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PlacePress: A WordPress Plugin for Publishing Location-based Tours and Stories
J. Mark Souther, Cleveland State University

Grant details:

Green Book Cleveland (Web Resource)
Title: Green Book Cleveland
Author: Mark Souther et al.
Abstract: Green Book Cleveland maps and further document Cleveland and Northeast Ohio sites that appeared in the Green Book guides for Black travelers in the 1930s-60s, as well as other notable places of African American leisure, recreation, and entertainment that were active during the Green Book era. Green Book Cleveland showcases research done by Dr. Mark Souther and his students in the Department of History at Cleveland State University and is one of the pilot projects for the PlacePress plugin developed the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University under a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
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PlacePress (Computer Program)
Title: PlacePress
Author: Erin J. Bell
Abstract: PlacePress, a modern WordPress plugin, adds Location and Tour post types, structured map blocks (for single and global locations), structured tour stop blocks, and custom taxonomies.
Year: 2020
Primary URL:
Primary URL Description: WordPress Plugin Directory page
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Secondary URL Description: The PlacePress website is the primary discovery site for the plugin. It offers a robust user guide, accessibility statement demo site, and project showcase.
Access Model: Open source
Source Available?: Yes