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    Great site to see archived photos of historical sites. One can even do overlays!

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    • Lisa Lisson - Genealogist

      You can search photos posted by users and drawn from collections such as the Library of Congress and the National Archives.

    • Stephani Carter

      A very cool site a coworker showed me. There is a whole section on the Carnegie libraries in Louisville. you can see them on a map and fade the image to see what the building currently looks like.

    • Educational Resources 209u

      Historypin...Great for Social Studies projects! Imagine creating one large photo album for the entire human population. Historypin brings together stories, photographs and links memories from around the world. Clean out your attic of those dusty photos and pin them on a worldwide map, explore pictures posted by others, create collections, discuss history, and capture and share the world's moments.

    • Sean Simpson

      Historypin: Great site to see archived photos of historical sites. One can even do overlays!

    • kristina smith

      Pinning the Queen's History - check out the various topics 'pinned' to the page.

    • Amanda Moore Intriguing Networks

      Pinning the Queen's History history kindof real-time,,,

    • Judy Farrar

      Pinning the Queen's History with History Pin

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