How To Subscribe to the Ultimate History Project
Reader, Gilles Demarteau, c. 1722, Image Courtesy of the Library of Congress
Articles appear free on The Ultimate History Project for the first two months after they are published; after two months, the articles disappear behind a paywall. Articles behind a paywall can be accessed via a subscription.
The Ultimate History Project intentionally keeps subscription prices low ($25 for a year-long subscription) to enable and ensure that high school teachers and students can read and access these articles. You can buy a subscription to The Ultimate History Project for less than an old-fashioned cup of joe per month---and it's a lot less than a latte a month at Starbucks. Better yet, a subscription gives you something to read while you are enjoying that cup of joe.
Revenue from paywall articles is shared among authors, with a small proportion of these fees being used to maintain The Ultimate History Project.