Storymap, Bibliography, and Updates.

— Beginning of week Eight —

Picking up from where we last left off, this week has started off with a set of fresh eyes and new perspective in general. It is very exciting to make additional progress throughout the weekend, and find more secondary sources that would make great additions to this research project. Last week I presented a rough draft of a Storymap JS, which was intended to establish a history of the migration patterns for the Wichita Indians. Today, I present the final Storymap JS, which includes photographs and citations of the resources I utilized in order to create the interactive map. I of course anticipate the addition of four more slides if I can find some additional information of groups found along the Red River / Northern Frontier along the border of Texas and Oklahoma.

Additionally, our Bibliography will be divided in two components; one will be a simple Bibliography, and the other will be an Annotated Bibliography that will be used for our benefit (Brad and I) in order to keep track of what each source has to offer for this project. As our professors have mentioned countless times, it’s important to cite  our work and resources properly with the use of the Chicago / Turabian citation format.

This week I will be going to the local archives on Thursday located downtown to do more archival work. I’m pretty excited to see what else we will uncover; currently we have our topics of research set as:

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