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Placing history : how maps, spatial data, and GIS are changing historical scholarship / edited by Anne Kelly Knowles ; digital supplement edited by Amy Hillier.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: G70.212 .P55 2008

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Redlands, Calif. : ESRI Press, 2008
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    GIS and history / Anne Kelly Knowles
    Creating a GIS for this history of China / Peter K. Bol
    Teaching with GIS / Robert Churchill and Amy Hillier
    Scaling the dust bowl / Geoff Cunfer
    "A map is just a bad graph" : why spatial statistics are important in historical GIS / Ian N. Gregory
    Mapping husbandry in Concord: GIS as a tool for environmental history / Brian Donahue
    Combining space and time: new potential for temporal GIS / Michael F. Goodchild
    New windows on the Peutinger map of the Roman World / Richard J. A. Talbert and Tom Elliott
    History and GIS: implications for the discipline / David J. Bodenhamer
    What could Lee see at Gettysburg? / Anne Kelly Knowles. with Will Roush, Caitrin Abshere, Lucas Farrell, Andrew Feinberg, Thom Humber, Garriott Kuzzy, and Charlie Wirene
    Conclusion: an agenda for historical GIS / Anne Kelly Knowles, Amy Hillier, and Roberta Balstad.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Knowles, Anne Kelly.
    Hillier, Amy, 1970-
    Notes
    Papers presented at a conference held at the Newberry Library in Chicago in March 2004.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [277]-292) and index.
    GIS and history / Anne Kelly Knowles -- Creating a GIS for this history of China / Peter K. Bol -- Teaching with GIS / Robert Churchill and Amy Hillier -- Scaling the dust bowl / Geoff Cunfer -- "A map is just a bad graph" : why spatial statistics are important in historical GIS / Ian N. Gregory -- Mapping husbandry in Concord: GIS as a tool for environmental history / Brian Donahue -- Combining space and time: new potential for temporal GIS / Michael F. Goodchild -- New windows on the Peutinger map of the Roman World / Richard J. A. Talbert and Tom Elliott -- History and GIS: implications for the discipline / David J. Bodenhamer -- What could Lee see at Gettysburg? / Anne Kelly Knowles. with Will Roush, Caitrin Abshere, Lucas Farrell, Andrew Feinberg, Thom Humber, Garriott Kuzzy, and Charlie Wirene -- Conclusion: an agenda for historical GIS / Anne Kelly Knowles, Amy Hillier, and Roberta Balstad.
    CD-ROM in pocket on inside back cover.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781589480131
    1589480139 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xx, 313 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 23 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)

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