How I created the visualization: W.E.B.. DuBois' original infographic showed the black population of Georgia by county in 1870 and 1880. My version shows the black population of Georgia by county in 1880 and 2010. However, instead of raw population figures, I show it two ways. First based on the black percent of the total population of each county and second based on each county's share of the black population of Georgia. I created my visualization with Tableau, which enabled me to use a range of shades of the same color to illustrate the percents, rather than discrete colors as DuBois used (which were not fully ordered dark to light). My interactive dashboard is published on Tableau Public. The github repository linked above contains a screenshot of my dashboard and a link to the viz on Tableau Public. A button on the right side of the title bar links to my list of sources, including the DuBois infographic mine is based on (which per Kenisha's permission is not one of the ones published on the black data project site) and the various U.S Census data sources I used. There is a small image of DuBois' infographic on the left side of the title bar.