The digital exhibit Americanization: Then and Now, co-developed with the technology team at the American Philosophical Society, explores the politics and rhetoric of assimilation at the turn of the twentieth century.
The online research guide Diaries Held at the American Philosophical Society canvases covers over 1,700 journals held at the American Philosophical Society. Spanning over 300 years, these materials include daily journals, notebooks, meteorological reports, ships logs, and botanical journals. Each entry provides an overview of the diaries in a given collection, information on how to locate material, extended diary notes, selected quotations. The guide also includes an interactive map through which researchers may trace the travels of diarists.
Digital Paxton, sponsored by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and the Library Company of Philadelphia, serves as a scholarly edition, digital collection, and teaching platform for Pennsylvania’s first major pamphlet war. Thanks to the support of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Digital Paxtonwill soon be translated into a standalone graphic novel. To learn more about that project, reference the press release for Redrawing History: Indigenous Perspectives on Colonial America.