Dear NY History list folks:
The University at Albany has published an article "The 1939 Dairy Farmers Union Milk Strike in Heuvelton and Canton, New York: The Story in Words and Pictures" in their new web site, The Journal for MultiMedia History. 
Edward Knoblauch, Webmaster
New York History Net
The following is the announcement introducing the journal:

    The Department of History at the State University of New York at
Albany is pleased to present the first issue of The Journal for
MultiMedia History. We are the first peer-reviewed electronic journal
that presents, evaluates, and disseminates multimedia scholarship.
This free online journal can be found at the following Web site:

    This exciting journal offers a new vision for presenting
historical research. Adhering to the highest research standards and
utilizing the most innovative multimedia technologies, The Journal for
MultiMedia History (JMMH) combines audio, visual, and hyperlinked
materials with thoughtful historical analysis. By exploiting the
almost magical potential of digital code, authors can explore and
present a range of scholarly source materials impossible to
incorporate into traditional texts. The journal also provides in-depth
reviews, including audio and visual clips and links, of multimedia
resources such as CD-ROMs, videos, and Web sites.

    The first issue includes exciting pieces by accomplished scholars.
One item centers on a radio interview conducted in 1960 with the
Nation of Islam's Elijah Muhammad, accompanied by an analysis by his
biographer, Claude A. Clegg III. This issue also contains the audio
and text of a lecture by Professor Kathy Peiss that focused on her new
book about American women and the making of the modern consumer
culture. Tom Kriger explores a labor strike in New York that took
place during the Great Depression. He uses a dazzling array of
photographs and oral history interviews. Adrienne Hood and  Jacqueline
Spafford make judicious use of hypertext to demonstrate the promise
and perils of integrating Web construction projects, and Corrine Blake
offers a comprehensive hypertext review of Web-based resources for
students and scholars of Islam and Islamic Civilization.

    We are privileged to have a distinguished editorial board that
includes Steven Brier, co-founder of the American Social History
Project (ASHP), City University of New York (CUNY), currently
assistant provost for Technology  and Instructional Media at the
Graduate School and University Center, CUNY; Joshua Brown, creative
director of the ASHP and acting director of the ASHP/Center for Media
and Learning, City University of New York; Mark Kornbluh, director of
H-NET, Michigan State University; Carolyn Lougee, chair, Stanford
University History Department; Roy Rosenzweig, head of the Center for
New Media at George Mason University; and Richard Hamm, University at
Albany, State University of New York; and the founding editors,Gerald
Zahavi and Julian Zelizer of the University at Albany.  Susan
McCormick, a doctoral student in our department, has offered her
expert guidance throughout this process as the managing editor of the

    Please forward this announcement to other Internet discussion
groups and post it on the bulletin boards of your institution. We hope
you enjoy The Journal for MultiMedia History and we look forward to
receiving your comments and scholarly contributions at
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Gerald Zahavi and Julian Zelizer
Founding Editors, the Journal for Multimedia History
Department of History, University at Albany
Phone:  (518)442-4488
Fax:      (518)442-3477