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What’s New on the ASHP/CML Web Site

Published March 24, 2011

Check out the newest additions to our Web site: Student Voices from World War II and the McCarthy Era ( featuring oral history interviews with Brooklyn College students who participated in a World War II Farm Labor Project and a Cold War era controversy over free speech on campus; Virtual New York City (, based on the Old York Library Collection on NYC history now housed at The Graduate Center, which tells the city’s history through evocative primary documents and original essays, beginning with an online exhibit on disasters in NYC history; the “Making Sense of Evidence” section of History Matters, now offering Learner Guides and interactive exercises that explore the historian’s craft; and the online Viewer’s Guides for our video documentaries.

Change your bookmarks, because some ASHP/CML Web pages have new URLs: The Lost Museum,; Virtual New York City,; CUNY Wired!,; and the New Media Lab, Visit us today!

Lastly, it is now easier to order ASHP products (/cart) through our Web site, including the Who Built America? and Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution CD-ROMs!

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