This Week’s New York History Web Highlights By Editorial Staff on June 14, 2013 Visiting Archives: Some Best Practices The Historical Society: Maps and History Roundup Best Political Button Ever: Al Smith in 1928 Digitization 101: Will Copyright Become Extinct in 2020? Brooklynology: The 1950 Student Strike When Did Girls Marry? 200 Years of Livingston Marriages Ephemeral NY: The “Squatters” Who Called Central Park Home Bowery Boys: The Astor House Demolished 100 Years Ago Don Rittner: Troy Building Once An Early Printer, School Academia: How Many History MOOCs Are There? On Friday afternoons New York History compiles for our readers the best web highlights. You can find all our weekly web round-ups here. Subscribe! More than 4,100 people get New York History each day via E-mail, RSS, or Twitter or Facebook updates.