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about us The Northwest Digital Archives (NWDA) provides enhanced access to archival and manuscript collections in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington through a union database of Encoded Archival Description (EAD) finding aids. See the Contact Us page for a list of the NWDA consortium members. Significant subject commonalties include the major economic forces in the region- agriculture, forest, products, fisheries, and natural resources; urban and rural social and progressive movements; local state, regional, and national politics; outdoor recreation; Native American language and culture; and the place of religious communities in the region. The Northwest Digital Archives was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities for July 2002 through December 2004 (Phase I) and July 2005 through June 2007 (Phase 2).
Virginia Heritage , a consolidated database of finding aids to manuscript and archival collections, provides information about historical materials that document Virginia History and culture from 1607 to the present. Virginia Heritage includes guides to collections held by: Alexandria Library College of William and Mary Colonial Williamsburg Foundation George Mason University Hollins University James Madison University Library of Virginia Old Dominion University Radford University Randolph-Macon College Roanoke College Roanoke Public Library Thomas Balch Library University of Richmond University of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Historical Society Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Virginia Military Institute Virginia State University Virginia Union University Washington and Lee University Wytheville Community College Winner of the 2003 Solinet Outstanding Library Programs Award for Preservation and Electronic Information
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