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1. Rhode Island Suffragists

Are you or someone you know a descendant of a Rhode Island Suffragist?  If so, we want to hear from you.  We are collecting stories, images, and artifacts about members of the Rhode Island Suffrage Movement.  Qualifying histories will be included in an nationwide online dictionary that references members of the  Suffrage Movement. Participating in compiling local history is fun and easy.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US WITH THIS PROJECT? You can help in two ways. First copy this notification at your social media sites. Second, share with publichistorians.org your stories and photos of Rhode Island Suffragists.

WHO CAN SUBMIT IMAGES? Any individuals and organizations with content relating to the history of the Rhode Island Suffragists.

HOW CAN YOU MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO THE COLLECTION? Submissions can be made via email to valletta@publichistorians.org. Please provide any information such as dates, names, etc… that will demonstrate historical value of your photos and accounts. Photos should be saved in the jpeg format. Personal narratives can be saved as Microsoft Word documents and attached to your email.

WHAT TYPES OF ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED? Digitized items such as photographs, letters,  documents, journals newspaper clippings, postcards, organizational histories and records, brochures, pamphlets, etc…

PLEASE NOTE: Artifacts and documents submitted to Publichistorians.org will be subject to public domain rules and regulations.

2. North Burial Ground Project

Spread the news. We are collecting stories about the North Burial Ground and its interned.  The North Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island is the oldest public cemetery in Providence. Our mission is to collect, organize, and interpret information and images about site. The historical artifacts will be used to create local history narratives and educational resources.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US WITH THIS PROJECT? You can help in two ways. First copy this notification at your social media sites. Second, share your stories and photos of the North Burial Ground and the people buried there.

WHO CAN SUBMIT IMAGES? Any individuals and organizations with content relating to the history of the North Burial Ground.

HOW CAN YOU MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO THE COLLECTION? Submissions can be made via email to valletta@publichistorians.org. Please provide any information such as dates, names, etc… that will demonstrate historical value of your photos and accounts. Photos should be saved in the jpeg format. Personal narratives can be saved as Microsoft Word documents and attached to your email.

WHAT TYPES OF ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED? Digitized items such as photographs, letters,  documents, journals newspaper clippings, postcards, organizational histories and records, brochures, pamphlets, etc…

PLEASE NOTE: Artifacts and documents submitted to Publichistorians.org will be subject to public domain rules and regulations.

 

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