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PJ-50116-13
Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Jane Cullinane, Connecticut State Library

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Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Web Resources)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Website of the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (CDNP) with blog posts, resources for teachers, and genealogists. This website replaces the former one located at ctstatelibrary.org/cdnp.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Newspapers: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Web Resources)
Title: Connecticut Newspapers: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: Resource guide to Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project and other Connecticut State Library newspapers resources.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://libguides.ctstatelibrary.org/dld/home
Primary URL Description: Connecticut State Library Resource Guide

African-American Veteran Petitions for Equal Rights, 1919 (Blog Post)
Title: African-American Veteran Petitions for Equal Rights, 1919
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An article from the Mar. 3, 1919 Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer, tells of the efforts of “colored people from all over the state” to get the state legislature to pass a bill ensuring “them equal rights in places of public accommodation.”
Date: 2/19/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/02/african-american-veteran-petitions-for-equal-rights-1919/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Notes for Women's History Month: When Bridgeport Women Won the Eight Hour Day (Blog Post)
Title: Notes for Women's History Month: When Bridgeport Women Won the Eight Hour Day
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Women entering into jobs in the munitions industry during World War I went on strike and won better work conditions. Featuring Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Aug. 17, 19-20, 1915.
Date: 3/14/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/newspaper-digitization-notes-for-womens-history-month-when-bridgeport-women-won-the-eight-hour-day/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

The War Garden Victorious (Blog Post)
Title: The War Garden Victorious
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: In 1919, Charles Lathrop Park wrote words that would likely get the attention of today's advocates of food sovereignty, urban farming, sustainability, and the elimination of city center food deserts. "Ambitious young men and women," he said, "will not remain in the country where comforts are denied and where advantages of social life and education are few; but they will be glad to farm in the city." (Norwich Bulletin, Apr. 18, 1917).
Date: 4/10/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/newspaper-digitization-notes-for-april-the-war-garden-victorious/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Start Spreading the News: Newspaper Digitization in Connecticut (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Start Spreading the News: Newspaper Digitization in Connecticut
Abstract: At Connecticut Library Association annual conference, Cromwell, CT. About CDNP and our statewide newspaper collection called Newspapers of Connecticut.
Author: Gail Hurley
Date: 4/28/2014
Location: Crowne Plaza hotel in Cromwell, CT

A Mystery from the Connecticut WWI Home Front (Blog Post)
Title: A Mystery from the Connecticut WWI Home Front
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: International Textile Company used Hungarian antiwar posters to entice workers to contribute to war savings stamps. (Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer, June 17, 1918).
Date: 6/16/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/a-mystery-from-the-connecticut-wwi-home-front/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Business Leaders Fought Nativism in the Post-WWI Period (Blog Post)
Title: Connecticut Business Leaders Fought Nativism in the Post-WWI Period
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Those industrialists from Connecticut who attended an April 7, 1920 National Conference on Immigration in New York that was sponsored by the Inter-Racial Council included C. L. Berger of Eastern Malleable Iron Co. of Naugatuck, Robert H. Booth of the Bridgeport Brass Co., Mr. Derbyshire of the Norwalk Tire and Rubber Co., H.C. Duncan of the Columbia Gramophone Co. of Bridgeport, A.W. Hitchcock of the Underwood Typewriter Co. of Hartford, John Otterson of the Winchester repeating Arms Co. of New Haven, and Dudley Harmon of the Manufacturers Association of Connecticut (Norwich Bulletin, July 22, 1920).
Date: 5/5/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/connecticut-business-leaders-fought-nativism-in-the-post-wwi-period/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

When Jack Johnson appeared in Bridgeport for free (Blog Post)
Title: When Jack Johnson appeared in Bridgeport for free
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: On July 25, 1910, just a few weeks after he defeated James J. Jeffries in the "Fight of the Century," and in the wake of a heated debate over the censorship of the commercial film made of that bout, heavyweight champion Jack Johnson performed for free in Bridgeport and gave the African American community an occasion for a celebration. (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, July 26, 1910).
Date: 7/8/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/when-jack-johnson-appeared-in-bridgeport-for-free/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Modern Dance in Bridgeport CT, 1910 (Blog Post)
Title: Modern Dance in Bridgeport CT, 1910
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: At the Jackson Theater in Bridgeport on July 13, 1910, Loie Fuller danced a program of the type that was celebrated by the European avant-garde. (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, July 14, 1910).
Date: 7/31/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/modern-dance-in-bridgeport-ct-1910/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Newspaper Digitization Project to Illuminate Social History of WWI Era Home Front (Article)
Title: Newspaper Digitization Project to Illuminate Social History of WWI Era Home Front
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Published in CONNector v.16, no.3 2014:July, p.7-9
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://cdm15019.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p128501coll2/id/312263
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Other
Periodical Title: CONNector
Publisher: Connecticut State Library

Notes for the August 26th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage Victory (Blog Post)
Title: Notes for the August 26th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage Victory
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Workingmen Favor votes for Women," proclaimed the headline of an April 11, 1911 article in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer. "Workingmen realize that they cannot afford to have six million workers politically helpless," Emily Pierson said. (Featuring Bridgeport Evening Farmer, April 11, 1911).
Date: 8/25/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/newspaper-digitization-notes-for-the-august-26th-anniversary-of-woman-suffrage-victory/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

