The Woodstock Letters: Jesuit Reports on Belize and the World
The Jesuit Archives has released a complete digital version of Woodstock Letters. On their website you will find the chronological arrangement of the various issues. An index, albeit incomplete, is available for research.
Woodstock College and the Maryland Province in the United States circulated Woodstock Letters among Jesuits and their institutions in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The publication offers detailed accounts of events, institutions, ideas, and persons from 1872 to 1969. The various issues include historical articles, updates on work being done by the Jesuits, eyewitness accounts of historic events, book reviews, obituaries, enrollment statistics for Jesuit schools, and other items of interest to the Society. It provides an invaluable record of the work done by American Jesuits. The project thus contributes to preserving and delivering a valuable resource to countless users in the academic world.
The print version of Woodstock Letters comprises almost 50,000 pages and occupies 13 feet of shelf space. Approximately 45 libraries list the serial in their collections. In addition, several institutions have microfilm or microfiche editions.
This resource provides great insights on the history of Belize.
Read the Woodstock Letters here!