Dan is a life-long Danvers resident and historian researching the Salem Village Witch-Hunt of 1692, and Danvers history in general. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead Museum in Danvers, and is a member of the Danvers Historical Society. His article, “Skeletons in the Closet: How the Actions of the Salem Witch Trials Victims’ Families in 1692 Affected Later Memorialization,” was recently published in the New England Journal of History (Fall 2019). He is currently working on a larger historical project researching the life of Rebecca Nurse, a victim of the 1692 Salem Village Witch-Hunt.
Welcome to The History Creatives Hub. This is the place to showcase the amazingly eclectic and talented people within the history loving community. I’m sure you’ll find, as I have, some wonderful blogs, podcasts, channels, products, authors and more to connect with.
And, if you’re reading this and run a history inspired venture then what are you waiting for…
History Blogging: 35 ideas for blog posts
Whether you’re a beginner or have been history blogging forever coming up with ideas for blog posts is a constant issue. Do any of these sound like you?
You have stacks of ideas (but no time)? You get overwhelmed researching a topic you love and struggle to create the actual blog post, which then drifts? You’re bouncing week to week writing blog post ideas that are just well okay? or perhaps you’re losing faith and need to add some variety and sparkle to your editorial calendar.
7 tips to sell history products in your emails without feeling awful.April 4, 2023/0 Comments
6 Types of History Blog Posts Which Always Seem to Get NoticedJanuary 19, 2023/
How to Take Notes Like a Pro for Your History Blog PostsNovember 1, 2022/
Should I Start a History Blog?October 3, 2022/
I'm Elizabeth Hill-Scott.
A life-long history fan since I saw my first English castle on a school trip. I’m using my experience in blogging, marketing and communications to teach you how to grow a fabulous history blog and business.