September 8, 1919, The War Pilgrimage to Lebanon (Blog Post)
Title: September 8, 1919, The War Pilgrimage to Lebanon
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: September 8, 1918 was an important day int he effort to mobilize Connecticut residents for the Great War. On that day, Governor Marcus H. Holcomb and the Connecticut Council of the Defense organized the most audacious patriotic celebration held during the duration of World War I. (Featuring Norwich Bulletin, Sept. 9, 1918).
Date: 9/5/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/september-8-1918-the-war-pilgrimage-to-lebanon/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: A talk about the experience during our first year working on the project in particular about selecting the titles to be scanned, given at the National Digital Newspaper Project Annual Conference, New Awardee Talk, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Author: Jane F. Cullinane and Christine M. Gauvreau
Date: 9/17/2014
Location: Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

The County Fair Film (1920) in Norwich, Connecticut (Blog Post)
Title: The County Fair Film (1920) in Norwich, Connecticut
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: In October of 1921, the businesses of the town of Norwich went all out to be associated with the local premier of the 1920 film "The County Fair," (Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 20, 1921).
Date: 10/2/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/the-county-fair-film-1920-in-norwich-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

What's New in Digitizing Newspapers (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: What's New in Digitizing Newspapers
Author: Gail Hurley and Erenst Anip (VT Digital Newspaper Project)
Abstract: Gail Hurley and Erenst Anip presented a talk on the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP) and what each of their states (CT and VT) were doing in the way of newspaper digitization. Included procedural and best practices information for libraries to get started with their own projects and encouraged the other New England States to get involved with the NDNP.
Date: 10/20/2014
Primary URL: http://slideplayer.com/slide/4664907/
Secondary URL: http://library.uvm.edu/vtnp/?p=2374
Secondary URL Description: Vermont Digital Newspaper Project blog
Conference Name: New England Library Association Annual Conference 2014

How to Throw a Halloween Party, Women's Page, Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 17, 1914 (Blog Post)
Title: How to Throw a Halloween Party, Women's Page, Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 17, 1914
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Bobbing for apples, roasting nuts, dropping melted lead or wax into cold water which is supposed to take the shape of one's future husband is too well known to make special mention of here." (Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 17, 1914).
Date: 10/24/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/10/how-to-throw-a-halloween-party-womens-page-norwich-bulletin-oct-17-1914/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

1914 World Series (featuring Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 14, 1914) (Blog Post)
Title: 1914 World Series (featuring Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 14, 1914)
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: The Boston Braves won the World Series at Fenway Park in 1914. (Norwich Bulletin, Oct. 14, 1914).
Date: 10/28/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/10/1914-world-series-featuring-norwich-bulletin-oct-14-1914/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: Slide show about the content to be found in the newspapers selected for digitization by CDNP for Connecticut State Library Staff Development Day.
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 11/17/2014
Location: Connecticut State Library Van Block facility, Hartford, CT

Immigration debates, 1921 (Blog Post)
Title: Immigration debates, 1921
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Today's newspapers are full of debates about immigration and the partisan divide appears to be deep. A look at the February 11 and 14, 1921 issues of the Norwich Bulletin, newly digitized and uploaded to the Library of Congress' newspaper database known as Chronicling America, may provide some historical perspective. (Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 11 and 14, 1921).
Date: 11/21/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/11/immigration-debates-1921/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Attention farmers (Blog Post)
Title: Attention farmers
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: $19 bonus for the Fattest and Biggest Turkey Raised! (Norwich Bulletin, Nov. 26, 1917, p.4).
Date: 11/24/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/11/attention-farmers/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

The Holiday Season, December 1914 (Blog Post)
Title: The Holiday Season, December 1914
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: The December 21, 1914 Bridgeport Evening Farmer carried the following story, which tells of tree lighting ceremony in which a "neutral native American" named Lewis W. Deer would sing a special peace hymn with music that was the basis of American (My Country 'tis of thee), British, and German songs alike (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Dec. 14, 1914).
Date: 12/23/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/the-holiday-season-december-1914/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

The War at Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The War at Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers
Abstract: Lecture by Christine Gauvreau, a part of the Connecticut State Library Brown Bag Lunch Lecture series. Announcement (1/5/15) on Hartford Courant "From the Community" page. Also see photographs of the event on the State Library's Facebook page.
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 1/15/2015
Location: Connecticut State Library,Museum of Connecticut History, Hartford, CT
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/cdnp-and-the-home-front-in-the-first-world-war/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Secondary URL: http://www.courant.com/community/hc-ugc-article-the-connecticut-home-front-during-world-war-2015-01-08-story.html
Secondary URL Description: Community posts on the website of the Hartford Courant newspaper

The "Farm to Table" Movement Really Began in the First World War (Blog Post)
Title: The "Farm to Table" Movement Really Began in the First World War
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Today the term "Farm to Table" might connote an expensive meal of the freshest local foods prepared by a celebrity chef. The term was used during World War I to describe something a bit different. (Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer, Oct. 25, 1918).
Date: 1/22/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/01/the-farm-to-table-movement-really-began-in-the-first-world-war/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Black History Month, February 2015: "There is Need of an Aroused Public Sentiment..." (Blog Post)
Title: Black History Month, February 2015: "There is Need of an Aroused Public Sentiment..."
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Disappointed by President Wilson's segregation of the civil service and by the President's refusal to push a federal anti-lynching bill in Congress, William Trotter declared his intention to go to the Paris Peace Talks to bring world opinion to bear. A short article in the June 2, 1919 Norwich Bulletin entitled "Requests Message to Congress in Paris" reports on his project. (Norwich Bulletin May 14, 1919 and June 2, 1919).
Date: 2/4/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/02/black-history-month-2015-there-is-need-of-an-aroused-public-sentiment/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Phone Rage, 1920 (Blog Post)
Title: Phone Rage, 1920
Author: Frank Jonientz
Abstract: In the Bridgeport Times of February 21, 1920, an uncredited writer imagined a world where every individual will be carrying his own little switchboard. (Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer, Feb. 21, 1920).
Date: 2/19/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/02/phone-rage-1920/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

