Data is a very important aspect when it comes to history. In fact, it comprises what history is all about; Information is either given in spoken words/text such as letters and books or numbers, such as data or counting books. Tidy data is very helpful […]
For this assignment, I focused on the enslaved people in the 1840’s. I primarily focused my data on nonwhite free and nonwhite slaves. I wanted to showcase that the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade was in 1801 and still allowed for slavery to occur. […]
Geospatial visualization and analysis can change how we look at historical questions by allowing for questions and their answers to be shown up as maps, data graphs, etc. It encourages the readers and the audience to look at it from a different standpoint as it […]
Looking back at the two websites, each offered something different to the reader. The website had a home page with six header lines and that allowed for a reader to click on what was most important to them in their research. Revisiting Rebellion: Nat Turner […]
In Unrequited Toil, chapter 2 discusses the Walker vs Jennison Case. That case brought up how inconsistent the constitution was in regard to slavery and how people were enslaved in Massachusetts. This case was the first of many to go to the Supreme Court. In […]
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