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History Carnival has its own site, permanently listed at right, and the archive of past Carnival postings is permanently available there. But the ongoing Carnival process depends on volunteer history bloggers from around the world. Each month one blogger volunteers to curate a collection of the month's best, most interesting, most original, least known (or whatever) history blog posts -- from around the world and across the 'Web --and posts a History Carnival post of notes and links at his/her own site on the first day of the following month.
That's relevant here because Christopher Moore's History News will be the website hosting History Carnival #161 on December 1, 2016. That is, I'll be curating blog posts throughout the month of November in preparation for that day.
I plan to represent a good selection of Canadian history blogging (allowing for the anemic state of CanHist blogging, that is) as well as getting around the world. So polish up your best posts for November postings, and if your site is not one I regularly go to but oughta, feel free to let me know about it this month.
There is a simple nomination procedure on the History Carnival website for this or any other month, so take advantage of that too.