Google Time Line Feature

by fifer1863 on October 27, 2008

Thanks to Chris C over at the Sparks of Hope Blog for this one:

Did you know that Google has a timeline feature? Go to Google.com and type the following into the search box: civil war view:timeline

Or you can click HERE

This will give you a timeline of the Civil War. You can then proceed to click on a month or year of the war and be taken to a page with information about that particular month.



Very nice tool.

Until next time…

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Mark October 28, 2008 at 10:32 am

This is fantastic! A tremendous resource for the novice and advanced student, thanks for bringing it to our attention. I’ve added your site to my blogroll at http://www.tipstorian.blogspot.com, definitely want to write a post about what you’re doing here.
Best,
Mark

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Sheryl A. McCoy November 3, 2008 at 5:48 pm

Your blog is so professional. I was very impressed with the Google timeline tool. I was wondering if you knew about Gapminder? http://www.gapminder.org/blog/gapminder-foundation-blog/make-your-own-graph-google-announces-motion-chart.html I think it would be a great analytical tool for your work. Thanks for sharing your blog. I have included it on my blogroll.

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Mike Albanese November 22, 2008 at 5:20 pm

Was it really a “civil” war?

As I understand it from Ms Croxton my 100 year old South Carolina high school history teacher ( she probably was there at the time ) the states had formed a separate country and were not seeking control over the rest of the place. The northern states actually invaded a sovereign country.

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