WELCOME TO REVOLUTION AND ROMANTICISM.

Streetprint: Revolution and Romanticism is a private collection of street literature held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It comprises a wide range of types, from street ballads through chapbooks and tracts to valentines, from Britain and mostly from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

Help! We know our current Categories are not helpful--the section was thrown together as we rushed to enter the documents, using labels from certain libraries' collections. We WELCOME suggestions on constructing a solid set of Category tags of our own for the material on this site.

LATEST NEWS

WELCOME TO STREETPRINT 3!
by Matthew Ogle on 2004-09-24

Revolution & Romanticism is now powered by a prerelease version of the Streetprint Engine 3.0, featuring improved support for web standards, metadata, new sections and other features.

Let us know what you think of the changes! Version 3.0 of the Engine is still in beta testing, so don't hesitate to post suggestions, questions, or bug reports on the Streetprint.org forums.

STATISTICS:

  • Total texts in database: 253
  • Total fulltexts in database: 119
  • Total images in database: 3636
  • Total media in database: 2