Knowles, Anne Kelly, ed. Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2002).
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Table of Contents
Preface, by Myron Gutmann
Introducing Historical GIS, by Anne Kelly Knowles
1. Historical Maps in GIS, by David Rumsey and Meredith Williams
2. Teaching the Salem Witch Trials, by Benjamin C. Ray
3. Similarity and Difference in the Antebellum North and South, by Aaron C. Sheehan-Dean
4. Telling Civil War Battlefield Stories with GIS, by David W. Lowe
5. Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in Metropolitan New York, 1900-2000, by Andrew A. Beveridge
6. Redlining in Philadelphia, by Amy Hillier
7. Causes of the Dust Bowl, by Geoff Cunfer
8. Agricultural History with GIS, by Alastair W. Pearson and Peter Collier
9. Mapping British Population History, by Ian N. Gregory and Humphrey R. Southall
10. GIS in Archaeology, by Trevor M. Harris
11. Mapping the Ancient World, by Tom Elliott and Richard Talbert
12. The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative and the North American Religion Atlas, by Lewis R. Lancaster and David J. Bodenhamer
Glossary of GIS Terms
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