The Chronicle, the journal of the Early American Industries Association, in continuous publication since 1933, has featured descriptive articles and original research studies on the history of early industries, technologies, trades and crafts. Authors have included professional historians, museum curators, living history re-enactors, collector-historians and students engaged in the study of early American life and industry.
The Chronicle is more than the journal of the Early American Industries Association. The Chronicle is widely cited in academic research as a primary source of original research into early American history and as such, plays an important part in the ongoing study of culture, society and industry.
The DVD – digital edition of The Chronicle contains Volume I (1933) through Volume 60 (2007). Included in this DVD are:
• The complete run of The Chronicle, including all special supplements, in SEARCHABLE Adobe PDF files.
• An index (1988-2007) to The Chronicle, and links to the most current on-line index.