- This collection of organizations is an incredible resource!
PVHN welcomes your history-related questions and genealogical inquiries! Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Learn how your favorite historical society can benefit from PVHN’s Summer Themes, Gatherings & Workshops, and Special Projects.
- Get involved!
- And let us know your thoughts below:
NEW THEME FOR 2014!
MADE IN THE VALLEY
Join the Pioneer Valley History Network in celebrating the artisans, craftspeople, and manufacturers that produced goods in our area. From cottage industries to precision manufacturing, from the arts and crafts movement to the Armory, the Pioneer Valley has led the way in innovation. Once again, PVHN welcomes contributions from all over the Valley on different aspects of our locally-made history. We encourage historical societies and museums to develop an exhibit or display featuring something made in your town. You may send articles and/or photos to us at: email@example.com
Check out PVHN’s “Made in the Valley” website at: http://valleymade.wordpress.com/
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NEW! RESEARCH FINDING AIDS PROJECT!
About PVHN’s Finding Aids Project
Many of the Pioneer Valley’s museums and archives, both large and small, have printed “finding aids” for certain collections, or for their entire holdings. These finding aids, once a standard practice for museums and archives, are used by museum staff to locate specific items from those collections. For the researcher, they provide insight into the holdings of that museum or archives. Frequently, these finding aids are not digitized and are nowhere to be found on the world wide web.
This project will enable researchers and the general public to utilize archival resources of the Pioneer Valley that are currently languishing because finding aids for many important collections have not been made available on the Internet.
Follow this link to check it out: http://pvfindingaids.wordpress.com/
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