In partnership with the Missouri History Museum‘s St. Louis Sound exhibit, Dr. Kelland’s fall 2021 Introduction to Public History students created several aural projects in partnership with historic sites and museums.



Digital Exhibit

This exhibit interprets histories of the St. Louis region through the sense of sound. This project features soundscapes from partner sites including the Centre for French Colonial Life, the Campbell House Museum, the Thomas Sappington House Museum, the Scott Joplin House State Historic Site, the Field House Museum, the World Chess Hall of Fame Museum, the National Blues Museum, the Lewis and Clark Boathouse Museum, and The Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona.

The Sounds of St. Louis



Storymap

This Esri StoryMap features recordings of artifacts and aural interpretations at historic sites across St. Louis, including the Centre for French Colonial Life, the Campbell House Museum, the Thomas Sappington House Museum, the Scott Joplin House State Historic Site, the Field House Museum, the World Chess Hall of Fame Museum, the National Blues Museum, the Lewis and Clark Boathouse Museum, and The Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona.

St. Louis Aural StoryMap



Podcasts

This episode offers a tour through the history of Blues musicians, venues, and cultural productions in St. Louis.

History of St. Louis Blues podcast


This episode narrates the history of ragtime music in the city of St. Louis through the people and places that helped shape the distinctively American musical form.

History of Ragtime in St. Louis podcast

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