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Mary Harrsch
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Attended University of Oregon, Eastern Oregon State College, Southwestern Oregon Community College, Butler County Community College, Bandon K-12 Schools
Lives in Springfield, OR
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Great Lakes Naval Museum Changes It's Name And Focus
The United States Navy has announced that The Great Lakes Naval Museum will be officially renamed the National Museum of the American Sailor. The National Museum of the American Sailor currently features exhibits on life in Navy boot camp, naval uniforms a...
The United States Navy has announced that The Great Lakes Naval Museum will be officially renamed the National Museum of the American Sailor. The National Museum of the American Sailor currently features exhibits on life in N...
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Tricky rewards programs mislead shoppers!!
Last week I read an article about the best credit card rewards programs to use for maximum benefits. One card that the article listed as one of the best programs was the American Express Blue Cash Preferred Card because it pays 6% cash back on groceries.  I...
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Visiting the Via Appia and the Catacombs of San Sebastiano
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2007 & 2015 Remains of the Via Appia in  Rome , near Quarto Miglio Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Note Note: this is a crosspost from my other blog " Roman Times ." Back in 2007 I saw this nice travel piece...
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2007 & 2015 Remains of the Via Appia in Rome, near Quarto Miglio Image courtesy of Wikimedia CommonsNote Note: this is a crosspost from my other blog "Roman Times." Back in 2007 I ...
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Henry VIII: Did history lose a true prince of the Renaissance to traumatic brain injury?
An armored Henry VIII and his charger at the Tower of London in London, England.  Photo by Mary Harrsch © 2006 A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2015 Today, I read an interesting paper by Muhammad Qaiser Ikram, Fazle Hakim Sajjad, Arash Salardin...
An armored Henry VIII and his charger at the Tower of London in London, England. Photo by Mary Harrsch © 2006 A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015 Today, I read an interesting paper by Muhammad Qaiser Ikram, Fa...
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Extending the Learning Environment: Virtual Professors in Education
A technology resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2005 For those of you interested in artificial intelligence development, here is an archive copy of a presentation I gave in 2005 (I'm consolidating my online contributions!) Extending the Learning
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Was the Myth of Roman Discipline Responsible for French Decimations in World War I?
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2015 In my struggle to try to understand the conflicts in the Middle East, I recently watched a three-part documentary produced by Al Jazeera entitled " World War I Through Arab Eyes".  About 30 minutes into the...
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015. In my struggle to try to understand the conflicts in the Middle East, I recently watched a three-part documentary produced by Al Jazeera entitled "World War I Through Arab Eyes". About 30 minutes into the first installment I was stunned by an ...
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Review: The Last Roman: Triumph
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2016 The final chapters of Flavius Belisarius ' life are the focus of Jack Ludlow's third and final installment in his series "The Last Roman" subtitled "Triumph".  In the second book, "The Last Roman: Honour", F...
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2016. The final chapters of Flavius Belisarius' life are the focus of Jack Ludlow's third and final installment in his series "The Last Roman" subtitled "Triumph". In the second book, "The Last Roman: Honour", Flavius fights a vicious battle on two ...
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Hannibal's Route Over The Alps or just Horse S**?*
Hannibal embodying perseverance at the  Mausoleum of Engelbert II of Nassau and Cimburga van Baden in the Grote Kerk or Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Church of Our Lady) in Breda, Netherlands. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons user Vassil. Digitally enhanced by ...
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Hannibal embodying perseverance at the Mausoleum of Engelbert II of Nassau and Cimburga van Baden in the Grote Kerk or. Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Church of Our Lady) in Breda, Netherlands. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons user Vassil. Digitally enhanced by Mary Harrsch.
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Review: The Last Roman: Honour by Jack Ludlow
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2015 When we left a young Flavius Belasarius in  the first book of Ludlow's "The Last Roman" series "Vengeance", Flavius had successfully avenged the death of his father and brothers at the hands of a treacherou...
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015. When we left a young Flavius Belasarius in the first book of Ludlow's "The Last Roman" series "Vengeance", Flavius had successfully avenged the death of his father and brothers at the hands of a treacherous Roman senator and had been accepted ...
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Henry VIII: Did History lose a true prince of the Renaissance to traumatic brain injury?
An armored Henry VIII and his charger at the Tower of London in London, England.  Photo by Mary Harrsch © 2006 A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2015 Note:  This is a cross-post from my blog " History's Medical Mysteries ". Today, I read an inte...
An armored Henry VIII and his charger at the Tower of London in London, England. Photo by Mary Harrsch © 2006 A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015 Note: This is a cross-post from my blog "History's Medical M...
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Review: The Last Roman: Vengeance by Jack Ludlow
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2015 Before Belisarius became the famous general that recaptured much of the western Roman Empire for the emperor Justinian , he was a youth on the cusp of manhood in Durostorum (now called Silistra in Bulgaria)...
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015. Before Belisarius became the famous general that recaptured much of the western Roman Empire for the emperor Justinian, he was a youth on the cusp of manhood in Durostorum (now called Silistra in Bulgaria), an outpost of the Eastern Roman Empire ...
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Extending the Learning Environment: Virtual Professors in Education
A technology resource article by Mary Harrsch  © 2005 For those of you interested in artificial intelligence development, here is an archive copy of a presentation I gave in 2005 (I'm consolidating my online contributions!) Extending the Learning
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photographer, writer, editor, software designer, database solutions designer, website designer
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photographer, writer, editor, software design, database solutions designer, website designer
Employment
  • Self - Freelance
    Writer/Photographer, 2008 - present
  • University of Oregon
    Director of Network and Information Systems, 1988 - 2009
  • Ron Sticka, Attorney
    case analyst, 1988 - 1989
  • Restaurant Management Company
    asst to the VP, Grandy's Division, 1985 - 1988
  • Last Frontier Ranch
    Owner, 1978 - 1984
  • Burns Times-Herald
    Photojournalist, 1979 - 1982
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Currently
Springfield, OR
Previously
Bandon, OR - Burns, OR - Wichita, KS - San Diego, CA - 29 Palms, CA
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"What we do in life echoes through eternity"
Introduction
I am passionate about technology, education and history, particularly ancient history.  I am constantly exploring ways to use technology to enhance the learning environment and am particularly ecstatic when I can develop a technology to advance the study of ancient history.Follow me on Twitter!  Comments or Questions:  mharrsch@uoregon.edu
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Member of the Emerald Photographic Society and Nature Photographers of the Pacific Northwest
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  • University of Oregon, Eastern Oregon State College, Southwestern Oregon Community College, Butler County Community College, Bandon K-12 Schools
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Maiden Name: Mary Lou Turner