I’ve been busting my hump this whole week working on the website that will eventually contribute to my PhD dissertation project at the University of Arizona. It has been a long haul, but the River Street Digital History Project has almost come to a close.
The River Street Neighborhood in Boise, Idaho has long been known as Boise’s black neighborhood, even though it was occupied by a range of different ethnicities and races including Japanese, Basque, and European immigrants. It was mainly inhabited by Euroamericans.
Here are some of the photos I’ve digitized for the digital history project’s website:
Ultimately, I would like to use this data to help craft a research design to guide archaeological excavations. Please visit the River Street Digital History website and tell me what you think (http://www.riverstreetdigitalhistory.com/).
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