Knowles, Anne Kelly., ed. Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship (Redlands, California: ESRI Press. 2008).
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Table of Contents
Foreword, by Richard White
Preface, Anne Kelly Knowles and Amy Hillier
1. GIS and History, by Anne Kelly Knowles
2. Creating a GIS for the History of China, by Peter K. Bol
3. Teaching with GIS, by Robert Churchill and Amy Hillier
4. Scaling the Dust Bowl, by Geoff Cunfer
5. “A Map Is Just a Bad Graph”: Why Spatial Statistics Are Important in Historical GIS, by Ian N. Gregory
6. Mapping Husbandry in Concord: GIS as a Tool for Environmental History, by Brian Donahue
7. Combining Space and Time: New Potential for Temporal GIS, by Michael F. Goodchild
8. New Windows on the Peutinger Map of the Roman World, by Richard J.A. Talbert and Tom Elliott
9. History and GIS Implications for the Discipline, by David J. Bodenhamer
10. What Could Lee See at Gettysburg? by Anne Kelly Knowles with Will Roush, Caitrin Abshere, Lucas Farrell, Andrew Feinberg, Thom Humber, Garrott Kuzzy, and Charlie Wirene
Conclusion: An Agenda for Historical GIS, by Anne Kelly Knowles, Amy Hillier, and Roberta Balstad
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