Dr. Ayers and Digital History: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog

And I’m back!!! Sorry for the hiatus, I have been super busy dealing with a myriad of things….. I am going to be using this site for one of my classes this semester, focusing on digital tools for historians. This week our task was to look at the work of Dr. Edward Ayers, specifically his … More Dr. Ayers and Digital History: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog

Week Seven: Meeting the Historic Preservation Board

So, I’m plugging away at these Historic Structure Forms like last week. This week in order to make sure I was filling out a section of the forms completely I had to check the stacks. The stacks are filled with Historic Preservation Board decisions and files on houses within each historic district. These folders contain … More Week Seven: Meeting the Historic Preservation Board

Week Six: Is There History In Historic Districts?

So this week dear readers I did almost the exact same thing as last week. I filled in more Historical Structure Forms and worked on making more maps….riveting, I know. But as I have started reading more materials for my historiography I have come to realize that what I am doing is actually really important … More Week Six: Is There History In Historic Districts?