New Plans

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I am pleased to announce that this summer I am a John B. Hurford ’60 Humanities Center Summer Research Fellow. A little bit more about the fellowship in general: “These competitive grants are designed to support thesis-related or otherwise substantive … Read More




New look

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New Look I know got new glasses… but that’s not what I’m talking about… As you may have noticed, my website has changed in its look an feel. Though I have been neglecting the blog-writing piece of the website, I … Read More




Post Roads 1839

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Before I begin: PLEASE NOTE: I am also looking for paid summer internships that have  a map making component. I can send my resume and anything else if you are interested. Tweet, email, you know the drill… Hi Everyone, It has been … Read More




Updated Casino Map

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Almost every Friday since September, Laurie Allen, a Digital Librarian at Haverford College has worked with me to improve my interactive mapping skills. I have been inspired to learn JavaScript, leaflet, some html, some css, some mapbox, some cartodb, and … Read More




Got Pesticides?

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This is a project that I completed for my final in my first GIS course. I talked to Dr. Steve Brown at the University of Georgia extension service and found that it may have been better to use data on … Read More




Casino Map

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This is a map I created of Alaskan Native and American Indian Casinos in the United States. I retrieved the data from the National Indian Gaming Commission. Here’s the list. Click here for the full map Casino Map by Laura … Read More




Post Road Data

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The Post Road data was created during my time as a Tri-college digital humanities intern with the Viral Texts Project at Northeastern University. I used two maps  from the Library of Congress, both created by the official topographer to the … Read More




Government Dealings

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Things have been pretty interesting around here. Last week I tried calling the Postal Service Historian. Turns out, there’s no number for that person, so I called the general USPS number. Needless to say, the many people I talked to … Read More




After the first few days

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I keep meaning to write. My life has been great. Work has been so so interesting. I never imagined myself wanting to work 7-8hrs straight, but I do! I am so lucky. Right now, I am sitting at my desk … Read More




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