Historians are joining Wikipedia instead of fighting it
Here, in alphabetical order, from Ancient Egypt to West Virginia, are over 30 other specialized history Wikiprojects, with lists of their contributors. There are, obviously, many gaps -- fields that are not covered. Think of them as opportunities.
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Randll Reese Besch - 8/8/2007
Just what is needed to shore up the bonifides of Wikipedia.
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