Unearthing St. Augustine's Colonial Heritage ( Postcard )

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Title:
Unearthing St. Augustine's Colonial Heritage ( Postcard )
Physical Description:
Postcard
Language:
English
Creator:
Hood, Barbara
Caswell, Thomas
Publisher:
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
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29.8942639 x -81.3132083 ( AA00013652_00001 )

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Abstract:
Postcard for the NEH funded grant project for Unearthing St. Augustine's Colonial Heritage: An Interactive Digital Collection for the Nation's Oldest City, accessible online: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH
General Note:
This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the George A. Smathers Libraries at University of Florida

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Applicable rights reserved.
System ID:
AA00013652:00001


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UNEARTHING ST. AUGUSTINES COLONIAL HERITAGE: An Interactive Digital Collection for the Nations Oldest City UNEARTHING ST. AUGUSTINES COLONIAL HERITAGE: An Interactive Digital Collection for the Nations Oldest City UNEARTHING ST. AUGUSTINES COLONIAL HERITAGE: An Interactive Digital Collection for the Nations Oldest City UNEARTHING ST. AUGUSTINES COLONIAL HERITAGE: An Interactive Digital Collection for the Nations Oldest City

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Unearthing St. Augustines Colonial Heritage is a National Endowment for the Humanities grant-funded project to digitally preserve a collection of hidden and fragile resources related to colonial St. Augustine, consisting of 10,000 maps, drawings, photographs, and documents available freely online. Partnering with the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) to realize this project are the City of St. Augustine departments of Heritage Tourism and the Archaeology Program, the St. Augustine Historical Society, and Government House, which is managed by UF. The Unearthing St. Augustine materials are scattered among four different repositories which have been previously inaccessible to researchers worldwide. Among the important items to be unearthed, which date from the 16th century to the present, include archival materials from the following: Government House maps and overlays of the city, architectural drawings of historic structures, and related government documents St. Augustine Historical Society Spanish documents, transcriptions, and English language translations City of St. Augustine Archaeology Program records, photographs, and site summaries for 100 excavations conducted over the past 20 years Herschel Shepard Collection at UF drawings, photos and documents related to Shepards restoration and reconstruction of the citys colonial buildings The project will be a resource for researchers, historians, archaeologists, architects, and historic preservationists, and will help in telling St. Augustines unique story on a global scale. Unearthing St. Augustines Colonial Heritage is a National Endowment for the Humanities grant-funded project to digitally preserve a collection of hidden and fragile resources related to colonial St. Augustine, consisting of 10,000 maps, drawings, photographs, and documents available freely online. Partnering with the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) to realize this project are the City of St. Augustine departments of Heritage Tourism and the Archaeology Program, the St. Augustine Historical Society, and Government House, which is managed by UF. The Unearthing St. Augustine materials are scattered among four different repositories which have been previously inaccessible to researchers worldwide. Among the important items to be unearthed, which date from the 16th century to the present, include archival materials from the following: Government House maps and overlays of the city, architectural drawings of historic structures, and related government documents St. Augustine Historical Society Spanish documents, transcriptions, and English language translations City of St. Augustine Archaeology Program records, photographs, and site summaries for 100 excavations conducted over the past 20 years Herschel Shepard Collection at UF drawings, photos and documents related to Shepards restoration and reconstruction of the citys colonial buildings The project will be a resource for researchers, historians, archaeologists, architects, and historic preservationists, and will help in telling St. Augustines unique story on a global scale. Unearthing St. Augustines Colonial Heritage is a National Endowment for the Humanities grant-funded project to digitally preserve a collection of hidden and fragile resources related to colonial St. Augustine, consisting of 10,000 maps, drawings, photographs, and documents available freely online. Partnering with the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) to realize this project are the City of St. Augustine departments of Heritage Tourism and the Archaeology Program, the St. Augustine Historical Society, and Government House, which is managed by UF. The Unearthing St. Augustine materials are scattered among four different repositories which have been previously inaccessible to researchers worldwide. Among the important items to be unearthed, which date from the 16th century to the present, include archival materials from the following: Government House maps and overlays of the city, architectural drawings of historic structures, and related government documents St. Augustine Historical Society Spanish documents, transcriptions, and English language translations City of St. Augustine Archaeology Program records, photographs, and site summaries for 100 excavations conducted over the past 20 years Herschel Shepard Collection at UF drawings, photos and documents related to Shepards restoration and reconstruction of the citys colonial buildings The project will be a resource for researchers, historians, archaeologists, architects, and historic preservationists, and will help in telling St. Augustines unique story on a global scale. Unearthing St. Augustines Colonial Heritage is a National Endowment for the Humanities grant-funded project to digitally preserve a collection of hidden and fragile resources related to colonial St. Augustine, consisting of 10,000 maps, drawings, photographs, and documents available freely online. Partnering with the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) to realize this project are the City of St. Augustine departments of Heritage Tourism and the Archaeology Program, the St. Augustine Historical Society, and Government House, which is managed by UF. The Unearthing St. Augustine materials are scattered among four different repositories which have been previously inaccessible to researchers worldwide. Among the important items to be unearthed, which date from the 16th century to the present, include archival materials from the following: Government House maps and overlays of the city, architectural drawings of historic structures, and related government documents St. Augustine Historical Society Spanish documents, transcriptions, and English language translations City of St. Augustine Archaeology Program records, photographs, and site summaries for 100 excavations conducted over the past 20 years Herschel Shepard Collection at UF drawings, photos and documents related to Shepards restoration and reconstruction of the citys colonial buildings The project will be a resource for researchers, historians, archaeologists, architects, and historic preservationists, and will help in telling St. Augustines unique story on a global scale. http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the George A. Smathers Libraries at University of Florida This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the George A. Smathers Libraries at University of Florida This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the George A. Smathers Libraries at University of Florida This project is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the George A. Smathers Libraries at University of Florida