Dartmouth Digital Library Collections
These manuscripts (circa 1743-1794) have been assembled as part of an NEH-funded project to document Samson Occom's education and his relationship with Eleazar Wheelock.
These materials elucidate a number of other subjects including the Great Awakening; attitudes toward Indians in the 18th century; missionary work among the …
Photographic Records is a collection of thousands of images that are a visual record of Dartmouth College life (locale, people, and events). These images were created by College Photographers Adrian N. Bouchard (1938-1976), Stuart Bratesman (1985-1993), Joseph Mehling (1993-2011), Eli Burakian (2011-present) and Robert Gill …
Dartmouth College Photo Files are a diverse collection of approximately 80,000 photographs related to Dartmouth College, Hanover, and the surrounding area. Images date from the early years of photography (ca. 1850s) to the present and include images of nearly all aspects of Dartmouth College life, including:
The Encyclopedia Arctica is the typescript of a proposed 20-volume reference work on the northern arctic and subarctic regions. The project was begun in 1947 under the sponsorship of the Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy and drew on the expertise of governments (especially Canada), learned societies, and scholars from all …
The Richard E. Stoiber Papers, of which these slides are a part, comprise of 23 boxes of material (34.5 linear ft.), and also contain books, manuscripts, class lectures, published articles and abstracts, correspondence, student papers and research reports, photographs, negatives, videotapes and films, annotated maps, and personal …
The Dartmouth Digital Library Program promotes innovative scholarship and teaching through the digitization of selected Library holdings and the open access publication of new digital scholarship. The Program responds to increasing demand for global access to our collections, and is aligned with our mission to foster intellectual growth by supporting excellence in education and research, and with our vision of "inspiring ideas for personal transformation and global impact".