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HAA-258706-18
Applying Named Entity Recognition to Explore Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Bryan Wagner, Regents of the University of California, Berkeley

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=HAA-258706-18

Documenting the 1791 and 1795 Slave Conspiracies in Pointe Coupée, Louisiana (Book Section)
Title: Documenting the 1791 and 1795 Slave Conspiracies in Pointe Coupée, Louisiana
Author: Bryan Wagner
Author: Jenelle Thomas
Author: Shadrick A. Small
Author: Patty Frontiera
Editor: Walter Hawthorne
Editor: Daryle Williams
Editor: Dean Rehberger
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This essay describes our work process.
Year: 2021
Access Model: Academic Book Publication
Publisher: Michigan State University Press
Book Title: Encoding Enslaved.org: Slavery, Databases, and Digital Histories
ISBN: N/A

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Author: Patty Frontiera
Author: Jenelle Thomas
Author: Shadrick A. Small
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This website (lsc.berkeley.edu) uses a custom facing-page display to present French and Spanish manuscripts alongside our original transcriptions and English translations, permitting users to search, browse, and navigate among documents, interactive maps, and visualizations derived from a database tracking persons, places, events, and assertions.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: lsc.berkeley.edu
Access Model: Open Access

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Author: Patty Frontiera
Author: Shadrick A. Small
Author: Gerard Ramm
Author: Amani Morrison
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This group presentation was a report on our work process.
Date: 3/31/2017
Primary URL: https://history.fas.harvard.edu/event/hutchins-center-digital-humanities-caribbean-history-history-design-studio-workshop
Conference Name: Digital Humanities for Caribbean History, Harvard University

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is a report on our work process.
Date: 3/21/2019
Conference Name: University of New Orleans

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is an account of our work process.
Date: 3/26/19
Conference Name: English Department, Louisiana State University

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is a report on our work process.
Date: 3/25/2019
Conference Name: English and Spanish Departments, Nicholls State University

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is a report on our work process.
Date: 3/27/2019
Conference Name: Pointe Coupee Community Center

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is a report on our work process.
Date: 5/22/2019
Conference Name: West Baton Rouge Museum

Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This lecture is a report on our work process.
Date: 10/12/2019
Primary URL: https://www.lapiduscenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/2019-Lapidus-Center-Conference-Schedule_9.16.pdf
Conference Name: Enduring Slavery, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture


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