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While in the social sciences everyday mobility and street use are seen as central to the understanding of urban societies, in the work of historians these phenomena only play a limited role. Building upon methods from related fields and using digital tools, this article proposes a new methodological approach to study historical mobility and street use. This 'snapshot approach' facilitates intercultural comparability and creates possibilities for systematic spatial analyses. We propose it formsdoi:10.17613/v9x3-jq60 fatcat:upjctbkpafha7et2j3yoeoj72y