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Who discovered the Great Salt Lake?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [QB] Ok, if history is like science? you are going to find a peer-reviewed journal to present your paper to. they will review it and if they want to publish? they will (99% chance) ask you for a rewrite before they publish and if they don't want it? they'll just reject it. there is still a risk of your ideas being stolen. there's not much monetary value to anybody but the people who would be selected to review it. to them, a publication is job security. since you aren't "in the business", it's almost impossible to protect your right to credit without "friends in the business"... Directory of History Journals [i] Welcome to the AHA's Directory of History Journals. This database provides helpful links to peer-reviewed English-language journals that publish in all fields of history. Just choose a subject category from the list below and the journal's description and submission information are a mouse-click away. You’ve expended enough energy researching and writing your paper; let us help you find a place to publish it. No more time-consuming searches on the internet! [/i] http://www.historians.org/pubs/free/journals/ are there any historical societies that specifically focus on the lake or the region? you might be able to publish it in something they put out without peer review... if you want credit, and are willing to spend some money? then self-publishing a short book is one way. [/QB][/QUOTE]
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