There’s a new map showing the Shellmounds of Alameda. It transposes the historic alameda shoreline onto the modern-day silohuette of the city. The map shows historic wetlands and tidal marshes, and the four Alameda Shellmounds. Map of theShellmounds of Huchiun,~Muwekma Ohlone Territory~Showing the Area Now Known As The“City of Alameda” By: Gabriel Duncan Description of… Continue reading Alameda Shellmound Map
Update: The Migration is Complete as of AUG-01-2023. Hey there, I know you’ve been waiting for the next post. We’re a little held up because we’re currently migrating over to a new server. Fingers crossed, this process will be completed by Friday, August 4, 2023. This is a great time for you to send an… Continue reading ANHP Server Migration [COMPLETE]
Created using derivatives of open-source data, including (but not limited to) USGS, NOAA, USCG, NASA, Google Earth. Analyzed, processed, and produced by the Alameda Native History Project, using open-source software available to anyone with a smart phone, and the most basic computer. Why did the Alameda Native History Project create these maps? Necessity The first… Continue reading The Alameda Shellmounds Map: The First Alamedans
I can’t believe we’re nearing the end of the second year of Alameda Native Art, and the Alameda Native History Project, already. I feel like I’ve been sleeping on this site. Now there’s a whole bunch of stuff to add, and update. ANHP Wiki The ANHP Wiki reached it’s functional limit on Tuesday; when it… Continue reading Wiki Down (For Now), Merch Section Removed, New Content On The Way
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Phase 1: “Unauthorized Alameda: The Indian Burial Mounds”; The true story of what actually happened to the Mound off High Street, in Alameda, California. Includes Haunted Alameda: A collection of ghost stories about living on and around the Alameda Shellmounds. Phase 1 Mission: Find the true history of the Alameda Shellmounds. Objectives: Find out where… Continue reading A Brief History of the Alameda Native History Project
Alameda Native History Project Wiki MOVED The new URL is: Https://alamedanativeart.com/wiki This concludes the AlamedaNativeArt.com Service Announcement.
Keeping the Design FreshAdding Functionality I’ve been performing some copy editing, graphic art production, and user experience design, to make the website more user-friendly. Also because images can convey information in a way that is not as readily available as print. I try to make sure to optimize for both Desktop and Mobile views. If… Continue reading Keeping the Design Fresh & Adding Functionality