A Women's History Month Find: Working Girls' Clubs in Connecticut, 1911 (Blog Post)
Title: A Women's History Month Find: Working Girls' Clubs in Connecticut, 1911
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A Norwich Bulletin article from May 26, 1911 reports on the state convention of the CT Working Girls' Clubs (Norwich Bulletin, Jan. 25, 1911 & May 26, 1911).
Date: 3/3/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/03/a-womens-history-month-find-working-girls-clubs-in-connecticut-1911/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Marking an Irish Holiday, March 20, 1917: St. Patrick's Day, the Easter Rising, and World War I (Blog Post)
Title: Marking an Irish Holiday, March 20, 1917: St. Patrick's Day, the Easter Rising, and World War I
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: According to an editorial in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer, the leaders of the Easter Rising were "in the category with John Brown" and their "souls will go marching on." (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Mar. 20, 1917).
Date: 3/20/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/03/marking-an-irish-holiday-march-20-1917/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Chronicling America in Historical Newspapers (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Chronicling America in Historical Newspapers
Abstract: Presentation to the Naugatuck Valley Genealogy Club, held at the Middlebury Public Library.
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 3/14/2015
Location: Middlebury Public Library

An April 2014 Earth Day Blog: A Farmer calls for Pico Hydro in 1921 (Blog Post)
Title: An April 2014 Earth Day Blog: A Farmer calls for Pico Hydro in 1921
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: As this Earth Day approaches, it is interesting to note that the idea of reviving the use of small streams as rational energy-producing alternatives was current in Connecticut nearly 100 years ago. (Norwich Bulletin, Dec. 23, 1921).
Date: 4/10/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/04/an-april-2015-earth-day-blog-a-farmer-calls-for-pico-hydro-in-1921/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Staff Training on Chronicling America (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Staff Training on Chronicling America
Abstract: Training session for the Otis Library (Norwich, CT) staff on using Chronicling America to search the Norwich Bulletin. Featured the types of content found in Norwich Bulletin.
Author: Gail Hurley
Date: 4/16/2015
Location: Otis Library, Norwich, CT

Famous in their time: Edward S. Stephens and Izie Reddick, Connecticut African-American Educators (Blog Post)
Title: Famous in their time: Edward S. Stephens and Izie Reddick, Connecticut African-American Educators
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Two important African American educators spent their later years in Bridgeport, teaching Black children in their home. (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Oct. 1, 1909).
Date: 4/20/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/04/edward-s-stephens-and-izie-reddick-connecticut-african-american-educators/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: Presentation on Chronicling America by Gail Hurley and Christine Gauvreau to the School Librarians Roundtable Northeast. School librarians were invited to bring a teaching partner to exchange ideas and talk about creating lesson plans using newspapers as primary source materials.
Author: Gail Hurley
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 4/22/2015
Location: Willimantic Library Service Center, Willimantic, CT

Famous in Their Time: Vera Curtis (1879-1962) Bridgeport Native and Opera Singer (Blog Post)
Title: Famous in Their Time: Vera Curtis (1879-1962) Bridgeport Native and Opera Singer
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: This newspaper photo of Vera Cameron Curtis (1879-1962) appeared in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer of April 22, 1912. A Bridgeport native, Curtis was the first singer trained in America to become part of the Metropolitan Opera Company. She was also one of only a handful of Americans in a company made up mainly of European performers. (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Apr. 22, 1912).
Date: 5/8/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/05/vera-curtis-1879-1962-bridgeport-native-and-opera-singer/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Check out the New Scans and Monthly Blog of the CT Digital Newspaper Project (Blog Post)
Title: Check out the New Scans and Monthly Blog of the CT Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: In the last ten months, the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project has digitized and uploaded nearly 80,000 pages of Progressive Era Connecticut newspapers to the free, keyword-searchable digital archive Chronicling America. Keep an eye on our monthly blogs to get an idea of the kind of content that can be found regarding life in the new industrial cities, the political debates on immigration, the rise of organized labor, the campaigns of the woman suffrage movement, African American history, the waning of agricultural Connecticut, and the arts. [Posted to H-Connecticut, an e-mail list of H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online].
Date: 5/18/2015
Primary URL: https://network.h-net.org/node/2923/discussions/69645/check-out-new-scans-and-monthly-blog-ct-digital-newspaper-project
Primary URL Description: Website of H-Connecticut, part of H-Net, Humanities and Social Sciences Online
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: H-Connecticut

Newspapers Can Tell a City's Story: How the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project is Providing Access to Two Cities' Early Twentieth-Century History (Article)
Title: Newspapers Can Tell a City's Story: How the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project is Providing Access to Two Cities' Early Twentieth-Century History
Author: Kendall F. Wiggin
Abstract: Article in Connecticut History Review, Vol. 54, no. 1 (Spring 2015), pages 169-171. This is an academic journal from the Association for the Study of Connecticut History.
Year: 2015
Access Model: Subscription only
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Connecticut History Review
Publisher: Association for the Study of Connecticut History

