All One People and Under One King

Maeve Kane, University at Albany SUNY | Jun 2, 2021

All One People and Under One King explores the relationship between Queen Anne’s chapel in Fort Hunter, NY, the baptisms administered there, and the diverse Fort Hunter community in the 18th–century New York colony. The site uses data visualization to illustrate the complexity of the human landscape, and the very different and equally complex network of relationships between and among Native Americans, Africans, and Europeans in this community near Albany. To make the site more accessible, there are two color palettes to accommodate color blindness.

Tags: North America United States Class Activities Data & Statistics Maps Software Tools Book & Media Cultural Digital Methods Empires Native American & Indigenous Public Race & Ethnicity Religion Social Women, Gender, & Sexuality 1600-1800


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