By Bonnie K. Goodman

Ms. Goodman was the Editor / Features Editor at HNN, where she worked from 2004 to 2010. She has a BA in History & Art History & a Masters in Library and Information Studies, both from McGill University, and has done graduate work in Jewish history at Concordia University as part of the MA in Judaic Studies program. She is now the editor of History Musings: History, News & Politics.


Writer, “On This Day in History” feature, HNN, http://hnn.us/blogs/70.html (debuted December 2007)

Editor, “History Buzz,” HNN, (debuted November 2005) weekly history news headlines column, http://hnn.us/blogs/52.html

Editor, “Top Young Historians” feature, HNN, http://hnn.us/roundup/49.html (debuted November 2005)

Editor, “History Doyens” feature, HNN, http://hnn.us/roundup/54.html (debuted January 2006)

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  1. Treacy

     /  May 24, 2009

    Dear HNN,

    I am looking for a history book I read in the 1990’s that was contraversial during the period of re-thinking the history we teach our children. It was written by an historia out of Harvard (I think) and was called something like “The Making of a National Character”? It told the story of US History from the perspective of those who lost power; the native americans, the african Americans, etc. I am having the hardest time finding it. Does anyone know the book or its title?

    Thankyou in advance


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