Mapping Native New Hampshire

Blogging, I've found, can be highly addictive, and can lead you straight into other time-consuming digital hobbies. I'm becoming interested in collaborative mapping. How would it change the way people look at, say, a "white" (not!) state like New Hampshire, if a group of people INDIGENIZED this space. . .?

I would be very interested to hear recommendations for additional links!

Siobhan Senier
Associate Professor, English at University of New Hampshire
Editor, Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England (U of Nebraska P, 2014).


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    bethfinke 1 September, 2011 at 16:51 Reply

    Hey Siobhan – thought ti was so cool that this post had an option saying “Screen reader users, click here for plain html” but when I linked there it said a “Lost in Space” episode: Warning! Wanring! Framing forbidden frame! Ah, weel, just wanted you to know I’m out re linking to your blog — hope this one gets lots of comments…

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    Alice M. Azure 29 September, 2011 at 00:50 Reply

    This was a nice way to map the various Native American sites in the state. Thanks for the work that probably went into the creation of the “pins” and subsequent explanations that popped up–complete with directions!

    Alice Azure

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