Student Output from GEOG 454 Historical Geography: Lost Chapel Hill, Spring 2012



The research projects in this class were all done by collaborative teams or two or three students. Teams displayed their posters in a poster session and also turned in GIS files for future use in a larger "Lost Chapel Hill" public history and geography.

Posters are listed alphabetically by poster title



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the McCorkle Place poster in pdf
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"The History of McCorkle Place" by David Hare and Emily Smith



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pdf
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"The Impact of Segregated Schools in Chapel Hill Prior to the Civil Rights Movement" by Shelby Dotson and Christina Marsicano



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"Lost Roads of Chapel Hill: the historical geography of E. Franklin Street, Raleight Road, and how people got up and down 'the Big Hill'" by Brian Godfrey, Litton Greenspan, and Oliver Maxwell



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"Origins of the Black Community in the Northside Neighborhood of Chapel Hill" by Zachary Frere, Michael Pugliese, and Ziad El Tannir



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"Urban Functions of Chapel Hill" by Casey Jenkins, Kyndal Owens, and Ben Stewart
See also this Powerpoint file with images of the popups this team created to illustrate details about the customers from their general store data sample, including items purchased, linked to the customers' locations. During the poster session, a laptop was available on which visitors could click on a customer location to see this information.



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Posted 6/6/2012 ~ Last updated 6/6/2012