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National Geographic Historical Maps

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  • Canada - Published 1961

    This map of Canada, the "Great White North", is a fine example of the detailed and vibrant cartography for which National Geographic is famous. Of particular note is the boundary marking the northern limit of wooded country. Published in December 1961 with the article "Canada, My Country."

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  • Canada - Published 1985

    Canada's diverse geography is brilliantly displayed in this exceptional map of the Great White North. Published in November 1985 as a companion to the article "Kluane: Canada's Icy Wilderness."

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  • Canada - Published 1936

    This stunning map is truly unique in the unusual pastel hues used to color the geographical regions. As informative as it is beautiful, this work features insets with details about Canada's climate, natural resources, as well as the routes of explorers. Published in June of 1936, it accompanied the article "Exploring Yukon's Glacial Stronghold."

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  • Canada - Published 1972

    Second in sheer landmass only to Russia, Canada spans six time zones and is rich in biodiversity. This colorful and detailed Canada map was published in March 1972 with a companion poster - a remarkable painting by artist-naturalist Jay H. Matternes entitled "Ice Age Mammals of the Alaskan Tundra."

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  • Canada Political

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  • Canada Vacationlands - Published 1985

    Explore Canada's diverse vacationlands with this educational map printed in November 1985 to supplement the political and physical map of the country and the article "Kluane: Canada's Icy Wilderness Park." From world-class wilderness to spirited cities, Canada has something for every vacationer.

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  • Canada, Alaska and Greenland - Published 1947

    This unique map of Canada, Alaska and Greenland shows North America's northernmost reaches. Published in June 1947, this map provides a snapshot of Canada two years before the Dominion of Newfoundland became its tenth province.

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  • Carte Generale Des Decouvertes De Lamiral De Fonte 1752 - Published 1892

    The "Carte Generale des Decouvertes de l'Amiral de Fonte" map is a black and white antique map created by Joseph-Nicolas De l'Isle in 1752 showing the supposed discoveries of Spanish explorer Admiral de la Fuente and the tracks of Spanish, English, and Russian navigators. These mythical "discoveries" included a Northwest Passage. Published in February 1892, it accompanied the article "The Cartography and Observations of Bering's First Voyage."

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  • Central America - Published 1973

    A perfect companion for the Mexico map published in the same issue, this May 1973 map of Central America demonstrates the fine cartography National Geographic is known for. Of particular note is the ocean bathymetry in the Caribbean. Both maps accompanied the article "Mexico, the City That Founded a Nation."

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  • Central America - Published 1986

    This colorful map of Central America features a unique overview of each country in the region, and includes details such as size, population, religion, language, and more. Published in April 1986, it is half of a two–map set with "Central America Past and Present".

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