Famous in their time: Back to Nature, 1916 (Blog Post)
Title: Famous in their time: Back to Nature, 1916
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: On September 30, 1916, the Bridgeport Evening Farmer reported that Mrs. Frank Yosemite, formerly Miss Edith Riggs of 200 Fox Street, had left "civilization" and moved with her Native American husband, Frank Yosemite, to a hogan in a dense patch of Woodland above Trumbull Rd., near the upper end of Bunnell's pond in Beardsley Park. (Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Sep. 30, 1916).
Date: 6/9/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/06/back-to-nature-1916/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Celestial Photographs, Wonderful in Detail and Clearness Were Then Thrown on the Screen, Norwich, CT, 1920 (Blog Post)
Title: Celestial Photographs, Wonderful in Detail and Clearness Were Then Thrown on the Screen, Norwich, CT, 1920
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: The images produced by the New Horizon's flyby of Pluto can be considered part of the long history of popularizing astronomical knowledge with photographs. On November 30, 1920, the Norwich Bulletin reported on "The Marvels of the Universe," an illustrated lecture by William Tyler Olcott that reportedly enthralled the 200-person audience at the Community House on Church St. (Norwich Bulletin, Nov. 30, 1920).
Date: 7/15/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/07/celestial-photographs-wonderful-in-detail-and-clearness-were-then-thrown-on-the-screen-norwich-ct-1920/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Homefront During WWI (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Homefront During WWI
Abstract: Presentation at Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, Monroe, CT.
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 8/11/2015
Location: Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, Monroe, CT

Launch event at Otis Library, Norwich, CT (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Launch event at Otis Library, Norwich, CT
Abstract: This was the official public launch of the digitization of the Norwich Bulletin 1909-1922. In attendance was the Editor of the Norwich Bulletin and Norwich City Historian, among others. Presentation on Progressive Era Norwich as manifested in the Norwich Bulletin.
Author: Gail Hurley
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 9/12/2015
Location: Otis Library, Norwich, CT
Primary URL: http://www.otislibrarynorwich.org/upcoming-events/2015/8/28/rediscovering-norwich-history-with-chronicling-america
Primary URL Description: Otis Library promotion for CDNP presentation

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: Presentation of the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project and Chronicling America to students and teachers participating in National History Day contests. This was held at the CT History Day kickoff event at the Old State House in Hartford, CT.
Author: Gail Hurley
Date: 10/3/2015
Location: Old State House, Hartford, CT
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/BqIS4Z8FYjU?t=6158
Primary URL Description: YouTube website

Historic Newspapers and the New State Social Studies Standards: A Perfect Fit (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Historic Newspapers and the New State Social Studies Standards: A Perfect Fit
Abstract: Presentation to the History Department of Ellington High School on the use of newly digitized historic newspapers and the new state social studies framework.
Author: Gail Hurley
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Date: 10/8/2015
Location: Ellington High School, Ellington, CT

Launch event at Bridgeport Public Library (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Launch event at Bridgeport Public Library
Abstract: This was the official launch of the digitization of the Bridgeport Evening Farmer family of newspapers with presentations by Professor Cecilia Bucki of Fairfield University to set the scene for the time period digitized, presentation by Christine Gauvreau of the content found in the Bridgeport newspapers, and presentation by Gail Hurley on the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project and how to search Chronicling America.
Author: Cecilia Bucki
Author: Christine Gauvreau
Author: Gail Hurley
Date: 10/15/2015
Location: Bridgeport Public Library, Bridgeport, CT
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/Ux1D-NXykVQ
Primary URL Description: Cecilia Bucki's presentation
Secondary URL:

Town Historian's Conference (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Town Historian's Conference
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Presentation and exhibit table at Town Historian's Conference.
Date: 10/17/2015
Conference Name: Town Historian's Conference

Using Newly Digitized Historic Connecticut Newspapers for Inquiry-Based Instruction in High School History (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Using Newly Digitized Historic Connecticut Newspapers for Inquiry-Based Instruction in High School History
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Presentation and exhibit table at the Annual Conference of the Connecticut Council for the Social Studies, held at Crowne Plaza, Cromwell, CT.
Date: 10/27/2015
Conference Name: Connecticut Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference

Presentation at ASCH Annual Conference (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Presentation at ASCH Annual Conference
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Presentation at the Association for the Study of Connecticut History Fall Conference held at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT. Chris presented "The War at Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers" as part of a panel discussion, "Bringing the War Home: Making the Local Connection". Chris Gauvreau and Outreach Librarian, Robert Kinney also staffed an exhibit table at this conference.
Date: 11/7/2015
Conference Name: Association for the Study of Connecticut History Fall Conference

The Domestication of Meleagris Americana [Thanksgiving blog post] (Blog Post)
Title: The Domestication of Meleagris Americana [Thanksgiving blog post]
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A link to a 1916 feature story on the types of turkeys available for the holiday, past and present.
Date: 11/24/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/11/the-domestication-of-meleagris-americana/
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"Latest Skating Costume of Leather," Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Dec. 13, 1915 (Blog Post)
Title: "Latest Skating Costume of Leather," Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Dec. 13, 1915
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A blog about the ice dancing craze of 1915 in Connecticut.
Date: 12/9/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/12/latest-skating-costume-of-leather-bridgeport-evening-farmer-dec-13-1915/
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

The Connecticut State Library Celebrates its Contributions to Chronicling America's 10 Million Pages (Article)
Title: The Connecticut State Library Celebrates its Contributions to Chronicling America's 10 Million Pages
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: Article in NEA Newsletter (Vol. 43, no. 1 Jan. 2016) The State Library celebrates the 10 millionth page in Chronicling America. Our contribution to the database includes news from over 100 towns in eastern and western Connecticut.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/page-1772951
Primary URL Description: Link to New England Archivists newsletter page. Current issues can only be viewed by members. Back issues available to see online.
Access Model: Subscription by members for current issue; open access for back issues.
Format: Other
Periodical Title: NEA Newsletter
Publisher: New England Archivists

Test (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Test
Abstract: This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test. This is a test.
Author: Luke Skywalker
Date: 1/11/2016
Location: Washington DC
Primary URL: http://www.neh.gov

