American paper-based media set the standards for local and national news reporting. Recently, digital media has displaced paper, but paper media has a rich and valuable history, filled with lessons for today.
We work to preserve the history of past publications.
Small museums scattered through American towns often survive on the sheer enthusiasm of a few volunteers. Unable to afford advertisements or wide publicity, these organizations cannot attract enough tourists to survive financially—yet they hold pieces of history that may otherwise be lost.
We are helping by building digital presence for these museums.
Washington Territory was claimed and colonized late in United States history. Akin to earlier immigrants who came to the New World in search for a better future, later men and women of the Eastern states voyaged to the West.
This project reclaims the people who first came to undeveloped Washington lands to build roads, towns, hospitals, etc., and preserves their history for the digital world.
Advances in sailing and navigation techniques lie at the root of globalization. Many methods of modern military command and management gave sailing crews the precision and synchronization required to connect the world.
We bring the history of windjammers—too quickly forgotten as their sails were rendered obsolete—to life.