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Evernote: An Online Note Taking Tool

I had never heard of Evernote until enrolling in this Digital History class so the spring semester has been a personal crash course in the program/app.  Having a Chromebook as opposed to the traditional Mac or PC platforms has added … Continue reading

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War of Words: Winds vs. Franklin

It was January 5, 1776 and New Jersey’s Governor William Franklin was upset.  He felt betrayed and helpless.  By the beginning of 1776, Franklin was on the losing side of a battle to rein in the more radical (as he … Continue reading

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William Winds: A Revolutionary General

In 2013, Denville celebrated its centennial, but the town’s history goes well beyond the past century.  In fact, while doing research for an online exhibit, I came across a man who lived in the area who was an integral part … Continue reading

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Christopher Ward Bio

Hi.  My name is Chris Ward. I graduated Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management in 2003.  After a few years in a cubicle, I found a calling to become a teacher and enrolled in William Paterson’s … Continue reading

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