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HAA-261214-18Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities Advancement GrantsCalifornia State UniversityMapping Indigenous American Cultures and Living Histories9/1/2018 - 2/28/2021$50,000.00JanetBerryHess   California State UniversityRohnert ParkCA94928-3609USA2018Cultural HistoryDigital Humanities Advancement GrantsDigital Humanities500000500000

A prototype digital map of three indigenous American nations that will document their geographic ranges, languages, architectural styles, and cultural practices both before and after contact with European settlers.

This Level I project will create the prototype of a digital map of pre- and post-contact American Indian tribal and national regions, cultural histories, and tribally submitted and approved data that is non-archaeological in nature. The prototype, upon completion, will consist of a national map with general information and dynamic details related to three indigenous nations: the Osage, Modoc, and the consolidated Pomo/Miwok. This map will be available to scholars and the public, and envisions future collaboration with, and a centralized reference site for, existing indigenous maps and digital sites. We intend in this project to connect the study of humanities (specifically, indigenous histories and cultures) to conditions of social and cultural life by enabling the public, around the world, to access current and historical maps, cultural practices, and other data related to the life of indigenous peoples.