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“United North Philadelphia Brings Reel Footage and Real People Together at the Wagner.” Michael Bixler, Hidden City Philadelphia, http://hiddencityphila.org/2015/04/unedited-north-philadelphia-brings-reel-footage-and-real-people-together-at-the-wagner/. 10 April 2015.

“Historian takes a mobile approach to oral history preservation.” Jenny Roberts, The Temple News. http://temple-news.com/lifestyle/historian-takes-mobile-approach-oral-history-preservation/. 03 February 2015.

“What We’re Reading,” Jacob Ingram, The American Historical Association Blog. http://blog.historians.org/2014/12/reading-december-18-2014/. 18 December 2014.

“Public History Truck Receives Grant to Expand its Mission,” Ann Goldfarb, Temple Office of Strategic Marketing & Communications, November 20, 2014.

“On a Cold November Weekend, The Philly History Truck Parties in North Philly,” Billy Penn, November 17,2014

“Philadelphia History Truck Hits the Streets of North Philadelphia.” Generocity.org. November 6, 2014.

“Storytelling Block Parties Featuring the Philadelphia Public History Truck.” Geekadelphia, November 6. 2014.

“With an eye for innovation, Barra Foundation revamps grantmaking approach.” Generocity.org. October 28,
2014.

“What you missed at #RiseConf Philly.” Technical.ly Philly. October 28, 2014

“Tricked Out Water Ice Truck Brings History to Your Neighborhood.” Philebrity. September 27, 2014.

“With its pilot phase over, History Truck reaches North Philly.” Generocity.org. September 18, 2014.

“Museum on wheels- Erin Bernard’s Philadelphia Public History Truck.” theartblog. September 11, 2014.

“2014 #GeekAwards Winners.” Newsworks WHYY Philadelphia. August 18, 2014.

“2014 Philadelphia Geek Awards.” Philly Mag The Scene blog. August 18, 2014.

“Philly Geek Awards: “Mysterious” Black Guy is 2014 Geek of the Year.” The Declaration. August 18, 2014.

“In the Philly geek awards, a reflection of all our passions.” PhillyNow. August 18, 2014.

“Temple Exhibit Drives Home Local History,” Samantha Melamed, The Philadelphia Inquirer. 4 April 2014. http://articles.philly.com/2014-04-04/news/48838926_1_neighborhood-factory-fires-mill-fire

“The Philadelphia Public History Truck settles down at little berlin for first stationary exhibit,” Annette Monnier, The Citypaper, 17 April 2014. http://citypaper.net/Arts/The-Philadelphia-Public-History-Truck-settles-down-at-little-berlin-for-its-first-stationary-exhibit/.

“Philadelphia Public History Truck Fights Fire at Little Berlin,” Chip Schwartz. 15 April 2014.
http://www.knightarts.org/community/philadelphia/philadelphia-public-history-truck-manufacturing-fire

“Museum on Wheels,” Victor Fiorillo, Philadelphia Magazine, May 2014. http://www.phillymag.com/ticket/2014/05/06/museum-wheels/

A recipe for success?” Christine Killion for AL DÍA. December 2013.

Kids Corner: The Philadelphia Public History Truck. Produced by Robert Drake. 27 November 2013.

“Temple grad student brings museum to Kensington with Philly History Truck.,” Temple Today, 7 November 2013.

Mobile history: Bread and community,” Richard Anderson for the National Council of Public History’s History@Work blog. 23 October 2013. http://publichistorycommons.org/mobile-history-bread-and-community.

Old ice cream truck serves as nomadic museum of Philly stories and objects,” Peter Crimmins for Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY & Morning Edition. 17 October 2013. http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/arts-and-culture-everything/item/60923-16pctruck&Itemid=4&linktype=hp_impact.

:In fast-changing neighborhoods, history truck preserves memories,” Samantha Melamed for the Philadelphia Citypaper. 14 October 2013. http://citypaper.net/News/In-fast-changing-neighborhoods-history-truck-preserves-memories/.

Philly History Truck Debuts today with Pie, Cider,” Phoodie.info (Philebrity.com). 4 October 2013.

“Introducing the Philadelphia Public History Truck,” Victor Fiorillo for the Philly Post (Philadelphia Magazine). 8 August 2013.

RADIO APPEARANCES
GTown Radio
-Erin Bernard on History Truck, Nov. 1, 2014.
-Erin Bernard, Theodore Harris, Naj Keita on A Lot More Historical, Nov. 14, 2014

WHYY (NPR Affiliate, Philadelphia, PA)
-Erin Bernard, October 7, 2013.

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