the stereotypes, myths, and misconceptions that have gathered around historical figures over the centuries.
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30. The History List Blog

The History List Blog Connecting people to the historical sites and events, reenactments, exhibits, walks, tours, lectures, and more in their community and across the country.
Facebook Followers 50.9KTwitter Followers 4.2KInstagram Followers 11.4K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 36 more » Get Email Contact

31. Frog in a Well

Frog in a Well On this blog, a group of students and scholars will post entries related to the history of Japan or other topics relevant to its study.
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32. Jaunting Jen

Jaunting Jen I'm Jen. Teacher, historian, traveler, yogi, bread-maker. Army Veteran with Multiple Sclerosis. This is a place to explore the history, travel, and everything else. History is cool, if you know where to look.
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33. History Sidebar

History Sidebar Writings on history and the production of history by David. David is a consulting historian doing oral histories, historical research, and historic preservation work.
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34. Thijs Porck Blog

Thijs Porck Blog Hello! I am a cultural historian of early medieval England, with a background in medieval history as well as English language and literature. On this website, you will find an overview of books and publications, conferences, teaching endeavours as well as my appearances in the media and my efforts to popularize my field (outreach).
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35. Ancientfoods

Ancientfoods Exploring the origins and history of food & drink around the world. My name is Joanna Linsley-Poe. I am a chef, artisan bread baker, ancient food historian, food archaeologist, and anthropologist as well as a writer. Although that sounds like quite a mouthful, I guess it's all about a love of history and food.
Facebook Followers 523 Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 29 more » Get Email Contact

36. Voyager of History

Voyager of History This blog is a selection of interesting things I've come across during my history research. I have a wide interest in history ranging from Wars of the Roses, country houses, Stuarts, Georgians, Louis XIV, Napoleon and criminals. So expect to see a bit of everything on here, with a focus on little known stories.
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37. The Magic Trawler

The Magic Trawler Welcome aboard 'The Magic Trawler' where we like to cast a very wide net over the last 500 years of Modern History and identify how germanely it explains today's social & political culture.
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38. Story Chronicles

Story Chronicles Story Chronicles is your gateway to the enthralling world of world history and ancient history. Delve into the depths of time as we embark on a journey of Cultural Heritage and magnificent History of places.
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39. BBC History Research Blog

BBC History Research Blog Every year the BBC opens its archives to a wide range of academics researching the BBC's role in national and international history. Their research leads to bestselling books, academic papers and in-depth journalistic articles. This blog reveals the variety of BBC themes explored by academia.
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40. The Historian

The Historian The Historian is a collaborative blog, published by the School of History at the Queen Mary University of London. On our blog, you will find the latest cutting-edge historical research as well our historians' reflections on global and local headlines.
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41. Facing Today

Facing Today Welcome to Facing Today, a Facing History blog. Facing History and Ourselves combats racism and antisemitism by using history to teach tolerance in classrooms around the globe.
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42. The biased historian Blog

The biased historian Blog My name is Molly, I'm a 24 year old History graduate and an aspiring Public/Gender Historian. This blog will be a mix of posts regarding what I've been studying, what I find interesting, what I find infuriating, and anything that I read/hear that sparks my interest. I plan to keep it relatively history-orientated.
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43. Chicago History Cop

Chicago History Cop I'm Ray Johnson. I am a former criminal investigator, author, lecturer and historian with a lifelong passion for the history of the Windy City.
Facebook Followers 1.4KTwitter Followers 331 Domain Authority 76 more » Get Email Contact

44. History From Below

History From Below Musings on daily life in the ancient and early medieval Mediterranean by Sarah E. Bond.
Twitter Followers 50.8K Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 46 more » Get Email Contact

45. AOTUS Blog

AOTUS Blog The blog of the Archivist of the United States - David S. Ferriero. David S. Ferriero was confirmed as 10th Archivist of the United States on November 6, 2009. Mr. Ferriero was in charge of collection strategy; conservation; digital experience; reference and research services; and education, programming, and exhibitions.
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46. Women of History

Women of History This is a site providing biographies of some of the fascinating women who have graced the pages of history, in addition to articles pertaining to history, and medieval and modern women. By Melisende - a passionate bibliophile, avid reader, writer, independent researcher, history buff, coffee drinker, cat owner.
Twitter Followers 1.2K Domain Authority 35 more » Get Email Contact

47. Hisdoryan

Hisdoryan Hi, I'm Claire. I'm a history blogger from Mid Wales on a mission to spread a love of the past. I'm also passionate about building a community of like-minded female history bloggers. Living in the past is easy with the Hisdoryan blog! Step this way for Welsh history and the latest in historical travel, period drama and more!
Facebook Followers 791Twitter Followers 5.8KInstagram Followers 7.2K Frequency 5 posts / year Since Jun 2018 Domain Authority 25 more » Get Email Contact

48. Rearview Mirror » History

Rearview Mirror » History Posts about History written by Robert Horvat. Rearview Mirror is a blog maintained by Robert Horvat containing information and articles on music, culture, film, art and history.
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49. You're History!

You're History! I'll be using this place to organize and share all the things I love doing. Among the topics, I like to study and write about are folklore, medieval life and times, American history up to the end of the Civil War, Connecticut and New England, travel, animals, plants, and gardening. I also will be posting reviews of books I've enjoyed.
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50. CuriosSpot

CuriosSpot Drive through ancient history, places, and myths! Curiosspot is a blog dedicated to ancient history and enriching tales and brings you stories of human origins, natural wonders, Fascinating architecture, spooky stories, and all types of mysteries!
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51. Points History

Points History Points is a group blog that brings together scholars and thinkers with wide-ranging expertise to produce original reflections about the history of drugs, medicines, alcohol, pharmacy, and their allied fields.
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Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
Robbie Mitchellancient-origins.net392
livius drususthehistoryblog.com188
Nathan Faldeancient-origins.net74
ashley cowieancient-origins.net56
Aleksa Vučkovićancient-origins.net54
Joanna Gillanancient-origins.net52
Ella Muirhistorytoday.com51
Cecilia Bogaardancient-origins.net43
Kirsty O'Rourkethehistoryofparliament.wordpress.com28
Jessie Kratzprologue.blogs.archives.gov27
Gary Mannersancient-origins.net25
Bret Devereauxacoup.blog23
Erin Southerlandcarnegiemnh.org19
Laura Madokoroactivehistory.ca13
Carly Ciufoactivehistory.ca11
Hafsa Subhancuriosspot.com10
J. Everestthemagictrawler.com10
Sean Grahamactivehistory.ca8
Isabel Sansboundarystones.weta.org8
Alan Baumlerfroginawell.net7
David Rotensteinblog.historian4hire.net7
Dave Tablerappalachianhistory.net6
Lex Leighancient-origins.net6
Willem McLoudancient-origins.net6
Justin Minskerthc.texas.gov6
Martin Spychalthehistoryofparliament.wordpress.com6
Sara Wilmshurstactivehistory.ca5
Caleb Stromancient-origins.net5
Erin Blakecollation.folger.edu5
Kerry Sullivanancient-origins.net4
Mario Bartoliniancient-origins.net4
micki pistoriusancient-origins.net4
Abbie Weinbergcollation.folger.edu4
dori remastorychronicles.com4
K. M. Lawsonfroginawell.net3
Jo Otrembablogs.libraries.indiana.edu3
Jennifer Pnaturalhistorymuseum.blog3
Dr Richard Marrancaancient-origins.net3
Joe Greenancient-origins.net3
Jonathon Perrinancient-origins.net3
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