George Percival Scriven:
An American in Bohol, The Philippines, 1899-1901

An On-line Archival Collection
Special Collections Library, Duke University

Transcript of George Percival Scriven's Bohol Diary

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The digitized version of George Percival Scriven's memoirs related to the Philippines was developed as a project of The Digital Scriptorium of the Duke University Special Collections Library. We are especially grateful to Norman Cameron, a researcher who transcribed the diary and made the transcription and an essay about the events described in the diary available to us in electronic format.

People who worked on this project:
Lydia Boyd: background research and writing, web-page design implementation, HTML coding, scanning
Norman Cameron: transcription of the diary, background essay
Paolo Mangiafico: project coordination, web page design and editing

These papers were scanned with a Sharp JX-330 color flatbed scanner with Adobe Photoshop on a PowerMacintosh 9500/120.

A project of The Digital Scriptorium, Special Collections Library, Duke University. May 1997