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Research Projects

Previous Publications by Robert Weible


Principle Investigator:
Weible, R.


Project Years:


  • Editor with Francis R. Walsh: The Popular Perception of Industrial History (Lanham, MD: AASLH Library), 1989
  • Editor: Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History, 1982 and 1983 (Lanham, MD: AASLH Press), 1985
  • Editor: The Continuing Revolution: A History of Lowell, Massachusetts (Lowell: Lowell Historical Society), 1991
  • Editor: The World of the Industrial Revolution: Comparative and International Aspects of Industrialization (Lanham, MD: AASLH Press), 1986
  • Editor: With Oliver Ford and Paul Marion, Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History 1980 and 1981 (Lanham, MD: AASLH Press), 1981
  • Exhibition Coordinator, Fallingwater en Perspectiva: Felix de la Concha Paints Frank Lloyd Wright's House on the Waterfall, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, 2007-08
  • Exhibition Project Manager, Pennsylvania Works, Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, 1999-2000
  • Exhibition Project Manager, Steel: Made in Pennsylvania, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, the Payne Gallery (Moravian College), Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area, and Johnstown Area Heritage Association
  • Exhibition Project Manager, The Pennsylvania Voter: 200 Years of Keystone State Democracy, Pennsylvania Department of State, 1996-97
  • Lowell: Building a New Appreciation for Historical Place, The Public Historian, 6:3 (Summer 1984), 27-38
  • More than a place than represented to have been: East Chelmsford, 1775-1821, in Robert Weible, ed., Lowell: The Continuing Revolution (Lowell: Lowell Historical Society), 1991
  • The Aaronsburg Story, Pennsylvania Heritage, 25:4 (Fall 1999), 22-29
  • The Blind Man and His Dog: The Public and Its Historians, The Public Historian, 28:4 (Fall 2006), 9-17
  • The Case for Historical Markers in the Twenty-First Century, History News, 61:1 (Winter 2006), 19-24
  • Web Site Content Supervisor,, an interactive development sponsored by WITF, Harrisburg, and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 2000-2008
  • With Kathleen A. Pavelko, A New Twist for an Old Program: Making Historical Markers Relevant for the Twenty-First Century, History News, 58:4 (Autumn 2003), 15-19

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