What was digitized, 6/3/2012
- More than 60 volunteers are helping with a project at the National Archives to digitize case files of pension applications from widows of deceased Civil War Union soldiers. The project recently completed case number 100,000, out of the 1.28 million case files the archives holds. Records can be searched on Fold3, a database of military records.
- Oregon State University is hosting a new digital archive of materials about 19th-century Chinese immigrants to the Northwest, which was assembled in cooperation with Portland State University, Oregon Multicultural Archives, Northwest News Network, and Oregon Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.
- A new website set up by the Toronto Star makes columns Ernest Hemingway wrote as a young man in the early 1920s for the paper publicly accessible.
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