Black Burial Grounds Mapping in Baltimore

August 6, 2019Mount Auburn Cemetery GIS Project

I’m assisting Dr. Kami Fletcher in her upcoming book exploring Baltimore’s Mount Auburn Cemetery‘s history and significance. Chiefly, she’s shared with me many maps and descriptors for where burial grounds were located prior to the cemetery’s move to Westport in 1871 (and subsequent expansion in 1903). Here’s my latest geo-referencing map-work. So excited to help … Read More

RT @MtAuburnBmore: This acct will share updates for cultural + ecological restoration work being done by many partners with Sharp St Church. Browse the bibliography and photos at http://bit.ly/2SzPUqy. Curated by @soulstrong

July 23, 2019Mount Auburn Cemetery GIS Project, Twitter

This acct will share updates for cultural + ecological restoration work being done by many partners with Sharp St Church. Browse the bibliography and photos at t.co/VifZ0ZEUIG. Curated by @soulstrong pic.twitter.com/ZiJhLgU1lI — Mount Auburn Cemetery, Baltimore (@MtAuburnBmore) July 23, 2019

RT @SoBoKevin: SBGP is also working on “Transformational Projects.” One is a plan to turn the Middle Branch into a 11-mile park system in South Baltimore. A design competition is underway, a design plan will follow. Smaller improvements are already underway. http://bit.ly/2XMafhj

July 2, 2019Mount Auburn Cemetery GIS Project, Twitter

SBGP is also working on "Transformational Projects." One is a plan to turn the Middle Branch into a 11-mile park system in South Baltimore. A design competition is underway, a design plan will follow. Smaller improvements are already underway. t.co/t3V9pwurs9 — Kevin Lynch (@SoBoKevin) June 27, 2019