Provides examples of how geographic information system (GIS) data can be used to conduct historical and contemporary research using Census Bureau data and mapping and other resources. Such data and mapping can enhance understanding of historical and contemporary subjects in a multidisciplinary variety of topics.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS), history, demographics, economics, ancestry, religion, Toronto, Canada, property values, agriculture
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Using Census Bureau Data for Current and Historical GIS Research. Presentation: Introduction to GIS for Social Science. Purdue University Libraries. West Lafayette, IN. April 18, 2014.
Agricultural and Resource Economics Commons, American Politics Commons, Christian Denominations and Sects Commons, Cultural History Commons, Demography, Population, and Ecology Commons, Geographic Information Sciences Commons, History of Christianity Commons, History of Religion Commons, Income Distribution Commons, Military History Commons, Other International and Area Studies Commons, Social History Commons, Social Statistics Commons, United States History Commons
Presentation to the Introduction to GIS For Social Science workshop made in Parrish Library April 18, 2014.