HGIS Bibliography

Historical Geography, vol. 33, 2005.

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Articles

“Emerging Trends in Historical GIS” by Anne Kelly Knowles

“Using GIS to Investigate Fine-Scale Spatial Patterns in Historical American Indian Agriculture” by Wendy Bigler

“Historical and Computational Analysis of Long-Term Environmental Change: Forests in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia” by James W. Wilson

“Demography, Depopulation, and Devastation: Exploring the Geography of the Irish Potato Famine” by Paul S. Ell and Ian N. Gregory

“GIS and the City: Nineteenth-Century Residential Patterns” by Donald A. DeBats and Mark Lethbridge

“Corporate Land Tenure in Nineteenth-Century Japan: A GIS Assessment” by Philip C. Brown

“Boundaries or Networks in Historical GIS: Concepts of Measuring Space and Administrative Geography in Chinese History” by Merrick Lex Berman

Reports on National Historical GIS Projects: 

“The U.S. National Historical Geography Information System” by Robert McMaster and Petra Noble

“The Great Britain Historical GIS” by Paul S. Ell

“A Historical GIS for Ireland” by Paul S. Ell

“The Belgium Historical GIS” by Eric Vanhaute

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

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

“Historical GIS Initiative in Russia” by Irina A. Merzlyakova

“China Historical GIS” by Peter Bol and Jianxiong Ge

“HGIS Project of Korean Culture” by Jong-Hyuk Kim

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

“The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative” by Ruth Mostern

“Bibliography of Works in Print on Historical GIS” by Anne Kelly Knowles

“Historical GIS Contributors”

“Locating Memory: Tracing the Trajectories of Rememberance” by Nuala C. Johnson

“Sites of Counter-Memory: The Refusal to Forget and the Nationalist Struggle in Colonial Delhi” by Stephen Legg

“Whose Sacred Place? Planning Conflict at Cumberland Island National Seashore” by Lary Dilsaver

“‘Objects of the Highest Importance to Spain and the United States’: American Cartographic Challenges to Spanish Imperial Power in North America” by Michael Kimaid

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