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  1. A Geographical History of the State of New York, (1848) embracing its history, government, physical features, climate, geology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, ... map of each county. The whole forming a com by J. H. Mather, M. D. L. P. Brockett, 2010-01-31
  2. All over the map: test your geographic savvy.: An article from: New York Times Upfront by Gale Reference Team, 2006-12-11
  3. The Complete Street Guide to New York, Manhattan and Bronx; All Streets, House Numbers, Bus and Car Lines, the Quickest Routes to Everywhere, Churches, Theatres, Post Offices, Libraries, Etc. Etc.
  4. The Lesser Antilles, (American Geographical Society. Map of Hispanic America. Publication) by William Morris Davis, 1926
  5. The Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909: Compiled from Original Sources and Illustrated by Photo-Intaglio Reproductions of Important Maps, Plans, Views, and Documents in Public and Private by I. N. Phelps Stokes, 1998-01
  6. Nicholson's New York Guide by Robert Nicholson, 1983-01
  7. A System of Geography for the Use of Schools. by Sidney E. GEOGRAPHY WITH MAPS - CALIFORNIA GOLDRUSH) Morse, 1853
  8. Hammon''s Self-Revising Superior Atlas of the World : New United States Gazetteer, New World Geography, New Statistics, New Indexes, New Maps by n/a, 1945
  10. New York Regents Advantage Test-Taking Strategies for Global History and Geography Unit 5 (Strategies for Multiple-Choice Questions: Maps, Graphs, and Charts) (10 Pack) by Kaplan Learning Services,
  11. Israel: The Historical Atlas : The Story of Israel from Ancient Times to the Modern Nation by Joel Brinkley, 1997-10-16
  12. Cram's Modern Atlas The New Unrivaled containing Complete Series of Maps of Modern Geography, Exhibiting the World... by Cram George F., 1902-01-01
  13. Picture Map Geography of Asia
  14. Geography of the central Andes;: A handbook to accompany the La Paz sheet of the map of Hispanic America on the millionth scale, (American Geographical Society. Map of Hispanic America, publication) by Alan Grant Ogilvie, 1922

41. Client Story - Regional Plan Assoc. H20 Maps
areas, giving a sense of the region’s geography uncluttered by roads or cities.Other maps focused more closely on the new york Harbor, displaying existing
CLIENT STORY: Regional Plan Association (New York)
H20 Region Mapping (Highlands to Ocean) GENERAL GreenInfo Network was asked by the Regional Plan Association (RPA) of New York, the Highlands Coalition and a group of funders to create a series of GIS maps for the Highlands to Ocean (H20) region around New York. This huge area covers parts of four states and is home to over 20 million people. Two primary projects were conducted. H20 Watershed Mapping Cartography by Ezra Freeman and Louis Jaffe; final art for offset created by Louis Jaffe, based on design from Green Team Advertising of New York. Highlands Area Working with the New-York based Highlands Coalition, GreenInfo Network set out to create an attractive, display quality map that demonstrated the unity of the Highlands region. This map locates the highlands region within the context of the East Coast and the Appalachian mountains, and demonstrates land use within the region. The balance between urbanized land and public and protected lands is highlighted, as is the drinking water connection between the lakes and reservoirs of the Highlands Region and the densely urbanized along its border. This mountainous area is linked more by geography than political boundaries. Because the region includes portions of four states, data had to be collected from a variety of sources and combined into a seamless display. Cartography by Ezra Freeman.

