Share Your Story

Share your stories with us! Our digital archives is accepting community submissions. These submissions will help inform future historical interpretation.

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Contributors are required to enter their name and email. We won't publish or share your email. We collect email addresses only so that we are able to contact contributors if we have questions about the submission.

Your name will be published with your submission unless you click the box "I want to submit anonymously."

By clicking submit, you acknowledge that you have read the terms & conditions and consent to including your story in the archive under those terms.

Terms and Conditions

Creative Commons:
All items contributed from the United States and globally (with the exception below for Australian contributions) are made under the understanding that everything submitted will follow a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

All items contributed within Australia are made under the understanding that they follow a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0 AU). See

Note that this site collects email addresses in order to validate submissions. These addresses are not shared. In making sharing your story, i.e. making a contribution to the archive, be aware that we publish the fields “creator/author” and “contributor.” If you want to personally remain anonymous please leave these fields blank as appropriate. If other than yourself, you should always cite the “creator/author,” which is the individual and/or institution that originally created the item or story being contributed.

Copyright & Takedown
The project team has made the best effort to adhere to known intellectual property and privacy rights. Due to the nature of community built archival collections, we are not always able to identify intellectual property and/or privacy information. We are eager to hear from any rights owners so that we may obtain accurate information. Please contact us to make corrections or to request removal of materials from public access.