"The Joan of Arc of Shelton," the Efficiency Man, the O'Brien's, and Sidney Blumenthal, Dec. 30, 2015. (Blog Post)
Title: "The Joan of Arc of Shelton," the Efficiency Man, the O'Brien's, and Sidney Blumenthal, Dec. 30, 2015.
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A blog about the IWW strike at the Shelton silk mill of Sidney Blumenthal and its relationship to the company's later adoption of a system of management that involved "industrial democracy."
Date: 12/30/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/12/the-joan-of-arc-of-shelton-the-efficiency-man-the-obriens-and-sidney-blumenthal/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

When Attitudes Toward World War Divided the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Movement (Blog Post)
Title: When Attitudes Toward World War Divided the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Movement
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Prominent leaders of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association resigned in Sept. 1917 over the criticism by the national association of the women who picketed the White House in support of woman suffrage during a time of war
Date: 9/24/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/09/when-attitudes-toward-world-war-divided-the-woman-suffrage-movement/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

CDNP Grant Award/10 Million Milestone : State Library Receives New Newspaper Digitzation Award (Article)
Title: CDNP Grant Award/10 Million Milestone : State Library Receives New Newspaper Digitzation Award
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Article in Connector (Vol. 17, no. 4, Oct. 2015, p. 8-9) The State Library received a new grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize 100,000 pages of historic CT newspapers. The newspapers from our earlier NEH grant are in Chronicling America, which added its ten millionth page.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://ctstatelibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/15octdraft1.pdf
Primary URL Description: Connecticut State Library website
Access Model: Open access
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Connector
Publisher: Connecticut State Library

The Connecticut State Library Celebrates Its Contributions to Chronicling America's 10 Million Pages (Blog Post)
Title: The Connecticut State Library Celebrates Its Contributions to Chronicling America's 10 Million Pages
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: The State Library celebrates the 10 millionth page in Chronicling America. Our contribution to the database includes news from over 100 towns in eastern and western Connecticut. [Press release Oct. 7, 2015 & blog post 10/9/15]
Date: 10/7/2015
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2015/10/the-connecticut-state-library-celebrates-its-contributions/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"Connecticut State Library Announces Next Set of Newspaper Titles to be Digitized" (Blog Post)
Title: "Connecticut State Library Announces Next Set of Newspaper Titles to be Digitized"
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: Press release announces that newspaper titles have been selected for the second cycle of digitization being carried out as part of the NDNP. [Press release 1/25/16 & blog post 1/26/16]
Date: 1/26/2016
Primary URL: http://ctstatelibrary.org/connecticut-state-library-announces-next-set-of-newspaper-titles-to-be-digitized/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut State Library website
Secondary URL: https://www.facebook.com/CTStateLibrary/posts/10153853779768416
Secondary URL Description: Connecticut State Library facebook page
Blog Title:
Website: Connecticut State Library website and facebook page

"The Norwich African American Community Takes on 'The Clansman,' 1909," (Blog Post)
Title: "The Norwich African American Community Takes on 'The Clansman,' 1909,"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An African American History Day blog about the efforts of the Black community in Connecticut to prevent the stageplay called "The Clansman" from being performed in Norwich."
Date: 2/1/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/02/african-american-history-month-blog-february-2016-the-norwich-african-american-community-takes-on-the-clansman1909/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Secondary URL: https://www.facebook.com/otislibrarynorwich/posts/10153477505660677
Secondary URL Description: Otis Library Facebook page post on 2/18/2016
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"When Brewers Posed as Farmers to Defeat Woman Suffrage" (Blog Post)
Title: "When Brewers Posed as Farmers to Defeat Woman Suffrage"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: International Women's Day blog for 2016 that highlights the efforts of the brewing industry to defeat the "votes for women" campaign.
Date: 3/2/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/03/international-womens-day-2016/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Historic Newspapers and the New State Social Studies Standards: A Perfect Fit (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Historic Newspapers and the New State Social Studies Standards: A Perfect Fit
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Lecture on "Connecting Your Collection to Your Community" at the Annual Conference of the Connecticut League of History Organizations at the Four Points Sheraton, Meriden, CT. Chris Gauvreau and Gail Hurley also staffed an exhibit table during the conference.
Date: 6/1/2015
Conference Name: Annual Conference of the Connecticut League of History Organizations

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at the Annual Conference of Connecticut Association of School Librarians and Connecticut Educators Computer Association, held at Mohegan Sun.
Date Range: 10/26/2015
Location: Mohegan Sun

Using HistoryPin to Promote Chronicling America to Genealogists (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Using HistoryPin to Promote Chronicling America to Genealogists
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: Using a map to show that the two CT newspapers in Chronicling America covers local news from over 100 towns. Presented at the National Digital Newspaper Program 2015 Awardee Conference.
Date Range: 9/17/2015
Location: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at the New Teacher's Conference sponsored by the Connecticut Education Association.
Date Range: 3/19/2016
Location: Mohegan Sun

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at 2015 CT History Day Kickoff event in Hartford. Shared table with other CT State Library activities. Staffed by Chris Gauvreau and State Library Outreach Librarian, Robert Kinney.
Date Range: 9/27/2014
Location: Old State House in Hartford, CT

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at New England Library Association (NELA) Annual Conference in Boxborough, MA in order to encourage other New England states to be a part of the NDNP. Staffed by Gail Hurley and Chris Gauvreau.
Date Range: 10/19/2014-10/21/2014
Location: Holiday Inn Boxborough, MA

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at the Association for the Study of Connecticut History (ASCH) Fall Conference. Staffed by Chris Gauvreau.
Date Range: 11/1/2014
Location: Capital Community College, Hartford, CT

