Monthly Archives: October 2013

What caught your fancy?

You may know that I have been working on a transcription of a handwritten collection of medical recipes from the 1600s that will be the source document for my thesis. I finally finished the 2nd pass through of transcription this … Continue reading

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Asking Questions

I give a talk on social history that uses Levi Savage as a case study. I want participants to thinkĀ  about one of their ancestors and how to learn about the social history surrounding that person. One of the most … Continue reading

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