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  • Final Project

    May 2, 2023- by Bella Castillo For my digital history final, I chose to research women’s voting rights, closely following the American Revolution. This period is considered the early American Republic. Before this time, women were not able to vote. Changes for women’s voting rights took a turn in favor of women in New Jersey. New Jersey was the first and only…

  • Extra Credit Blog #1

    Black Social Movements in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands: The Story of Little Liberia was a presentation given by Dr. Laura Hooton on April 17th at 12pm in the SMU Fondren Library. Dr. Hooten studied at UC San Diego and has spent the last decade studying Little Liberia and other subjects similar to it, which makes her…

  • Spatial History Blog

    Blog #5 Spatial History looks at how maps change over time to understand history better, maps are a large indicator of change over time. Maps can help us see the past in a clear way. Maps are used for research and presentation purposes as they are a great visual aid that show change clearly. They’re…

  • Visualization Assignment

    https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1pUkbVCrgP13zjCzhoK8Fztab0siPg-JN1Iiy0D6GiFI&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650 The topic of this timeline is Woman’s Voting Rights during the American Revolution. I selected a multitude of a events including the first time a women (Lydia Taft) voted in american history, the multiple elections that occurred in New Jersey for women, and other important events during the American Revolution in relation to women’s…

  • Dataset Assignment and Blog

    Chicago Manual of Style Citation: Upper Penn Neck Township, Salem County, New Jersey, Poll Lists, 1800″ from the American Revolution Museum’s virtual exhibit “When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story” Blog #3: Dataset Assignment Chicago Manual of Style Citation: Barton, Clara. “Clara Barton to Lon Poor about the changes in Abraham Lincoln.” Correspondence. The…

  • Primary and Secondary Sources

    Topic: Women’s Rights post Civil War Zotero Library: https://www.zotero.org/isabellacastillo2 Source #1: Journal Article WINEAPPLE, BRENDA. “Ladies Last: AFTER THE CIVIL WAR, BOTH WOMEN AND BLACK MEN STRUGGLED TO WIN THE VOTE. WHY THE MEN SUCCEEDED.” The American Scholar 82, no. 3 (2013): 28–38. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43870612. This article discusses how after the Civil War, both women and…

  • Digital History Project

    Blog #1: Chicago Manual of Style citation: “The September 11 Digital Archive,” accessed [02-09-2024], https://911digitalarchive.org/collection-tree. This digital project covers the tragedy of 911 and the history that followed it, which occurred on September 11, 2001 in New York City. They cover information about what happened on September 11, 2001, and what came after. The audience…