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Your donations directly support the technical and programming resources necessary for the maintenance and further development of the H-Net Commons platform. Here is a brief sampling of the exiting projects your donations have contributed to:
The Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project - As part of a nationwide celebration of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, this project focuses on the history of the role of Kentuckians in that effort.
The OCR Bookshelf at H-Russia - An archive of hundreds of primary documents that have been scanned with Optical Character Recognition in order to provide searchable, full-text, research resources.
The World War I Crossroads - A collaboration between editors on the H-Net Commons dedicated to the scholarly study and discussion of World War I and the centennial commemoration of the conflict.
The National Park Service Timeline - A timeline of National Parks created in the United States.
H-Diplo's Syllabus Archive - This page offers a dynamic and growing resource for the teaching community that features sample syllabi from a range of courses in diplomatic history.
Digital Asia - Digital humanities projects in Asian Studies, classified by region, by subject, and by intended use (teaching, research, other). Click on the titles for a brief synopsis for each site.
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