|Welcome to our virtual Electronic Text Center. Our collections comprise the work of faculty, staff, students and university affiliates. As befits the dynamic and creative university environment, these projects are presented in varying stages of completion.
George Perkins Marsh Online Research Center - images
and annotated searchable transcriptions of selected correspondence of the
noted 19th century environmentalist.
The Eugenics Project - hundreds of documents and images
related to the eugenics movement in Vermont, with commentary. (Coming
UVM Special Collections Finding Aids - searchable
guides to some of the university's manuscript collections.
The History Review - award winning journal of student essays on history and historic preservation. (Some volumes in progress)
Godey's Lady's Book - complete images, partially searchable, of several issues of this popular 19th century magazine.
The Burlington Agenda - a report on research issues in intellectual access to electronically published historical documents.
Other projects include - the collected works of 19th
cent. writer Alice B. Neal Haven, the narrative
of Rev'd Nathan Perkins' 1789 tour of Vermont, and a database
of historic barns in one Vermont town.
Resources - links to more information regarding electronic texts, their creation and use.
For more information about electronic text projects at the University of Vermont, contact Hope Greenberg.