42. The Village Voice: Education: Maps And Chaps By Jeff Byles
maps and Chaps ••• The new geography Reaches Critical Mass; Home Copyright ©2003 Village Voice Media, Inc., 36 Cooper Square, new york, NY 10003 The

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by Jeff Byles August 1 - 7, 2001 (Illustration by Charlene Potts) s a young lad in Gillingham, England, the critical geographer David Harvey often tried to run away from home. His conscience always got the best of him, though. "So I decided to run away in my imagination," he reminisced last year, and took to roaming the perforated vistas of his stamp collection, where countries were safely imprinted with the British monarch. Growing older, Harvey dreamed of sailing on the naval destroyers he toured with his father, a Chatham shipyard foreman. He limned maps of the empire and, as teenage wanderlust set in, cycled the Kent countryside. If empire only knew what it had wrought. A world away and a lifetime later, Harvey is one of our keenest combatants for social justice in globalizing urban spaces. And though he'll always have "a couple of toes firmly stuck" in the Gillingham mud, the once peripatetic youth has now planted his other foot at an auspicious address for the study of space and place.

43. Gateway To The World By Snowhawk
of the World Vanishing Cultures WorldSkip geography, culture, news, maps, govtHistory new Mexico Links Central Park - new york Encyclopedia of
Gateway to The World
Maps Geography Travel Culture
The more difficult the journey, the greater the reward.

Harvard University Map Collection

Library of Congress Map Collection

PCL Map Collection
Quick Maps of the World
- maps, flags, geography, etc
World Factbook
- includes reference maps
Xerox PARC World Map Viewer

Xpeditions Atlas - National Geographic

Cultural Maps

- World Maps, country info Outline Maps - free maps to use Globe Gallery Graphic Maps History of Cartography (Historical Maps) US History Maps ... Rand McNally - City find, road map MapQuest - Search City.Net - Search Top of Page GEOGRAPHY MISCELLANY Geography of Cyberspace Directory 50 USA States and Capitals US State Department's Geographic Learning Site Helping Your Child Learn Geography ... GeoGame - World Geography Test Game Geography Resources Hall of Geography Geo-Globe: Interactive Geography Geography Place ... Who Built the Pyramids? - NOVA The 7 Wonders of the Ancient World The SPHINX Group Terraquest - Virtual Expeditions Alberta Prairie Train Links South Simcoe Railway - Tottenham, Ontario BritRail UK Railways Rocky Mountaineer Railtours - train trip through the Canadian Rockies Train Photographs Train Hopping Trains Magazine RAND McNALLY - City find, road map

44. Binghamton Univ. Libraries: Geography
FAQ. FAQs about Census Bureau geography, maps and Mapping Engines. Digital Atlasof new york City Thematic maps of new york City population and race
Electronic JournalsGeography Geography 234 Contents General Bibliographies/Indexes
Current Geographical Publications
Bibliographical references to books, periodical articles, pamphlets, government documents, maps and atlases in the American Geographical Society Collection of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Issued ten times a year, monthly except July and August. Also in Bartle Reference: Ref Z 6009 .A49
EconLit (FirstSearch)
An index of economic literature including economic geography, sustainable development and growth. Subject indexing and abstracts of over 400 journals, over 500 collective volumes per year, plus books, dissertations, and working papers. Coverage: January 1969 - Update: monthly
Worldwide literature on geography, geology, and ecology. Covers journals, books, monographs, conference proceedings, and reports. Includes over 600,000 records with abstracts in the following fields: cartography, hydrology, climatology, meteorology, energy, paleontology, environment, petrology, geochemistry, photogrammetry, geomorphology, sedimentology, geophysics, and volcanology. Coverage: 1980 -

45. Geography And Distances Florence County Economic Development Partnership, South
Geographic Info · Distance Chart maps. geography and Climate. geography Land Area800 sq. Chicago, Illinois, 681. Louisville, Kentucky, 435. new york, new york, 554.
Quick Select Link Site Links Profile Latest News Demographics Labor Force Area Resources FC Progress Site Map Home Direct Listings Available Buildings Available Sites Largest Employers Preferred Vendors Certified Sites Worker Training Employment Data Liveability Transportation Utilities Education Links and Contacts Rapid Response FCEDP Staff Area Maps
Site Links Profile Latest News Demographics Labor Force ... Site Map Direct Access Listings Largest Employers Preferred Vendors Certified Sites Worker Training ... Distance Chart Maps
Florence County Area
Florence County Location Click on a map to open a larger image in a new window.
Geography and Climate Geography

