Below is a list of organizations who are participating in this project as host organizations. You may contact the organization directly for specific questions, or for more information.
Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford: 9-5 pm, to register, contact Melissa Traub, Melissa_traub@chs.org, (860) 236-5621. Online newspaper database, four computer stations available, ten researcher limit. Researchers may choose titles available in the database. 1 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT.
Connecticut State Library, Hartford: 9-5 pm, to register, contact Carolyn M. Picciano, Carolyn.email@example.com. Microfilm and online database access, four computer stations available, six researcherlimit. 231 Capital Avenue, Hartford, CT.
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford, West Hartford: 9:30-4:30 pm, to register contact Estelle Kafer, firstname.lastname@example.org, (860) 727-6171. Connecticut Jewish Ledger, some hard copy and online database access. Three computers are available, five researcher limit. 333 Bloomfield Avenue, Suite B, West Hartford, CT.
To register as a participant in this project click this link: http://www.clho.org/event-2411322
To learn more about the National Project CLICK HERE.
STEP 1: LEARN
This project investigates US press coverage for a number of Holocaust-related events.
STEP 2: RESEARCH
Now it's your turn. Go to your library, historical society, or search online for local newspaper archives. Find articles about the historical events.
STEP 3: CONTRIBUTE
Submit the research you find to our online database, which will be available to anyone, anywhere—from historians to curators to students.