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Mapping the World: Maps and Their History

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Mapping the World is a stimulating account of the development of maps and the mapmakers, explorers, and patrons who made it possible. It features famous maps of all parts of the world and some of the famous names in cartography in more than 70 historical and modern maps, each with a lively description of its significance. This impressive volume features maps that show the ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published March 1st 2002 by Thunder Bay Press (CA) (first published 2002)
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