Land Area: 800 sq. miles
Region of the United States: Southeast
Average Temperature: 63.1 degrees
Average High Temperature: 74.1 degrees
Average Low Temperature: 52.2 degrees Average Annual Rainfall: 44.1 inches Average Annual Snowfall: 2.0 inches Average Heating Degree Days Per Year: 2,585 Average Cooling Degree Days Per Year: 1,993 Earthquake Index: 0.10 Distance Chart City Miles Atlanta, Georgia

46. Geography Curriculum Links
mile by mile picture of America from new york to San This huge and growing site forgeography educators and with more than 1,800 free maps designedfor printing
Social Studies Curriculum Links
Geography Resources
General Resources
Basic Facts/Data Sources
INFONATION A database of geographic, economic, social and population information provided by the United Nations. Choose which country and data you would like displayed in a table.
The WorldFactbook, 1997 from the CIA Contains maps,flags, economic, geographic, government and population data for every country. Update for 1997 is much easier to use.
Country Reports on Human Rights Abuses U.S. State Department Reports.
Country Commercial Guides Written description of every country's economy by the Department of Commerce. Writing is on a high level.
Country Studies Handbook An extensive outline of the culture, history, and current situation of every country by the Library of Congress. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page to get the list of countries.
E-Conflict A simplified version of the CIA Factbook, contains maps,flags, government, economic, geographic, and population data for every country.
The Electronic Atlas Library Includes basic U.S. demographic information laid out on maps. Also includes specific information for major metropolitan areas:

47. Resume
in school districts in Tompkins County, new york, for a GIS Made several socioeconomicmaps, including an Criminal geography Report on Delhi, India with maps
Tsering Wangyal Shawa 316 South Stanworth Princeton, NJ 0854O Phone: (609) 528-6804 E-mail:
August 1998 - Present: Geographic Information Systems Librarian, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
Responsible for the design, launching, and management of an automated digital cartographic and geospatial information service in a campus-wide networked environment. Provide ongoing reference, research consultation, and instruction to users and library staff. Also responsible for the selection of data, software, and hardware for GIS. Catalog and organize the digital collection and make it available for use. Design and deliver instructional short courses in GIS tools and data for patrons and staff, and act as a consultant to patrons needing special assistance for courses or projects integrating GIS. Continue to develop and maintain the Digital Map and Geospatial Information Center’s web sites. Assist in the operation of the Geosciences Library, in library planning and projects, supervision of staff, and deputizing for the Geosciences Librarian. October 1997 - June 1998: Resident Librarian/Assistant Map Librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH.

