Time OnLine is a project by Daniel Rosenberg and the University of Oregon Libraries. The project explores a variety of timelines and other tools for visualizing history drawn from historical texts by presenting them in a new interactive digital format. The first of these was an interactive version of a game of historical facts designed and marketed by Mark Twain in the 1880s.
|Polish-American System of Chronology
|1850||Elizabeth Palmer Peabody|
|Ludlow's Concentric Chart||1885||J.M. Ludlow, D.D.|
|Mark Twain's Memory-Builder||1892||Mark Twain|
For further historical background, please see Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton, Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2010.
Check back for more charts, images, and games to come. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org.