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Atlas of Oregon, 2nd Ed Hardcover – January 1, 2001
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The Best Books of 2001 "There's no better snapshot of Oregon in 2001, and none more beautiful... -- The Oregonian, Portland December 30, 2001
Every map is produced digitally. . . . . The result is richer colors, greater detail, more information and more dramatic shading. -- Jeff Barnard, The Associated Press The Seattle Times October 15, 2001
The best book on Oregon . . . it's a wonderfully accessible look at Oregons human, economic and physical geography. -- Jonathan Nicholas, columnist The Oregonian, Portland October, 2001
This is an amazing achievement. The Atlas...joins a short list of essential reference texts for our state." -- Former Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield
Top Customer Reviews
Economic, water and transportation and other "sheds" enable a you to obtain a good understanding of past, current and future trends. Obtain the Atlas and CD - you will use them both for a long time.
The only major problem with this book, it really needs to be updata. the data shown is nearly 10 years old.
It's kind of a must-have reference guide. But I don't use it as much as I should, because I always know I'll be 10 minutes trying to figure out how to navigate to what I need.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great book!!! Have been thinking about relocating here in Oregon and use it often to learn more about an area of interest. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbedstar
A great way to learn about the details of my new state, especially while taking geology over three semesters at our community collegePublished on August 10, 2013 by Martha Shonkwiler
I was really surprised how fast i received my atlas. The book itself was in great condition and was exactly what i needed for my Geo of Oregon class at PCC.Published on October 7, 2010 by Ash-A-Mama