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There are multiple ways to make your way through this digital version of “Singing Box 331.” Because this scholarship represents a collaboration across a wide range of disciplinary and community commitments, we have designed this website so that readers might navigate the text and multimedia resources in ways that best suit their interests.

If you would like to start with an overview of the project, you might jump to “Project Documentary” before proceeding into the text and additional material.

If you would like to read the article in the same order as the print version, simply start at “Beginnings” and continue to click “Next” at the bottom of each page and you will be led through the text and the accompanying multimedia extras.

If you would like to make your own pathway through the text, we offer this site map as a visual representation of the article. We hope the non-linear representation invites multiple access points into the materials.

Rachel Wheeler and Sarah Eyerly, “Singing Box 331: Re-sounding Eighteenth-Century Mohican Hymns from the Moravian Archives,” digital companion version, William and Mary Quarterly, October 2019,

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