Public access to historical records now more accessible -as National Archives continues digitisation process

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"Historical records are being made more accessible to students and members of the public as the process of digitisation of valuable primary source documents continues. Archivist at the National Archives of Guyana, Department of Culture, Ministry of Social Cohesion, Ms. Nadia Gamel-Carter, today, provided this update at the opening of the Archives Week Exhibition. The week-long exhibition dedicated to the commemoration of the Centenary Anniversary for the Abolition of Indentureship targets secondary and tertiary students and aims to raise awareness about the genealogical research and other services that the agency provides."


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Tags: oa.spanish oa.languages oa.definitions oa.okfn oa.digitization oa.guyana oa.latin_america oa.south_america oa.south

Date tagged:

10/31/2017, 15:36

Date published:

10/31/2017, 05:47