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No Lo Tires! Don't Throw It Away! Texas Latino Archives Shaping Their Own Narrative: Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft Apr 2014

No Lo Tires! Don't Throw It Away! Texas Latino Archives Shaping Their Own Narrative: Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft

Faculty Publications

Practical tips for organizations and individuals considering preserving their historical records with a local archive.


Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft Apr 2014

Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft

Faculty Publications

This presentation describes the path an established community organization traveled toward getting their historicalmaterials into a local archive.


No Lo Tires! Don't Throw It Away! Texas Latino Archives Shaping Their Own Narrative: Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft Apr 2014

No Lo Tires! Don't Throw It Away! Texas Latino Archives Shaping Their Own Narrative: Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft

Diane Duesterhoeft

Practical tips for organizations and individuals considering preserving their historical records with a local archive.


Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft Apr 2014

Community Leaders Negotiate A Framework For Their Archival Collection, Diane Duesterhoeft

Diane Duesterhoeft

This presentation describes the path an established community organization traveled toward getting their historical
materials into a local archive.


"The Struggle For The Supremacy Of The Coast": Baseball And Identity In Boothbay Harbor, Maine, Christopher G.F. Hoffman Jan 2014

"The Struggle For The Supremacy Of The Coast": Baseball And Identity In Boothbay Harbor, Maine, Christopher G.F. Hoffman

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During the summer months of the first decade of the twentieth century, the Boothbay Harbor region was invigorated with baseball fever. By 1900, Americans had come to understand baseball as its national game, and Boothbay Harbor discovered and nourished the game in the final decades of the nineteenth century. But as the twentieth century began, baseball became more than a game: it was a business, a spectacle, and an opportunity for inhabitants of the region to define themselves based upon the team they supported.