Pandemic Journal Project Template- Dennis
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Recording History in the Age of Pandemic
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A Historically-Inspired Line-a-Day Journal Template
Created by Dennis Public Library, adapted from the Framingham History Center
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When studying times of crisis, historians, archives, and museums depend not only on the actions of national and international leaders, but on records of daily life. Inspired by the one-line journals that were so commonly kept in the past, The Dennis Public Library invites you to use this open template to record your daily experiences in the time of COVID-19. We hope to compile a snapshot of daily life during these unprecendented times. This template is open for anyone who wants to use it. If you live in Dennis, please consider sharing your journal with the Dennis Public Library's COVID-19 digital archive.
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TO USE THIS TEMPLATE: open the "File" drop down menu and select "Make a Copy." Your copy of this template will then be available to edit and record your daily entries. You can also download this template as an Excel spreadsheet by opening the "File" drop down menu and selecting "Download > Microsoft Excel."
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To submit your journal to the DPL's COVID-19 Digital Archive: open the "File" drop down menu, select "Email as Attachment" and email the file to den_mail@clamsnet.org and we will follow up with you. All submitted journals will be assumed submissions to the Archive. To learn more about the DPL's COVID-19 Digital Archive, or to submit photos of your experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic, visit dennispubliclibrary.org.
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Week of:
3/15/2020
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Su3/15/2020
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M3/16/2020
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Tu3/17/2020
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W3/18/2020
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Th3/19/2020
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F3/20/2020
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Sa3/21/2020
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WEEKLY REFLECTIONS
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Week of:
3/22/2020
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Su3/22/2020
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M3/23/2020
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Tu3/24/2020
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W3/25/2020
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Th3/26/2020
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F3/27/2020
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Sa3/28/2020
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Week of:
3/29/2020
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Su3/29/2020
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M3/30/2020
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Tu3/31/2020
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W4/1/2020
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Th4/2/2020
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F4/3/2020
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Sa4/4/2020
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Week of:
4/5/2020
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Su4/5/2020
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M4/6/2020
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Tu4/7/2020
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W4/8/2020
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Th4/9/2020
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F4/10/2020
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Sa4/11/2020
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Week of:
4/12/2020
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Su4/12/2020
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M4/13/2020
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Tu4/14/2020
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W4/15/2020
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Th4/16/2020
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F4/17/2020
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Sa4/18/2020
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Week of:
4/19/2020
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Su4/19/2020
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M4/20/2020
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Tu4/21/2020
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W4/22/2020
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Th4/23/2020
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F4/24/2020
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Sa4/25/2020
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Week of:
4/26/2020
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Su4/26/2020
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M4/27/2020
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Tu4/28/2020
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W4/29/2020
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Th4/30/2020
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F5/1/2020
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Sa5/2/2020
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Week of:
5/3/2020
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Su5/3/2020
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M5/4/2020
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Tu5/5/2020
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W5/6/2020
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Th5/7/2020
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F5/8/2020
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Sa5/9/2020
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WEEKLY REFLECTIONS
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Week of:
5/10/2020
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Su5/10/2020
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M5/11/2020
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Tu5/12/2020
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