Business as Usual

Well, yeah, I guess.

Today I went to the museum in town to watch the World War I documentary that they made last year. Colm told me about it ages ago, though I forgot about it; he reminded me that it existed when we were both doing research over there on Friday.

I decided I might as well get around to watching it. Even though I’m focusing on the WCSA specifically, I figured it was a good idea to know what was going on in the county during the Great Read More

Chugging Along

Research is rollling along. I meant to call the museum on Friday, but ended up getting busy with something else and completely forgot. I finally remembered to call them yesterday and ended up having to leave a message for them. I’m going to try again tomorrow¬†and hopefully I’ll be able to get in touch with someone. Last spring when I was doing my honors capstone project, which focused on the early day of Morris in the 1880s, I got in touch with a woman who Read More

Welcome One, Welcome All: An Introduction to My Blog

Hello there, I’m Britta, a fourth year History and English major at the University of Minnesota-Morris.

Over the course of Spring Semester 2015, I will be participating in Century America, a unique and exciting course sponsored by COPLAC that extends across both the U.S. and Canada. My professors reside in different states…in fact, we aren’t even in the same time zone. My classmates? Other than my research partner at UMM, they all attend different schools. The class meets over video conference. We haven’t met in real life, but we are very much together Read More