Historical Page Instance

API endpoint for viewing page history.

Filter fields

You can filter the result set by providing the following query parameters:

  • name -- Filter by name, exact.
  • slug -- Filter by page slug. Supports the standard lookup types
  • region -- Filter by region. Allows for chained filtering on all of the filters available on the region resource, e.g. region__slug.

And the usual set of historical filter fields:

  • history_user - filter by the user resource of the editor, if user was logged in. Allows for chained filtering on all of the filters available on the user resource, e.g. history_user__username.
  • history_user_ip - filter by the IP address of the editor.
  • history_date - filter by history date. Supports the standard lookup types
  • history_type - filter by history type id, exact.


You can order the result set by providing the ordering query parameter with the value of one of:

  • slug
  • history_date

You can reverse ordering by using the - sign, e.g. -slug.

GET /api/v4/pages_history/1371022/
HTTP 200 OK Vary: Accept Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 Allow: GET, HEAD, OPTIONS
{ "url": "https://es.localwiki.org/api/v4/pages_history/1371022/", "name": "Forest Home", "slug": "forest home", "content": "<p>\n\t<span class=\"image_frame image_frame_border image_right\"><img src=\"_files/Forest%20Home%20Tract.jpg\" style=\"width: 700px; height: 591px;\"><span style=\"width: 700px;\" class=\"image_caption\">Detail of the 1900 \"Map of the Adirondack Forest\" by the Forest Fish and Game Commission.<br>\n\tCourtesy of the Adirondack Research Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library. </span></span> The <strong>Forest Home</strong> tract was a small settlement between Saranac Lake and <a href=\"Saranac%20Inn\">Saranac Inn</a> on the <a href=\"Forest%20Home%20Road\">Forest Home Road</a>, where it joins <a href=\"McMaster%20Road\">McMaster Road</a>.</p>\n<hr>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\t<em>Adirondack Daily Enterprise</em>, January 7, 2000</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\t<strong>Lake Clear News</strong></p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tBy Deborah J. Donaldson<br>\n\tEnterprise Correspondent</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\t...A minute for some history in Lake Clear. There is one more one-room schoolhouse that I am going to tell you about. At the end of the McMaster Road where it meets with Forest Home Road, there was a one-room schoolhouse. This schoolhouse was built around 1900 by <a href=\"William%20McMaster\">William McMaster</a> on land that had been donated by <a href=\"William%20Proctor\">William Proctor</a>.<span>\u00a0 </span>Proctor owned property near the schoolhouse and McMaster lived a short distance from the Proctors on the Forest Home Road This schoolhouse was called Forest Home School.</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tThere were usually between 15 and 16 children in the school most of the time. Of course they all had to walk to school, unless they were fortunate enough to have a parent bring them in a horse and buggy. At the front of the school there was a coat room where everyone left their coats. There was also a water bucket there with drinking water for everyone. The water was brought from the Proctor home which was nearby. At the back, of the school there was a wood stove to heat the schoolhouse. Built onto the backside of the schoolhouse there was a woodshed and at one end of the shed was a toilet for the school.</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tSome of the children that attended this school were: Jim, Viola, Marielle Ducatt, Laura Pratt, Winifred Manning, Tom McDonald, Helen and James McMaster, Jack and Esther McMaster, Nina Proctor and two brothers, some Swinyer children, two of the Sutton children, two Miller children, and one girl and three boys from the Trombley family.</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tTeachers that taught at the Forest Home Schoolhouse were, Mrs Sutton, who lived near the school, Miss Etta Mathews, <a href=\"Royal%20R.%20Dyer\">Ethel Dyer</a>, <a href=\"Margaret%20McKillip\">Margaret McKillip</a>, and Agnes (Finnegan) Swinyer was the last teacher there. Margaret McKillip came each Monday from the <a href=\"Franklin%20Falls\">Franklin Falls</a> area via her brother in a horse and buggy. She would board with the Swinyer family for the weeks and go back to Franklin Falls on Friday.</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tThe Forest Home School was closed either in the very late 1930 or very early 1940s. In the early 1940s the building burned down. The property was later purchased by <a href=\"Orville%20Paye\">Orville Paye</a> who still owns it,</p>\n<p class=\"MsoNormal\">\n\tA very special thank you goes to <a href=\"Jack%20McMaster\">Jack McMaster</a> and his sister Esther (McMaster) McDonald for their help with this article.</p>\n<p>\n\t\u00a0</p>\n<p>\n\t\u00a0</p>\n<p>\n\t\u00a0</p>\n<h2>\n\tComments</h2>\n", "region": "https://es.localwiki.org/api/v4/regions/23/", "history_comment": "Made link to husband.", "history_date": "2020-08-03T13:33:29.110", "history_type": 1, "history_user": "https://es.localwiki.org/api/v4/users/1261/", "history_user_ip": "2604:6000:1414:13c:7911:4471:dd6b:7422" }