Have you ever tried to identify the historical facts which were simultaneously happening, in any part of the globe, during a certain period of time? If you try, you will see the enormous difficulty it conveys.
In order to provide a solution to this issue and ease the study of history, we started years ago the creation of a system to represent the historical events and the geopolitical maps of any region or country in the world.
The system ables you to position in any geographical area, both with a background map or relief map, zoom, navigate in time and search.
Languages: English, Español, Français, Português, 简体中文, Italiano, Deutsch.
Explore unique historic places and take self-guided tours. Find interesting people, places and events in this region’s history.
With a growing list of interpretive stories, each point on the interactive GPS-enabled map includes historical information about the location, along with historic images from archival collections and historical publications.
You can find more information about the history of South Louisiana by visiting the project website at www.acadianahistorical.org.
Thanks to the content provided by the Public History Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the graduate students in Dr. Robert Carriker’s spring 2013 class: Stephanie Cheramie, Courtney Dupré, Joe Kent, Anne Mahoney, Meredith Melançon, Clare Robbins, Eric Scott, and Mike Smith.
- Content developed by: Robert Carriker and the Public History Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette
- Technology and Concept by: The Center for Public History and Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University
- Powered by: Curatescape (curatescape.org)
- Graphic design: Epstein Design Partners (epsteindesign.com)
- Software development: DXY Solutions (dxysolutions.com)
Copyright: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Explore unique historic places and create self-guided tours. Discover interesting people, places and events in Sakonnet-area history. With a growing list of interpretive stories, each point on the interactive GPS-enabled map includes historical information about the location, along with historic images and media from archival collections and historical publications.
The information on the app may also be accessed by visiting the project Website at www.sakonnethistorical.org.
Copyright: Brown Center for Public Humanities, Brown University
Find interesting people, places and events in Indianapolis’s history. With a growing list of interpretive stories, each point on the interactive GPS-enabled map includes historical information about the location, along with historic images from archival collections and historical publications. For some sites there are audio and/or video clips.
Indy Historical is one of many related projects that have developed out of Mobile Historical (mobilehistorical.org). It is a collaborative effort by students, public historians, teachers, and community members and organizations. You can find more information about Indianapolis history by visiting the project website at indyhist.iupui.edu.
Project copyright holders:
Dr. Rebecca Shrum and Dr. John Dichtl, Department of History, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
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