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Early American Cartographies (Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia) Hardcover – December 15, 2011
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All those interested in. . . the history of cartography will find a number of articles in this volume to their liking. Those interested in early American cartography will want to add this book to their personal libraries.--The Portolan
[A] rich collection.--New West Indian Guide
A major addition to the growing field of critical cartography.--Winterthur Portfolio
Bruckner assembled a talented set of contributions from university departments of English, history, geography, art history and romance languages. . . . Many chapters in Early American Cartographies should have a wide readership.--Journal of Historical Geography
A remarkable success. . . . [Its] greatest strength is the creativity to be found in making maps more complicated and broadening our definitions of what a map can be.--Journal of Southern History
Better than any other study, this remarkable collection elucidates the complex dynamics that determined what kinds of--and whose--Americas were put on maps during the long colonial era.--Pekka Hamalainen, University of California, Santa Barbara
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