Due to continued concerns over COVID-19 this event is being reevaluated. Notifications of decisions on these events will be made in a timely manner. Please check this page for updates – July 21, 2020
Thursday, October 15th 2020 – 7pm
Dr. Matt Young has started a long-term local history project called Digital Marietta, which combines the power of digital mapping with traditional historical research in primary source materials. Digital Marietta will be an online resource of interest to genealogists and historians alike, in that it will join historic maps of Marietta with census and other public records to allow users to do research on Marietta’s past. The searchable database could be used to reveal information on a particular place or person, or the aggregate data could be used to do sophisticated analysis of local social and economic history. This project grows out of two new minors championed by the History Department in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Public History.
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