Event Title

Why Use Primary Sources? Finding Your Why in Spinelli Archives.

Presenter Information

Alice Staples

Abstract

Have you ever wondered what birds were common around Squam Lake in the early 20th century? Have you ever wondered when the sap started running in Campton in 1895? Have you ever wondered where certain plants were growing in Langdon Park in 1955? Primary source materials can enhance curriculum in many ways and for many disciplines. Come to the archives and discover materials that may be useful for your courses and cluster projects. Answer your why, what, when and where in the Spinelli Archives. No food or drink, and clean hands please.

Session Type

Faculty & Staff

Presentation Type

Event

Location

Lamson Library: Spinelli Archives

Start Date

8-15-2018 2:30 PM

End Date

8-15-2018 3:30 PM

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Why Use Primary Sources? Finding Your Why in Spinelli Archives.

Lamson Library: Spinelli Archives

Have you ever wondered what birds were common around Squam Lake in the early 20th century? Have you ever wondered when the sap started running in Campton in 1895? Have you ever wondered where certain plants were growing in Langdon Park in 1955? Primary source materials can enhance curriculum in many ways and for many disciplines. Come to the archives and discover materials that may be useful for your courses and cluster projects. Answer your why, what, when and where in the Spinelli Archives. No food or drink, and clean hands please.