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The Newberry seeks to promote wider public engagement with 1.7 million digital images now online
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The French Revolution collection of the Newberry library has been digitized and is now available through the Internet Archive. Below is more information from the collection's website:
"Over the past year and a half, the Newberry has digitized more than 30,000 French Revolution pamphlets representing contemporary commentators’ views on citizenship, royal execution, and the separation of church and state...
The library is now encouraging users of this digital collection to pursue innovative scholarship by applying for the Newberry’s open data grant."
October 26-28, 2017
American Philosophical Society
Not wanting to reply to my own materials already offered for list view, there is here, given this discussion some further 'extended' remarks both about that material and those Roman Empire history substance which are available for inclusive thought along these subject lines raised.
The tumult and transformations resulting from the Age of Revolutions (1770s-1840s) created a trans-Atlantic body of art and material culture that reflected and inspired new ideas and actions. Inspired by Curious Revolutionaries: The Peales of Philadelphia, the American Philosophical Society’s 2017 exhibition on the legacy of the patriot portraitist Charles Willson Peale and his artistic fam