The Houses

Although embedding each house on a map with GPS and latitude/longitude coordinates was the main goal of this project, the houses themselves have their own histories. Side-by-side images  of them separated by 80-90s year reveal that many have had hard lives. The pages for each house shows these images and shares the Spurgeon Notebook’s comments about them.  Where possible, I have added in further research. For example, two of the houses listed here were not included in the Notebook. Admittedly, this research is sparse. In some exception circumstances, the homeowners themselves have done their own research.

Project Pages:

Project Home      GIS Day Presentation       Joseph Wiley Spurgeon

The Data      The Maps      Baker Buildings

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