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Brian DeGraaf

LookBackMaps - 1 views

    "Lookbackmaps is a network of neighborhood historians, historical photo enthusiasts, historians, book publishers and others who collaborate to map history.\n\nThrough the online digitization of high-resolution public photo collections and geotagging technology, Lookbackmaps creates collaborative, standardized views into the past.\n\n \n\nThere's something in being human that wonders what was here before us-who occupied this space, how did they live, what did they leave behind? By mapping the millions of historical photos available through public libraries and private collections on the web, we start to piece together the puzzle."
Brian DeGraaf

Ancestral Atlas - Family Tree Maps - Genealogy Software - 0 views

    From site: " Our vision is to provide an enjoyable and informative website that allows you to add your ancestors' life events where they happened and to be able to share that knowledge in a secure and collaborative environment. Over time, as more and more people add their data, Ancestral Atlas will be a site for not only creating a visual data base of your family tree maps (your own Ancestral Atlas) but also a primary source for continued research into your family's history."
Michael Hait

DoHistory Home - 0 views

    A site that shows you how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived. Our case study: Martha Ballard.
TK Sand

Atlas of Historical County Boundaries - 0 views

    interactive historical state and county maps
Moultrie Creek

World History - 0 views

    Interactive Maps, Timelines, Videos, Geocoded Photos, Museum Artifacts, and your Ancestors are just a few things you can do and discover on, the new social history experience. We connect the dots of history, we connect you to history. Sources, partners, and YOU provide the content, history provides the story.
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