The Chronicling America Historic Newspaper Database: An Introduction for Connecticut Genealogists. (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Chronicling America Historic Newspaper Database: An Introduction for Connecticut Genealogists.
Abstract: Presentation about using Chronicling America, hosted by CDNP and the Connecticut Porfessional Genealogists Association. Presentation by Nathan Yarasavage, Library of Congress, with a short additional talk by Jane F. Cullinane and Melvin Smith of the CT State Library.
Author: Nathan Yarasavage
Date: 11/5/2014
Location: Legislative Office Building, Hartford, CT
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Secondary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIRZpPZtE8w&feature=youtu.be
Secondary URL Description: YouTube website

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at the Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference. Staffed by Jane Cullinane, Chris Gauvreau, and Gail Hurley. Photographs from 4/27/2015 on State Library Facebook page.
Date Range: 4/27/2015-4/28/2015
Location: Mystic Marriott in Groton, CT

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: Staffed exhibit table at the reception for the kickoff event for the State Library's Remembering World War I project. Staffed by Jane Cullinane.
Date Range: 5/27/2015
Location: Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT.

How Connecticut Experienced the Sinking of the Lusitania (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: How Connecticut Experienced the Sinking of the Lusitania
Author: Austin Sullivan
Abstract: A topic guide that links to articles about the Connecticut passengers and Connecticut-made munitions involved in the tragedy.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/03/how-connecticut-experienced-the-sinking-of-the-lusitania/
Primary URL Description: CDNP Website
Audience: Undergraduate

Connecticut Women and World War I (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Connecticut Women and World War I
Author: Allison Noire
Abstract: A topic guide with links to articles illuminating the voluntarism, factory work, nursing, and other contributions of Connecticut women to the World War I mobilization.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/04/connecticut-women-and-world-war-i/
Primary URL Description: CDNP Website
Audience: Undergraduate

Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Presented as part of a larger group on how CDNP newspaper content can be used as primary source material in inquiry exercises aligned with the new social studies framework. the workshop was sponsored by the CT League of History Organizations.
Date Range: 5/11/2016
Location: Van Block State Library facility in Hartford.

"Convention in Riot" (Blog Post)
Title: "Convention in Riot"
Author: Frank Jonientz
Abstract: A blog post riffing on the current interest in hijinks at political conventions.
Date: 5/20/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/05/convention-in-riot-football-tactics-adopted-by-tennesseans-to-gain-rostrum-the-morning-journal-courier-new-haven-conn-march-26-1908/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"A Memorial Day Thought by the Optimist, May 29, 1916" (Blog Post)
Title: "A Memorial Day Thought by the Optimist, May 29, 1916"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A Memorial Day blog post that highlights the Howland Dry Goods Co. use of a poem reflecting on war as an advertisement.
Date: 5/26/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/05/a-memorial-day-thought-by-the-optimist-may-29-1916/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922 (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922
Author: Damon Luna
Abstract: A topic guide that links to sample searches that illuminate the lives of Polish immigrants in Connecticut in the Progressive Era.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/05/polish-immigrant-lives-in-connecticut-1909-1922/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

African Americans and Civil Rights in Progressive Era Connecticut (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: African Americans and Civil Rights in Progressive Era Connecticut
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A topic guide with links to sample searches that illuminate the many efforts to achieve civil rights in Progressive Era Connecticut.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/05/african-americans-and-civil-rights-in-progressive-era-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in World War I-Era Connecticut (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in World War I-Era Connecticut
Author: Amy Fallas-Kerr
Abstract: A topic guide that links to sample coverage of Near East relief work on the part of Connecticut residents during World War I.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/05/american-committee-for-armenian-and-syrian-relief-in-world-war-i-era-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

The American Labor Party Movement in Connecticut, 1918-1921 (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: The American Labor Party Movement in Connecticut, 1918-1921
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A topic guide on the subject of the role of Connecticut machinists in the American Labor Party movement of 1918-1921.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/06/the-american-labor-party-movement-in-connecticut-1918-1921/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

"The Hello Girls" (Blog Post)
Title: "The Hello Girls"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Author: Frank Jonientz
Abstract: A blog post highlighting coverage of the telephone exchange when "women were switches."
Date: 6/16/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/06/the-hello-girls/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A presentation at the Connecticut Historical Society for teachers on how to use newspaper content to create "Teach It" units. The presentation was followed by direct collaboration with teachers desiring to use newspaper content in inquiry-based instruction. This was one of three special sessions that ended the CT Council for the Social Studies Summer Institute.
Date Range: 6/23/2016
Location: CT Historical Society, Hartford
Primary URL: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ecqik3qa20463125&llr=fprcgzlab

Free Speech & Seditious Speech in World War I era Connecticut (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Free Speech & Seditious Speech in World War I era Connecticut
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A topic guide that links to sample search results on the subject of civil liberties on the World War I Connecticut homefront.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/07/free-speech-seditious-speech-in-world-war-i-era-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

Play, Recreation, and Childhood in Progressive Era Connecticut (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Play, Recreation, and Childhood in Progressive Era Connecticut
Author: Allison Horrocks
Abstract: A topic guide that links to sample search results on the subject of children and social reform in Connecticut during the Progressive Era.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/07/play-recreation-and-childhood-in-progressive-era-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922 (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A topic guide that links to sample search results on the subject of Hungarian immigrant lives in Connecticut.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/07/hungarian-immigrant-lives-in-connecticut-1909-1922/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Audience: Undergraduate

