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Web Map Project: Visualizing Immigration

For my map project, I created a Google Maps that shows some of the major ports for Eastern European immigrants at the turn of the 20th century, as well as some of the larger departure ports in Europe. 343 more words


Digital History: Mapping

For this assignment, I decided to map out sites from some of the primary sources that I have been consulting for work on a major research paper about the… 279 more words

Digital History

Digital Project Proposal

My digital history project is to expand my Omeka site to include the rest of the cartoons I have collected and studied for my thesis. This will expand the site from focusing on the theme of how the submariners expressed their relations with various groups to also include the themes of daily life in the Navy and views on violence and death. 500 more words


Paintings by Hans Peeters

Hans Peeters is a scientist, author, and artist.

One of Hans’s scientific research articles is in my California condor bibliography. While that article concerns golden eagles, his findings lead him to an important recommendation concerning condors. 313 more words


Chronicling Budget Cuts: Narrating Institutional Memory in the 21st century

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts thinking about the recent round of budget cuts at the University of North Dakota. Go read  1,242 more words


Seeking specimens and information

Publications concerning the California condor have sometimes been about seeking, rather than conveying, information. This post includes some examples that reveal more of the human-California condor saga. 708 more words


100 Years Later: Making Statistics Usable Again

Last semester, I wrote a historiography on Jewish immigration to the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century, a period that is typically defined as ranging from 1881 to 1924. 511 more words