How I created the visualization: I received a copy of “W.E.B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits” for Christmas, and when I saw this contest, I immediately knew that I wanted to create an intensity map for the Georgia map visualization, Plate 20. I downloaded the map shape files for Georgia counties from The Newberry Library, Atlas of Historical Records. Then, I used Tableau to map the counties. I looked up the ICPSR county codes for Georgia to find the corresponding county names. I used the high res file of Du Bois’s Plate 20 from the Library of Congress to record the acres of land owned by Blacks in 1899 in each county. Finally, in Tableau, I made the interactive intensity map. The interactive graph can be seen here: https://public.tableau.com/views/BlackDataProject2019/Plate20 . The iframe code and embed code can also be found there.