Videos of SFDA Team
A Look Inside the Seward Family Digital Archive Project
Building a Digital Collection
Frances Seward: A Nineteenth-Century American Woman
Digital Humanities and the Seward Project
Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation and the Seward Project
Community Volunteers and the Seward Project
Annotation and Transcription
Seward Project Overview, 2018
Thomas P. Slaughter, Arthur R. Miller Professor of History explains the Seward Family Digital Archive Project.
Seward Stories Presentations, April 12, 2017
Student presentations from the fourth annual Seward Family Digital Archive's Seward Stories event.
Anne Fennimore on confidential documents from Charles Sumner.
Omar Masood on the intersections of class, race and gender in a Seward letter.
Serenity Sutherland on leaving and saying goodbye on the Seward Project.
Seward Stories Presentations, April 13, 2016
Student presentations from the Seward Family Digital Archive's annual event, Seward Stories.
Camden Burd on networked representations of Frances Seward's social circle in Auburn, NY.
Nathan Simons on Augustus Seward's early military career.
Michelle Ridout on Frances's network of friends and acquaintances.
From Fall 2015: "Spanning the Generations, One Letter at a Time"
A film about the collaboration between the Seward Family Digital Archive and the Highlands at Pittsford, a retirement community in Pittsford, NY.