Blogging in the Time of COVID-19: A Call for Blog Posts on Digital Archives


H-Latamistas: this has been a trying month for all of us. We have seen our universities close their doors and have had to transition to online teaching (or learning) quickly. Those of you who work in archives and libraries may have had to take similar steps. Conferences have been canceled or have gone virtual. Many of us are anxiously awaiting information about whether we will be able to travel this summer to do planned research. And of course I sincerely hope that no one has become ill.


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Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association, 1881 Constitution and Charter Members

Randolph Hollingsworth (she/her) Blog Post

As part of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, H-Kentucky offers images of the original Constitution of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association (KWSA) adopted on October 27, 1881 - with many thanks to Sarah Dorpinhaus, Director of Digital Services in the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. The Kentucky Woman Suffrage Association was founded after an American Woman Suffrage Association meeting in Louisville. The KWSA was the first woman suffrage organization to represent a state in the South. Similar to the AWSA, the KWSA encouraged men to be members and that "No