Oregon Historical Society TimewebUnited States2008,Oregon Historical Society; Second Story

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The Oregon Historical Society’s TimeWeb builds interactive timelines that create historical webs of ideas, events, and places with over 800 records from their archival collection. Visitors can customize the presentations by focusing time parameters, by selecting from dozens of tags or topics, or by filtering items on the timeline according to regions, materials, or keywords.

 

The Oregon Historical Society’s TimeWeb builds interactive timelines that create historical webs of ideas, events, and places with over 800 records from their archival collection. Visitors can customize the presentations by focusing time parameters, by selecting from dozens of tags or topics, or by filtering items on the timeline according to regions, materials, or keywords.

Production Country: 
United States
Production Year: 
2008
Subject: 
Art and Artists
Big Business and Capitalism
Crime and Punishment
Education
Food and Agriculture
Indigenous Cultures and Issues
Labour and Working People
Personal Histories
Politics and Political Intrigue
Platform: 
Website
Purpose: 
Educational
User Experience: 
Mosaic
Navigable Timeline
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