Matt’s Project

narrative of the life and adventures of paul cuffe

  – Matt Randolph (Amherst College ’16) – Digital Scholarship Summer Intern for Digital Programs at Frost Library (2014) INTRODUCTION  When many historians think of the name Paul Cuffe, they usually imagine the famous half-African, half-Native-American nineteenth-century sea captain and abolitionist from New Bedford, MA. But did you know that Paul Cuffe also had a son of the same name? Like…Continue Reading Matt’s Project

Criss’s Project

Illustration by David Cusick from Sketches of Ancient History, Courtesy of Amherst College Archives. Depicts Ononadaga chief Atotarho covered in snakes

Project Description This is the summary for my digital humanities project called The Political Implications of the Passive Voice. To see what went into making it, visit my process page. For my project as part of our student authored website, I created an HTML markup of a passage from the Tuscaroran author David Cusick’s Sketches of Ancient History of the…Continue Reading Criss’s Project