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Wednesday, April 17 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Digital Storytelling with Historic Maps

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This session will explore the Story Map, “How Did Arizona Get its Shape?” which uses maps from the State of Arizona Research Library Special Maps Collection to tell a historical narrative of Arizona’s shifting geopolitical borders from 1679 to 1912. Maps are a unique resource that can be hard to “read,” but every map contains a story about that place. A sequence of maps, therefore, can tell a more comprehensive story about how a particular landscape changed over time. Story Maps connect the reader to a simple interface where they can learn the histories contained in the maps.

Presenters
avatar for Ryan Ehrfurth

Ryan Ehrfurth

Digital History and Maps Librarian, Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records
I manage the Arizona Memory Project and the Special Maps Collection at the State of Arizona Research Library.



Wednesday April 17, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Reception Hall

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