48. Unit Plan For The Geography Of Our Community
About maps. Skokie, IL Rand McNally, 1995. Kalman, Bobbie. What is a Community?From A to Z. new york Crabtree Publishing, 2000. Knowlton, Jack. geography A,1607,7-155-10710_13476_13480-38108--,00.html
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Unit Plan for The Geography of Our Community Curriculum Unit Plan Social Studies Second Grade The Local Community Unit 2: The Geography of Our Community Abstract This unit introduces the concept of local community. It begins with a review of prior knowledge of family, school, and neighborhood and proceeds with an exploration of what makes a community. Children explore the major function of a community, which is to help people meet their basic needs. A variety of children's books and photographs are used to help children discover similarities and differences among communities and to build a working definition of "local community." The unit concludes with activities that help children begin to focus on their own local community, emphasizing the township, village, or city in which they live. Unit Title: The Geography of Our Community Grade Level/Course Title: Second Grade /The Local Community Focus Questions:
  • Where is our local community? How can our local community be described? What is the interaction between people and the natural environment in our local community?
  • 49. Prints Old & Rare - Geography & Atlases
    $25 007geog NATURAL ADVANCED geography MISSOURI IOWA EDITION. American BookCo., new york, 1901. Dozens of engraved illustrations and engraved color maps.
    Can't find the item your looking for?
    Call 1-800-879-6277 or Volume Discounts Available
    TARBELL'S INTRODUCTORY GEOGRAPHY - 1896. Werner School Book Co., 1896. Hard cover. Many engraved illustrations and several color maps. 187 pages including appendix. Good condition. 7-1/4" x 8-3/4"
    Atlas of the American Revolution. Edited by Kenneth Nebenzahl, text by Don Higginbotham. Rand McNally, 1974. Book and dust jacket in very good condition. 54 maps reproduced in color, illustrated with paintings, prints and maps. Folio size. $65
    1965 book: Decorative Printed Maps of the 15th to 18th Centuries. By R.A. Skelton, FSA. Published by Spring Books, 1965. 86 reproductions, 12 in color, illustrating the development of map design and decoration.
    Atlas: Explorers' Maps. By R.A. Skelton, published by Spring Books, London 1970. Traces development of cartography with marvelous examples. Book and jacket in very good condition. 9x11 in.
    The Shape of the World. A history of mapmaking and scientific invention. Published by George Philip Ltd., London 1991. Companion volume to Public TV series. Small folio size. Book and jacket condition very good. 192 pages including index. $25 Order Form Back to other Special Interests

    50. Department Of Geography - Hunter College, City University Of New York
    explore associations, visualize patterns, and prepare finished maps. help to strengthenthe new york region’s The Department of geography houses the largest
    Research What's New Programs People Student Information Facilities Links I mage reference is on bottom of Page. Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Geographic Information Science (GIS) PURPOSES AND GOALS OF THE PROGRAM Revolutionary changes are occurring in the process of map-making and the analysis of spatial information. Advances in computer technology make it possible to store vast amounts of information about the earth in digital form, to overlay that information based on geographical location, and to create high-quality maps with the click of a mouse. Databases are available that depict natural features and human landscapes for almost any area of the globe, at multiple scales. New computer mapping technologies are being used for a wide range of applications - from bond rating to commercial fishing to cancer mapping to air pollution modeling. Fueling the revolution in computer mapping is the development of geographic information systems , computerized systems for mapping, analyzing and managing geographic data. Geographic data include any information that is tied to a location on the earth’s surface – the locations of hospitals, subway networks, rivers and smokestacks are all examples of geographic data. Geographic information systems allow analysts to link and overlay these diverse types of data, explore associations, visualize patterns, and prepare finished maps. In order to use these systems effectively, analysts must have a firm grounding in

    51. Geography And Maps: Rivers
    4to; 178 pages (Purchase direct from Books, maps, Prints, and Publisher Holt, Rinehart Winston new york 1973 American rivers, rivers, Gila River, geography.

    52. Geography And Maps: Atlases: Historical
    The Atlas of Medieval Man Publisher new york St. Everyman's Atlas of Ancient andClassical geography Publisher London xii, 256 p., index, 43 color maps 20

    53. Web Links
    PANORAMIC maps of Cities in the United States and Canada at the Library of Congress,geography and Map Division; Their new york State maps Digital Images of
    Home Help News GeoSpatial Data ... MAGICam
    Web Links
    Reference Aids

