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National Geographic Historical Maps

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  • Arctic Regions - Published 1925

    This bold map of the Arctic regions appeared in National Geographic Magazine in November of 1925 with the article "The MacMillan Arctic Expedition Returns." In this article, the world would discover the man who would soon be the most famous aviator-explorer of the era: Richard E. Byrd. Filled with detailed explorers' routes, this is a wonderful companion to the North Pole Regions map of 1907.

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  • Asia-Pacific - Published 1989

    This vibrant map of the Asia-Pacific region provides detail of eastern Asia, Australia and New Zealand as well as the thousands of islands in the Pacific. Published in November 1989, the Asia-Pacific map accompanied the "Western Pacific Rim" map and four articles on the region including "Hanoi: The Capital Today."

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  • Atlantic Ocean - Published 1939

    An ambitious work for its time, this beautiful map of the Atlantic Ocean was published in July 1939 when ocean bathymetry was in its infancy. Loaded with a variety of geographical and historical information this map is a splendid addition to any map collection.

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  • Atlantic Ocean - Published 1941

    Published in September 1941, this map paints a striking portrait of the Atlantic Ocean on the verge of the US involvement in World War II. Naval bases, dates and locations of war-time events, time zone boundaries, shipping routes and air travel distances, as well as wind, current, and storm information, make this map a unique window into the turbulent times and the desire for a greater understanding of the Atlantic and its significance for travel, trade, and national security.

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  • Atlantic Ocean - Published 1955

    This Atlantic Ocean map features the brilliant color and magnificently detailed cartography for which National Geographic is known. Includes ocean coastlines, bathymetry, an abundance of historical notes, and an inset of submarine topography. Published in December 1955.

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  • Atlantic Ocean - Published 1968

    This detailed map of the Atlantic Ocean is complete with ocean bathymetry, notes on ocean currents, winds and physical features. Also contains a wealth of historical notes. Published in June 1968 to accompany the "Atlantic Ocean Floor" map. Similar in style to ocean maps of the Pacific (1969) and Arctic (1971).

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  • Atlantic Ocean Floor - Published 1968

    This distinctive physical map of the Atlantic Ocean floor appeared in the June 1968 issue of National Geographic as a supplement to the map of the Atlantic. The detail of such submarine terrain as continental slopes, abyssal plains, and the mighty Mid-Atlantic Ridge is stunning. A true work of art, and a wonderful companion to the ocean floor maps of the Indian (1967), Pacific (1969), and Arctic (1971).

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  • Discoverers of the Pacific - Published 1974

    The Discoverers of the Pacific map was published in December 1974 as half of a two-map set with the Islands of the Pacific map and the article "The Coming of the Polynesians." An educational work, this map contains an abundance of information about Pacific Islanders, their shipbuilding techniques, types of canoes, and how they navigated using the stars, birds, and other natural data.

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  • Ghost Fleet of the Outer Banks 1970 Map - Published 2008

    Originally printed for the National Geographic Magazine in 1970, this map plots over 500 ill-fated ships that lie forever anchored in the Atlantic coastal sea floor. A classic shipwreck map of one of the graveyards of the Atlantic.

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