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University of Virginia

Archive-It Partner Since: Nov, 2014

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: http://www.virginia.edu   

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"Unite the Right" Rally and Community Response web archive

Archived since: Aug, 2017

Description:

The collection includes 22 archived websites in various formats (blogs, news websites, and social media) related to the events and aftermath of the Unite the Right rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 11-12, 2017.

Subject:   White supremacy movements Protest movements Black lives matter movement United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments Hate groups Social justice

University of Virginia, Curry School of Education

Archived since: May, 2018

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University of Virginia, Office of the President web archive

Archived since: Jun, 2016

Description:

The University of Virginia Office of the President web archive consists of webpages related to the University president and University governance. The website contains information regarding the biographies of the current and past presidents, select speeches and writings, various reports, the strategic plan, a list of the president’s cabinet and academic deans, and the directory for the president’s staff. This is an active collection and the site is crawled multiple times annually. We still receive paper and digital files from the Office of the President. However, many important messages and documents appear only on the webpage.

Subject:   University of Virginia. Office of the President

Valley of the shadow web archive

Archived since: Feb, 2016

Description:

A digital archive of primary sources that document the lives of people in Augusta County Virginia and Franklin County Pennsylvania during the era of the American Civil War. The website is broken into three sections: The Eve of War (fall 1859 to spring 1861), The War Years (spring 1861 to spring 1865), The Aftermath (spring 1865 to fall 1870).

Subject:   American Civil War (1861-1865)

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