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Products for grant BH-50554-13

The Rochester Reform Trail: Women's Rights, Religion, and Abolition on the Genesee River and the Erie Canal
Jose Torre, SUNY Research Foundation, College at Brockport

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Student created Prezi (Web Resource)
Title: Student created Prezi
Author: Students of the Rochester Reform Trail History 413/513
Abstract: Virtual (Prezi-based) Rochester Reform Trail. Lay-out of the workshop created in a class I created from the workshop for the College at Brockport, SUNY History Department Public History and Museum Studies Program. Course is a core requisite in the program.
Year: 2014
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New York State Social Studies COnference Presentation (Web Resource)
Title: New York State Social Studies COnference Presentation
Author: Brendan Harrington
Author: Thomas Siembor Brendan Harrington
Abstract: The workshop has also inspired NEH summer scholars to collaborate. Brendan Harrington and Thomas Siembor (Week 1) presented on the Rochester Reform Trail at the New York State Social Studies Conference ( PNw/edit#slide=id.g603cd4d5d_062). Siembor is also pursuing a possible film project with the PBS local station based on what he learned on the Rochester Reform Trail.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http:// PNw/edit#slide=id.g603cd4d5d_062

History 413/513 (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: History 413/513
Author: Jose R Torre
Abstract: New course created based on the workshop. The Rochester Reform Trail is a required course for College at Brockport students in the Public History and Museum studies track. Course creates product then used in the workshop by the NEH summer scholars and available through Brockport Digital Commons as a pedagogical resource.
Year: 2014
Audience: Undergraduate