HIS 370: Race and Ethnicity in the United States is the class I chose to utilized the Timeline JS. Block by Block was project designed to explore the history of property in Hannibal Square, the historic African American community in Winter Park, Florida. The origin of this project grew from a recurring complaint that the character of the Hannibal Square is lost in contemporary debates about gentrification. Engaging with institutional records, the timeline produced in this course served as digital segments to essays written by students. Weaving together archival documents and genealogical records along with applicable secondary sources, students in this course explored the experience of Hannibal Square from the 1890s to 1980 through property. The timeline and essay offered students a chance to reflect on social, political, and economic circumstances linked to black owned property in Central Florida. The student timelines created in this class are viewable online at Block By Block website.