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OpenGazAm: Linked Open Data Gazetteer of the Early-Modern Americas(International Institute of Social History)
Jan 31, 2020
Jan 14, 2020 - Historical Database of Dutch Municipalities
Boonstra, Onno, 2016, "Historische Database Nederlandse Gemeenten",, IISH Data Collection, V2
This dataset contains all files from the HDNG (Historical Database of Dutch Municipalities) as were received from Onno Boonstra, PI on the HASH project generating data and improving quality of the Historical Ecological Database (HED).
Dec 19, 2019 - Indian Ocean and Maritime Asia Slave Trade Databases
Van der Spiegel, Ronald, 2019, "Slaven Kaap de Goede Hoop 1685",, IISH, V2
This dataset contains a transcription of a list of slaves present at the VOC company slave house at the Cape of Good Hope in 1685, along with a source description (Dutch).
HISGIS(International Institute of Social History)
Dec 17, 2019Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present)
HISGIS allows for traveling through time as if it were TomTom or Google Maps.
Nov 11, 2019
This Dataverse contains transcriptions of the ANDB membership- and apprentice cards. There is a separate dataset containing a compiled list of all known diamond factories in Amsterdam between 1840 and 1940. Query the data live at Druid:
Sep 10, 2019
Knaap, Gerrit; Sutherland, Heather, 2019, "Monsoon Traders - 18th Century Makassar Shipping Data",, IISH Data Collection, V1
This dataset contains data on non-European ships calling at the port of Makassar (now on Sulawesi, Indonesia) during the 18th century. It documents cargo, armament, crew, ownership, ship-type, and much more.
Sep 2, 2019 - GIS of the Low Countries
Stapel, Rombert, 2018, "Historical Atlas of the Low Countries (1350-1800)",, IISH Data Collection, V6
A hundred years have passed since the publication of the first volume of the Geschiedkundige Atlas van Nederland [Historical Atlas of the Netherlands] under supervision of Anton Beekman et al. In total, it encompassed 30 descriptive volumes and countless maps of the Netherlands a...
Jul 1, 2019 - Indian Ocean and Maritime Asia Slave Trade Databases
Dijk, Wil O., 2019, "Dutch VOC Trade in Asian Slaves",, IISH, V2
Wil O. Dijk's data on Dutch trade in Asian slaves from around the Bay of Bengal.
Jun 26, 2019 - Clio Infra
Carmichael, Sarah; Dilli, Selin; Rijpma, Auke, 2015, "Historical Gender Equality Index",, IISH, V2
The composite index aims to evaluate countries’ performances regarding the progress they made in closing the gender gap in the fields of health, socio-economic resources, politics and household since 1950.
Jun 19, 2019 - Electronic Repository of Russian Historical Statistics (RISTAT)
Kessler, Gijs, 2016, "ERRHS_Land",, IISH, V22
Electronic Repository of Russian Historical Statistics - data on LAND AND LAND USE, cross-sections 1795, 1858, 1897, 1959, 2002, regional-level breakdown
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