"Connecticut National Guard at Pine Camp, NY, 1908" (Blog Post)
Title: "Connecticut National Guard at Pine Camp, NY, 1908"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Author: Frank Jonientz
Abstract: A blog post about the abundance of feature stories on the pleasures of a military training camp.
Date: 7/26/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/07/connecticut-national-guard-at-pine-camp-n-y-1908/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Making Munitions is a Woman's Job (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Making Munitions is a Woman's Job
Author: Edward Dorgan
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on women and World War I created by a teacher out of a workshop in which CDNP showed how Chronicling America content could be used.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.org/high-school-making-munitions-is-a-womans-job-during-world-war-one/
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

Black World War I Veterans Demand Civil Rights (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Black World War I Veterans Demand Civil Rights
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on the topic of the fight for an end to discrimination in public accommodations that was led by African American World War I veterans.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.org/high-school-black-world-war-i-veterans-demand-civil-rights
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

Free Speech and Sedicious Speech on the CT World War I Homefront (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Free Speech and Sedicious Speech on the CT World War I Homefront
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on the contested issue of civil liberties on the World War I homefront.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.org/high-school-free-speech-and-seditious-speech-on-the-connecticut-world-war-i-home-front/
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

African Americans in Progressive-Era CT: The Battle over the Jack Johnson Fight Film (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: African Americans in Progressive-Era CT: The Battle over the Jack Johnson Fight Film
Author: Frank Jonientz
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on the reactions in Connecticut to the censorship of a film of the Jack Johnson-Jim Jeffries boxing match.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.org/high-school-african-americans-in-progressive-era-connecticut-the-battle-over-the-jack-johnson-fight-film/
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

The Immigrant Experience During World War I: Enemy Aliens (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: The Immigrant Experience During World War I: Enemy Aliens
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on the topic on the ways in which the immigrant community experienced the homefront security measures associated with World War I.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.org/high-school-the-immigrant-experience-during-world-war-i-enemy-aliens/
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

Roots of Labor Unrest in Progressive Era Connecticut (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Roots of Labor Unrest in Progressive Era Connecticut
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: "Teach It" unit on topic of the pre-World War I labor upsurge in Connecticut and its causes as debated in the press.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://teachitct.orghigh-school-roots-of-labor-unrest-in-progressive-era-connecticut/
Primary URL Description: Teach It CT website, a project of CT Humanities
Audience: K - 12

"Connecticut African Americas Found the Sumner League, August 1894" (Blog Post)
Title: "Connecticut African Americas Found the Sumner League, August 1894"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A blog post about the late 19th century civil rights movement in Connecticut and especially about J.P. Peaker, the leader of the CT-based Sumner League.
Date: 8/2/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/08/connecticut-african-americans-found-the-sumner-league-in-august-of-1894/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Secondary URL: http://www.facebook.com/CtStateLibrary
Secondary URL Description: Connecticut State Library Facebook
Blog Title: History blogs

"African Americans in the Connecticut National Guard, 1870-1919" (Blog Post)
Title: "African Americans in the Connecticut National Guard, 1870-1919"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A blog organized around a newspaper report on the difficulties faced by Black CT guardsmen while at a training camp in the South.
Date: 9/23/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/09/african-americans-in-the-ct-national-guard-1870-to-1919/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Secondary URL: http://www.facebook.com/CtStateLibrary
Secondary URL Description: Connecticut State Library Facebook
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"K-12 Outreach Experiences: Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "K-12 Outreach Experiences: Using Chronicling America for Inquiry-Based Instruction"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A presentation at the National Digital Newspaper Program 2016 annual conference, a session held at the Library of Congress.
Date: 9/15/2016
Conference Name: NDNP Awardee Conference

"Standing Rock, 1889: The Sioux Treaty" (Blog Post)
Title: "Standing Rock, 1889: The Sioux Treaty"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Inspired by recent events at Standing Rock this blog features an article from 1889 about the treaty between the Sioux nation and the US government.
Date: 12/7/2016
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/12/standing-rock-1889-the-sioux-treaty/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"Sleds, '20 Styles, 50 cents to $3.50'" (Blog Post)
Title: "Sleds, '20 Styles, 50 cents to $3.50'"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: A blog featuring an ad from John E. Bassett &Co., a dry good and hardware store in New Haven, CT. The ad was printed in the Jan. 10, 1906 New Haven Morning Journal and Courier.
Date: 12/14/2016
Primary URL: http://http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2016/12/sleds-20-styles-50-cents-to-3-50/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"Inaugural Doings, 1897" (Blog Post)
Title: "Inaugural Doings, 1897"
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: Inauguration 1897.
Date: 1/17/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/01/inaugural-doings-1897/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"And, Yes, the Cherry Tree" (Blog Post)
Title: "And, Yes, the Cherry Tree"
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: George Washington and the cherry tree.
Date: 2/16/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/02/and-yes-the-cherry-tree/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"Newsgirls: Did They Need to be Saved?" (Blog Post)
Title: "Newsgirls: Did They Need to be Saved?"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An International Women's Day blog about the effort to keep newsgirls off the streets in CT in 1917.
Date: 2/27/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/02/marking-international-womens-day-2017/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Exhibited at annual CT History Day kickoff event in Hartford.
Date: 10/15/2016
Conference Name: CT History Day kickoff event

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Exhibited at the CT Council for the Social Studies Fall Conference in Cromwell.
Date: 10/17/2016
Conference Name: CT Council for the Social Studies Fall Conference in Cromwell

"CT Primary Sources & Tools for Teachers" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "CT Primary Sources & Tools for Teachers"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: At the Connecticut Association for School Librarians conference in Southington, Gail Hurley, Rebecca Furer of CT Humanities, and Jennifer Smolnik, Media Specialist at Ellington High School presented a panel discussion as well as an expert one-on-one session with school librarians and teachers. Chris and Gail also had an exhibit table.
Date: 10/25/2016
Conference Name: Connecticut Association for School Librarians conference

