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.
The geographic chronology of Willa Cather.
Studying English dialects in the USA.
The landscape of the Blue Ridge Parkway, USA, a 469 mile ‘elongated park.'
An experiment with indexing, using, and ultimately understanding oral history in new ways, based upon accounts of feminist activism in the late twentieth century.
Technically and historically very interesting mapping of slavery in the US, 1790-1860. Project:
Using historical census data to examine the United States' urban transition in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Visualizing Emancipation organizes documentary evidence about when, where, and how slavery fell apart during the American Civil War.