The Question

Shar­ing our Knowl­edge
Part 11: The Question

Shar­ing our Knowl­edge is a series of arti­cles about the His­to­rian Archives Project and how you can become involved.

Surviving the Disk Errors

Sur­viv­ing the Disk Errors

We began Part 1 by pos­ing the ques­tion, “Why would I want to join?” For some­one under age 30, the answer includes a sub­stan­tial online pres­ence, and sig­nif­i­cant inter­ac­tion. That inter­ac­tion usu­ally begins as online interaction.

Here in Part 11, we need to ask the ques­tion, “How do we get this project off the ground?” Our answer is the same – we cre­ate that sub­stan­tial, inter­est­ing, and inter­ac­tive online pres­ence first. Both the Newslet­ter and the Web site allow us to talk about the project. But we need to also use our Web site to show the project, and become the cen­tral point of inter­act­ing with our mem­bers and poten­tial members.

Please share your ideas!

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  1. Very impores­sive! I stum­bled upon your web­site in my search for my Strong fam­ily ances­tors. I have very lit­tle infor­ma­tion so I can’t tell if your branch is related to me. The last solid infor­ma­tion I have is on my Great Grand­par­ents, Samuel Smyth Strong and Frances Alice (Reeves) Strong. Samuel was born in Iowa and lived in Emer­ick, Madi­son, NE. He was born Sep 1858 (1900 US cen­sus) and Frances was about age 35 Would appre­ci­ate any help you may give either affirm­ing or negat­ing a rela­tion­ship. Thank you sin­cerely, Josie

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