American Panorama

Robert K. Nelson and Edward L. Ayers, Editors, Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond | Oct 1, 2020

American Panorama’s interactive mapping techniques enable students and teachers to investigate change over time related to key aspects of US history. Students can use the maps to research and discuss topics such as redlining, urban renewal, forced migration of enslaved people, Congressional elections, transportation routes, foreign-born citizens, and more. Some maps feature embedded primary sources journal entries and reflections.


Tags: United States Data & Statistics Maps Primary Sources African American African Diaspora Digital Methods Migration & Immigration Political Public Slavery Urban 1600-1800 1800-1900 1900-1945 1945-Present


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