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A '''historian''' is one who records or catalogs either past occurrences or contemporary happenings in an organized form for the sake of preserving that knowledge for the present and [[future]] generations.  For a list of some famous historians, click on the category below.
 
A '''historian''' is one who records or catalogs either past occurrences or contemporary happenings in an organized form for the sake of preserving that knowledge for the present and [[future]] generations.  For a list of some famous historians, click on the category below.
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{{quotebox|professional historians face a skeptical public inclined to discard their assertions if these challenge widely held beliefs without convincing evidence. Such is the price of living in a pluralist democracy. [http://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/hamby.htm] }}
  
 
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Revision as of 11:41, 30 April 2008

A historian is one who records or catalogs either past occurrences or contemporary happenings in an organized form for the sake of preserving that knowledge for the present and future generations. For a list of some famous historians, click on the category below.

professional historians face a skeptical public inclined to discard their assertions if these challenge widely held beliefs without convincing evidence. Such is the price of living in a pluralist democracy. [1]