Re: Who Built America

Cathleen Cummings, Media Coordinator - SRJC (ccumming@floyd.santarosa.edu)
Thu, 09 Apr 1998 08:48:45 -0700

At 07:36 AM 4/9/98 -0700, Gail wrote
>The two series in which I am interested are video cassettes. Series 1
includes
>the following titles spanning the American Revolution through the 1870s:
> The Big H
> Tea Party Etiquette
> Daughters of Free Men
> Doing As They Can
> Five Points
> Dr. Toer's Amazing Magic Lantern Show
>
>Series 2 includes the following titles spanning the late 1870s through the
early
>1920s:
> 1877: The Grand Army of Starvation
> Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl
> Savage Acts: Wars, Fairs, and Empire
> Up South: African American Migration in the Era of the Great War
>
>The CD-ROM you mentioned covers the same period as series 2 above and sounds
>wonderful, but many of our faculty are still more interested in video programs
>than computer images at this time. If, indeed, the CD-ROM you mentioned is
the
>same as the series 2 I have described, I will count your evaluation as an
>unqualified purchase recommendation.

Gail - these are produced and distributed by the American Social
History Project - 212 966-4248. They're located at 99 Hudson St, NY NY
10013. Our History instructors have acquired almost all the titles and use
them extensively. ~Cath

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Cathleen Cummings
Media Coordinator, Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA- USA 95401
ccumming@floyd.santarosa.edu
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