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Shifting Landscapes: Labor and Mobility in New Orleans
Amy Medvick, Hermann-Grima-Gallier Historic Houses

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Shifting Landscapes: Labor and Mobility in New Orleans (Game/Simulation)
Title: Shifting Landscapes: Labor and Mobility in New Orleans
Author: Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses
Author: Dr. Fallon Aidoo
Author: Ms. Katherine Burlison
Author: Dr. Bryan Carter
Author: Dr. Clifton Ellis
Author: Dr. Walter D. Greason
Author: Dr. Erin M. Greenwald
Author: Dr. Leslie Harris
Author: Mr. Brandon Hull
Author: Ms. Tessa Jagger
Author: Dr. Amy Katherine Medvick
Author: Dr. Louis P. Nelson
Author: Dr. Anastacia Scott
Author: Dr. Arijit Sen
Author: Ms. Brook Tesler
Author: Dr. Dell Upton
Author: Mr. Leon A. Waters
Abstract: Welcome to Shifting Landscapes: Labor and Mobility in New Orleans. This virtual tour provides a lens into how the built environment may have been experienced by the enslaved people who lived and labored at the Gallier Historic House between its completion in 1860 and the end of the Civil War in 1865. In particular, the tour follows the day-to-day life of Laurette, ladies’ maid and nursemaid to the Gallier family.
Year: 2022
Primary URL:
Primary URL Description: This URL is for the starting point of the Shifting Landscapes virtual tour. It leads to a splash page with the HGGHH and NEH logos, followed by a view of the front of the Gallier Historic House.
Secondary URL:
Secondary URL Description: This URL links to the introductory page for the Shifting Landscapes virtual tour on the website. The page includes a description of the tour, a link to access the tour, an overview of projected plans to expand the tour, a link to a feedback survey, credits and funding acknowledgements.
Access Model: The virtual tour is open access, available free to the public on our website.
Source Available?: No