These projects continue to grow and change online. All have been deeply collaborative efforts, and represent the teamwork of many scholars, students, and colleagues.

oscys_logo-17ef455945c04539f2b3f0feebfd9d64“O Say Can You See: Early Washington, D.C., Law and Family”
“The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War,” co-editor with Edward L. Ayers, Andrew Torget, and Anne S. Rubin, 1993-2008.
“The History Harvest,” co-director with Patrick D. Jones, 2010-present

“Railroads and the Making of Modern America,” University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
“Digital History” co-produced with Douglas Seefeldt, University of Nebraska.
“The Aurora Project: Spatio-Temporal Tools for History” This project is funded with a National Endowment for the Humanities Digging into Data grant. Co-directed with Richard Healey, University of Portsmouth (UK). University of Nebraska.
“Television News of the Civil Rights Era,” Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia.
“The Countryside Transformed: The Railroad and the Eastern Shore of Virginia, 1870-1935,” co-produced with Brooks M. Barnes, Virginia Center for Digital History, University of Virginia.