    54. Where To Find New York Road Maps, City Street Maps With NY Travel Directions Pri
    Where to find new york road maps, new york City street maps, national park maps, and new york travel Category Regional North America new york maps and Views...... LIVE new york maps, Albany Traffic, Click Here. Manhattan Traffic, Click york Traffic, Click Here. geography, Gardeners Climate Zone Map, Click Here.
    Where To Find New York Road Maps And Directions Print
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    Free Create Personalized NY Road Maps, City Street Maps, And NY Travel Directions To Quickest Or Shortest Route
    MapBlast Free Trip Tiger Mapping Service ... Yahoo maps New York Road Maps And Atlases NY Interstate-Road Map, Full Screen, View #1 View #2 Conventional NY Road Map Click Here Click Here New York USGS Map Non Road Click Here New York County Map Click Here New York State Map, Click Counties For Full Size Click Here New York City Map, Click For Detail Click Here Road And County Map Western NY Click Here City Street Maps For New York Albany NY City Map, Zoomable Click Here Albany NY Live Traffic Map Click Here Local Map Of Albany NY City Click Here Binghamton NY City Map, Zoomable Click Here Brooklyn NY City Map, Zoomable

    55. Place: Maps, Cartography
    Of maps and guidebooks new york Holt, 1973. Casino VJD; Hanna SP Representationsand identities in tourism map spaces. Progress in Human geography.
    Table of Contents
    T Main Page Who Helped With This? What Should I Read First? Advanced Search in
    N Anthropology
    Applied Sciences,
    ... Literature, Linguistics Maps,
    Cartography Music, Sound

    Philosophy ... Virtual Places and Cyberspaces
    S Genius Loci, Spirit of Place "A Sense of Place" & related terms Embodiment Movement, Speed, Travel, Tourism, Migration, Pilgrimage ... Globalization, Glocalization
    Conferences, Other CFP Journals On-line Documents Home Pages ... Why I did all this B. Janz: Home Page Email
    Place and Space in Maps and Cartography
    See the "General Bibliography" section below for both clickable on-line papers as well as references to publishers' websites Search the "Research on Place and Space" Website
  • Atlas of Canada
  • Atlas of CanadaOrigins of the People, 1901
  • British Library Map Home Page
  • Canada at ScaleMaps of our History (National Achives of Canada) ...
  • *Cartographic Images (Jim Siebold's new site). Includes ancient, mediaeval and Renaissance maps, plus links.
  • Geoscape Canada (Natural Resources Canada)
  • Historical Atlas of Canada (University of Toronto)
  • Historical Maps Online
  • John R. Borchert Map Library
  • 56. Decennial Census - Census Geography/Maps/GIS
    which provide information about decennial census geography or geospatial Bowser, BenjaminP. Census Data With maps for Small Areas of new york City, 1910

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    Decennial Census Information
    Census Geography/Maps/GIS
    Census geography has changed over the years, as populations grow, decline, and move. Terminology has also changed from census to census. All census data is not available at every geographical level. In general, the more specific the geographic level, the less data is available.
    This section includes any publications, datasets, or websites which provide information about decennial census geography or geospatial issues in general. The web pages for each individual census provides information about maps and GIS products which relate to that specific census.
    To locate other map and census-related titles in the Columbia University Libraries, do a subject search on CLIO
    United StatesCensusMaps
    Census DistrictsUnited States
    United States.Bureau of the CensusMaps
    Bowser, Benjamin P.
    Census Data With Maps for Small Areas of New York City, 1910-1960.
    Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Libraries : Distributed by Research Publications, 1981.
    HA 730 .N5 B68 1981 - Lehman Reference

    57. ReferenceResources:UnitedStates
    a flag by country or geography; Color flag the World from Graphic maps Flag clip Massachusetts,Connecticut, Rhode Island, new york, new Jersey, Pennsylvania
    Reference Resources: United States
    The USA Geography Glossary Geography Glossary Short definitions of key terms in geography. Links provide additional sources of related information
    States of the USA Explore the States Fascinating facts and stories about all the states Fifty States and Capitals Facts about each of the 50 states: capital, flag, nickname, tree, statehood, and MORE Fifty States of the United States Learn about each state in the United States Geobop's State and Provincial Symbols Information about each state's symbols; Detailed summary, facts and information about each state and its state symbols; An EXCELLENT research resource Information about each state's symbols, famous people born in that state, plus an almanac for each state; An EXCELLENT research resource State Histories: Dozens of state-specific historical Web sites; Learn about the colonial era in Pennsylvania, read biographies of famous figures in Minnesota, read up on the Gold Rush in California; every state is covered. and

