Mapping America: Exploring the Continent

Mapping America: Exploring the Continent
Library Shelf Location 06.MAPS
Publication Date 2010
Description Mapping America: Exploring the Continent is a beautifully illustrated survey of America’s cartographic landscape, featuring an array of maps that document its development, from early engravings, to the latest satellite technology. Following on from Mapping New York, Mapping England and Mapping London, Mapping America takes a similar approach in its presentation, thematically arranging a vivid collection of historic, demographic, cultural and artistic maps to aid the reader on their journey. Featuring four centuries of maps that depict the changing landscape of North America, Mapping America charts the continent through numerous landmark events and uprisings, including the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, and more recent concerns, such as the environment and terrorism. From early maps depicting the country’s colonial beginnings, through to contemporary maps depicting America today, the book presents the reader with a multi-faceted view of the North American physical and cultural landscape; from maps showing the electoral routes of Presidential campaigns, to the diminishing native communities shown in census maps, to the artistic, the imaginative and fantastic depictions of contemporary America.
ISBN 9781907317088
Quantity 1
Pages 240
Authors Frank Jacobs, Fritz Kessler
Format Hardback
Publisher Black Dog Publishing, London
Category Art by Subject
Keyword Cartography
Related Country/Global Region United States of America (USA)
Language English

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