If you are interested in the other three Digital History seminar projects you can visit their sites as well.
James Farmer Project
This group focused on the life and achievements of James Farmer, Civil Rights activist and late Professor at the University of Mary Washington. They capture the essence of this empowering man through quotations, video, an extensive biography, and countless photographs.
The Alumni Project
This group spent their time interviewing various alumni of the University of Mary Washington. They produced an outstanding site where you can add your own biography if you are an alumn. They also have an extensive timeline of the school’s history, which is particularly suitable given that the University is currently celebrating its centennial year (1908-2008).
James Monroe Project
Last, but not least, is the James Monroe Group. They created two separate sites, one for the James Monroe Papers and the other was a creation all their own, and can be found here. The second site focuses on Monroe’s trip to France and what business he undertook during that portion of his life.