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Exhibited at the Association for the Study of Connecticut History conference at Southern Connecticut State University.
Date: 11/5/2016
Primary URL: http://asch-cthistory.org/fall-2016-conference/
Primary URL Description: ASCH 2016 Conference
Conference Name: Association for the Study of Connecticut History conference

"African American History in Historic Connecticut Newspapers" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "African American History in Historic Connecticut Newspapers"
Author: Robert Kinney
Abstract: Distributed at the Martin Luther King Days at the Peabody Natural History Museum, New Haven CT January 15 & 16, 2017.
Date: 1/15/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/snip-front.jpg
Conference Name: Martin Luther King Days at the Peabody Natural History Museum in New Haven

"The War At Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers" (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: "The War At Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers"
Abstract: At Groton Public Library in Groton CT as part of a series of lectures for the anniversary of World War I.
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Date: 2/15/2017
Location: Groton Public Library
Primary URL: http://www.eventkeeper.com/code/popevent.cfm?curOrg=GROTON&curHelp=&eID=4758497&thisDate=NO_DATE
Primary URL Description: The electronic event calendar of the Groton Public Library.

"Gilded Age Themes Illustrated in Newly Digitized Newspapers" (Article)
Title: "Gilded Age Themes Illustrated in Newly Digitized Newspapers"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Article in the CONNector, the newsletter of the Connecticut State Library.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://ctstatelibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/February-CONNector-2017.pdf
Primary URL Description: The CONNector, February 2017 issue. The CONNector is the newsletter of the CT State Library.
Access Model: open access
Format: Other
Periodical Title: The CONNector
Publisher: CT State Library

"March Madness 100 Years Ago" (Blog Post)
Title: "March Madness 100 Years Ago"
Author: Gail Hurley
Abstract: This blog looks at local and collegiate basketball 100+ years ago.
Date: 3/17/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/03/march-madness-100-years-ago/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website

"The Triumph of the Connecticut Newsgirls" (Blog Post)
Title: "The Triumph of the Connecticut Newsgirls"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An International Women's Day blog about the effort to keep newsgirls off the streets in CT in 1917 was republished by the New England Historical Society on their history blog roll.
Date: 03/28/2017
Primary URL: http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/triumph-connecticut-newsgirls/
Website: New England Historical Society

"Text Mining WWI-era Connecticut Newspaper Stories with Graph Theory and Beyond" (Report)
Title: "Text Mining WWI-era Connecticut Newspaper Stories with Graph Theory and Beyond"
Author: Roger Bilisoly
Abstract: A professor from the Central Connecticut State University math department, with a special data mining project, used newspapers digitized by us to demonstrate methods, alerting other researchers to the rich data trove available in Chronicling America. He recently provided a summary of his results to CDNP.
Date: 03/22/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/03/ccsu-professor-uses-digitized-newspapers-for-data-mining-research/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Access Model: open access

"The Sumner League, Connecticut's Forgotten Civil Rights Society" (Blog Post)
Title: "The Sumner League, Connecticut's Forgotten Civil Rights Society"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An edited version of "Newly Digitized Historic Newspaper Tells about the Fight for African American Civil Rights in Connecticut, 1894-1904" published on the New England Historical Society website.
Date: 4/7/2017
Primary URL: http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/sumner-league-connecticuts-forgotten-civil-rights-society/
Primary URL Description: New England Historical Society website
Blog Title: Connecticut blogs
Website: New England Historical Society

"The Fishing Season's On" (Blog Post)
Title: "The Fishing Season's On"
Author: Jane F. Cullinane
Abstract: Fishermen eagerly await the start of the trout season each year as seen in ads and articles from historic newspapers.
Date: 4/5/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project

Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project
Abstract: CDNP had a table with a continuous slideshow for a Connecticut State Library event commemorating the entry of the U.S. into the First World War.
Date Range: 4/6/2017
Location: Museum of Connecticut History, Hartford

"The War At Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers" (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: "The War At Home: World War I Era Stories from Connecticut Newspapers"
Abstract: Presentation at Simsbury Public Library
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Date: 5/23/2017
Location: Simsbury Public Library
Primary URL: http://www.simsburylibrary.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WWI-booklet.pdf
Primary URL Description: Promotional material by host library

"Using Historic Newspapers for Inquiry-Based Instruction: The Fight to End Discrimination in Public Accommodations in Connecticut, 1894-1919." (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Using Historic Newspapers for Inquiry-Based Instruction: The Fight to End Discrimination in Public Accommodations in Connecticut, 1894-1919."
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Presentation at the 2017 Connecticut Council for the Social Studies Summer Conference at Goodwin College, East Hartford, in a workshop entitled "Inquiry-Based Learning for All: Connecticut Sources and Tools for Grades 3-12."
Date: 6/29/2017
Primary URL: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ee4g1iyn56f9e1a2&llr=fprcgzlab
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Council for the Social Studies website promotion for June 2017 Summer Conference
Secondary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/ccss-inquiry-instruction-resources-july-29-2017/
Secondary URL Description: Materials used in the inquiry instruction with high school teachers
Conference Name: Connecticut Council for the Social Studies Summer Conference

"What Connecticut Made of Edward Bellamy's Utopia" (Blog Post)
Title: "What Connecticut Made of Edward Bellamy's Utopia"
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Blog post about the response to the utopian novel Looking Backward in contrast to the report in a recent New Yorker article about the rise of dystopian fiction.
Date: 6/15/2017
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2017/06/what-connecticut-made-of-edward-bellamys-utopia/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project


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