Stories are the big picture…or a snapshot in time. They provide the basics – who, what, where, when, why, and how – and may offer context and analysis. Stories can evolve, expand, and change over time as more is learned through new technology or new scholarship.
Stories include the personal – memories of immigrants who passed through Ellis Island
– and the impersonal recitation of data and dates. They can be thousands of years old – the petroglyphs of the Rio Grande Valley
and as fresh and raw as the events of 9/11
Stories recount the challenges and opportunities faced by individuals, communities, and nations.
Stories are shared history. Read them here