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Women in American Cartography: An Invisible Social History

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Although women have been involved in mapping throughout history, their story has largely been hidden. The standard histories of cartography have focused on men. A woman's name is rarely found. In Women in American Cartography, Judith Tyner argues that women were not deliberately erased but overlooked because of the types of maps they made and the jobs they held.Tyner looks ...more
Hardcover, 140 pages
Published November 15th 2019 by Lexington Books
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