    58. Map Resources For Geography 110 : Cultural Geography
    new york Prentice Hall Press, 1990. Natural resources – maps; Economic geography– maps; Human geography, Economic – maps; Pollution – maps; Nature

    Map Resources for Geography 110 : Cultural Geography
    Online Maps
    This is not an inclusive list of map websites. These websites for online maps were evaluated for authority, quality, currency, level of detail, and appropriateness for the course project. CIA World Factbook 2000
    The Central Intelligence Agency has made up-to-date geographic and demographic information publicly available since 1975 through publication of its World Factbook . Click on Country Listing and select the name of your country. CIA maps are also available in print format in the Beeghly Library Government Documents Collection. Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
    The Libraries at The University of Texas at Austin have developed this digitized collection of maps from the public domain. The selection of map materials is extensive. Maps in the News
    The John R. Borchert Map Library at the University of Minnesota mounts a digitized collection of places found in recent news stories. The maps are from a wide range of sources.

    59. Census Maps In Olin
    Library purchased paper blocked maps for new york State. These are shelved at mapsHA 201 1980 A8 information on the comparability of 1970 and 1980 geography.
    Olin Library Census Geography
    A Guide To Olin Library Map Holdings Before the development of the current census geography (tracts and blocks), the Census Bureau used city voting wards as census divisions. Therefore, in order to use the schedules (name lists) for the censuses between 1790 and 1900 most effectively, it is necessary to know the ward boundaries of major cities. The Library of Congress compiled a Ward Maps of United States : A Selective Checklist of Pre-1900 Maps in the Library of Congress. (MAPS +Z 6028 .U575 W2) The Map Collection has microfiche copies of the 232 maps described in this list (OLIN MICROFICHE 1546). There are also photographic copies of each map available for New York State Albany, Brooklyn, Buffalo, New York City and Rochester. These are located in the catalog under the subject heading: City nameAdministrative and political divisionsMaps For maps of cities and towns not listed in this bibliography, consult

    60. Bibliography
    of Ancient geography, 1897, reprinted new york Biblo and Tannen, 1964. Tudeer,LOT, On the Origin of the maps Attached to Ptolemy's geography', Journal of
    Bagrow, Leo, History of Cartography, revised ~ enlarged by R.A. Skelton, Harvard University Press, Londo: C.A. Watts, 1964; republished and enlarged Chicago: Precedent Publishing, 1985, 312pp. (c).
    Bagrow, Leo, "The Origin of Ptolemy's Geographia", Geografiska Annaler 27 (1945): pp. 318-87.
    *Baltimore Museum of Art, The World Encompassed, an Exhibition of the History of Maps at the Museum, October 7 to November 1952, Baltimore Museum of Art, 125pp.
    *Beazley, C.R., The Dawn of Modern Geography: A History of Exploration and Geographical Science from the Conversion of the Roman Empire to A.D. 900, London, 1949 reprint of 1897-1906 edition, 3 volumes. (c)
    *Bricker, C., Landmarks in Mapmaking, A History of Cartography: 2500 Years of Maps and Mapmakers, Elsvier, Amsterdam, 1968, 276pp.
    *Brown, L.A., The Story of Maps, Little Brown, Boston, 1949, reprint New York: Dover, 1979, 397pp.
    *Bunbury, E.H., A History of Ancient Geography among the Greeks and Romans from the Earliest Ages till the Fall of the Roman Empire ,1883, republished with new introduction by W.H. Stahl, New York: Dover Publications, 1959, 2 vols., 1426pp.(c)
    Chavannes, E., "Les Deux Plus Anciens Specimens de la Cartographie Chinoise",Bulletin de l'Ecolefrancaise de l'Extreme Orient, Hanoi, 1903, 3, 214.

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