The Oregon Multicultural Archives: Assisting Communities Document Their Histories Through Digital Stewardship and Archival Education Public Deposited

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In this presentation Fernández describes two collaborative, community projects, the Chinese Disinterment Documents collection online exhibit and the Oregon Tribal Archives Institute, and how these projects can serve as models to assist communities in documenting their histories.

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  • This poster presentation was given as part of a poster session at the Cultural Heritage Archives: Networks, Innovation & Collaboration symposium at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. on September 26-27, 2013.
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