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Several interactive maps can be found on this site that relate to Mrs. Kindersley's travels and her writings.

The following maps are straightforward and designed to provide basic information:
  • Find Letters by Map:  This location map uses the ArcGIS Online interface to show the where each of Mrs. Kindersley's letters was written.  Each point connects to a series of popus that link directly to the letter's full transcription and metatdata page.
  • Route Map (Highlights):  This map uses the Neatline plugin for Omeka.  It has a static image background with Mrs. Kindersley's route drawn in.  The user can click the points or the list to see the order and dates of the journey.  This map is suitable for mobile devices.

 

The following maps invite the user to explore the content more deeply by clicking, zooming, and dragging the map interface:
  • Route Map (Detailed):  This map uses the Neatline plugin for Omeka.  It has an OpenStreetMap base layer, and the content is linked to a Simile timeline at the bottom.  Mrs. Kindersley's route is mapped with more detail, and popup boxes include summaries of her letters in each place.  This map has limited functionality on mobile devices, and works best with larger screens.
  • Find Quotes by Map:  This is a series of 9 maps that correspond to the categories assigned to the quotes.  They use the Leaflet javascript library.  These maps have the option of selecting multiple base layers, including two georeferenced historical images.  These maps work well on mobile devies, because they invite the user to tap and scroll repeatedly on the screen.