Historical Geography

Volume 33 2005

Emerging Trends in Historical GIS

Guest Editor: Anne Kelly Knowles


Emerging Trends in Historical GIS
Anne Kelly Knowles
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Using GIS to Investigate Fine-Scale Spatial Patterns in Historical American Indian Agriculture
Wendy Bigler
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Historical and Computational Analysis of Long-Term Environmental Change: Forests in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
James W. Wilson
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Demography, Depopulation, and Devastation: Exploring the Geography of the Irish Potato Famine
Paul S. Ell and Ian N. Gregory
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GIS and the City: Nineteenth-Century Residential Patterns
Donald A. DeBats and Mark Lethbridge
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Corporate Land Tenure in Nineteenth-Century Japan: A GIS Assessment
Philip C. Brown
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Boundaries or Networks in Historical GIS: Concepts of Measuring Space and Administrative Geography in Chinese History
Merrick Lex Berman
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Reports on National Historical GIS Projects (full text)

The U.S. National Historical Geography Information System
Robert McMaster and Pétra Noble

The Great Britain Historical GIS
Ian N. Gregory

A Historical GIS for Ireland
Paul S. Ell

The Belgium Historical GIS
Eric Vanhaute

Towards a Historical Geography Information System for the Netherlands (HGIN)
Luuk Schreven, Onno Boonstra, and Peter Doorn

HGIS Germany: An Information System on German States and Territories from 1820 to 1914
Andreas Kunz and Wolfgang Boehler

Historical GIS Initiative in Russia
Irina A. Merzlyakova

China Historical GIS
Peter Bol and Jianxiong Ge

HGIS Project of Korean Culture
Jong-Hyuk Kim

HGIS of Print Culture in Canada
Fiona A. Black and Bertrum H. MacDonald

The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
Ruth Mostern


Bibliography of Works in Print on Historical GIS
Anne Kelly Knowles
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Historical GIS Contributors
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Locating Memory: Tracing the Trajectories of Rememberance
Nuala C. Johnson
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Sites of Counter-Memory: The Refusal to Forget and the Nationalist Struggle in Colonial Delhi
Stephan Legg
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Whose Sacred Place? Planning Conflict at Cumberland Island National Seashore
Lary Dilsaver
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"Objects of the Highest Importance to Spain and the United States": American Cartographic Challenges to Spanish Imperial Power in North America
Michael Kimaid
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