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History at your fingertips

On Apr 24, 2020
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This is the first library-wide, crowd-sourced transcription project in Harvard’s history https://t.co/ZraVqrhdqs
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The first Harvard Library-wide crowdsourcing transcription project is seeking volunteers to help transcribe the handwritten materials from the University’s 18th-century North America Collection.

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On Apr 24, 2020
@Harvard shared
This is the first library-wide, crowd-sourced transcription project in Harvard’s history https://t.co/ZraVqrhdqs
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History at your fingertips

The first Harvard Library-wide crowdsourcing transcription project is seeking volunteers to help transcribe the handwritten materials from the University’s 18th-century North America ...

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