This website was created with the open-source content management system WordPress. It is the digital documentation of “Morgan at 200” events as well as student research for the colloquium. By inviting students to showcase their research findings through the digital platform, it explores the potential and challenges of teaching basic web design and data curation skills in a humanities and social sciences class.

Miss Elsie Elm (Oneida) sings the funeral dirge in her native Oneida language at the Lewis Henry Morgan tomb on Nov. 14 1920. Stone, Mr. Albert R., courtesy of Rochester Museum & Science Center.