New Report: “Early American Cookbooks: Creating and Analyzing a Digital Collection Using the HathiTrust Research Center Portal”
The following report and digital collections were written/curated by Gioia Stevens from The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Early American Cookbooks: Creating and Analyzing a Digital Collection Using the HathiTrust Research Center Portal
The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
CUNY Academic Works (IR)
The Early American Cookbooks project is a carefully curated online collection of 1450 cookbooks published in the United States between 1800 and 1920. The purposes of the project are to create a freely available, searchable online collection of early American cookbooks, to offer an overview of the scope and contents of the collection, and to use digital humanities tools to explore trends and patterns in the metadata and the full text of the collection. The project has two basic components: a collection of 1450 full-text titles on HathiTrust and a website site to present a guide to the collection and the results of the digital humanities analysis.
Direct to Full Text Report (43 pages; PDF)
Early American Cookbooks website
Archived website as a WARC file, created using webrecorder.io
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