Native-Land.ca is a resource to help North Americans learn more about their local history. It maps references to territories, languages, and treaties from mostly native sources, and is self-described as "work in progress, and one that we can all improve by working together"
Enchanting the Desert is a regional portrait of the Grand Canyon that creatively interprets the space produced by a series of landscape photographs. Building cartographic portraits of the photographs—a spatial-analytic achievement—affords the opportunity for a place-based portrait of human inhabitation here—a humanistic achievement. The project is the first in Stanford University Press series of "interactive scholarly publications."
A set of interrelated projects on the American Civil War, of which 5 are maps.