CHICAGO IN MAPS: 1612 TO 2002.
Robert A. Holland. New York, 2005. Cloth.
A luxuriously illustrated cartographic history of the gateway city to the West uses rare and beautiful maps to explore Chicago’s urban and social tapestry. $50.00
NEW ENGLAND IN EARLY PRINTED MAPS: 1513 TO 1800. AN ILLUSTRATED CARTO-BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Barbara Backus McCorkle. Providence, 2001. Cloth.
A massive undertaking in both size and scope, this volume includes most of the printed maps of North America before 1800. Contents include a chronological list of state maps, index of map titles, list of persons involved in making the maps, and a bibliography of secondary works. This book will prove an essential scholarly reference. $185.00
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND. THE GEOGRAPHIC EVOLUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
Seymour I. Schwartz. New York, 2000. Cloth.
A narrative history of the exploration, settlement and expansion of the United States, plentifully illustrated with maps, prints, and photographs. $75.00
THE MAPPING OF NORTH AMERICA. A LIST OF PRINTED MAPS. 1511-1670.
Phillip Burden. Hertfordshire, 1996. Cloth.
An extensive cartobibliography with large format illustrations. A soon-to-be classic that will be a standard reference for maps of North America. $195.00
VIEWS AND VIEWMAKERS OF URBAN AMERICA
John W. Reps. Columbia, 1984. Cloth. Out of print.
A huge listing of lithograph views of towns and cities in the United States and Canada, with notes on the artists and publishers and a union catalogue of their works. $125.00
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