On 27 September 2014 Letters of 1916 celebrated its first birthday. Since its launch the project has grown rapidly. Our 1,000th letter went public in July 2014 and there are currently almost 1,500 letters available to transcribe in the transcription Continue reading Letters of 1916 celebrates its first birthday!
Letters of 1916 is delighted to announce its latest collaboration with a national institution, the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) PRONI was founded in 1923 shortly after the official foundation of Northern Ireland as the official archive for Continue reading Letters of 1916 welcomes the Public Record Office of Ireland as a new contributor
The next #AskLetters1916 Twitter chat will take place on 9 September from 5.30 – 6.30pm (GMT). The topic for the chat is: BEING AN INTERN ON A HISTORY PROJECT On 9 September, we will be on twitter holding a twitter chat about Continue reading #AskLetters1916 Twitter Chat: 9 September 2014
Between 6-8 August 2014 Letters of 1916 hosted a workshop for secondary school history teachers and others involved in the education sector. The aim of the workshop was to explore ways in which the Letters of 1916 archive can be Continue reading Letters 1916 Workshop for Teachers 2014