Locating Lutheranism, funded by St. Olaf College’s Digital Humanities on the Hill initiative, seeks to learn about Norwegian-American Lutheran populations in MN through mapping and analyzing the names, locations, and census information associated with historical and present-day Lutheran congregations. Student and faculty collaborators use WordPress and ArcGIS to display their data, and to focus on four particular Minnesota congregations that drew their attention. On their site, they include multiple maps to show different ideas. Their site shows clear purpose, data, process, and results. Additionally, you can use the search bar on their site to search for towns and keywords related to the Lutheran Church in Minnesota.
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