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Neatline is a suite of plug ins that allow you to create "geotemporal" exhibits that plot onto maps or photographs. It is a fantastic resource for those wanting to create visual stories that specifically engage with elements of location or time. With Neatline, you can place items onto modern or historical maps, create timelines, or examine visual elements of a photograph.
For more details about Neatline, visit the Neatline Website.
Prohibition Raids in New Orleans, 1919-1933:
Tracing Harriet Tubman in the Landscape:
The Nicolay Copy of the Gettysburg Address:
Chicago's Shifting Synagogue Landscape:
For more, visit the Neatline Showcase.