Author Archives: Daniel Devine

Atlas of the Week: Atlas of the Civil War

  This atlas includes a myriad of new maps guiding the viewer to the expansive American Civil War. A conflict encompassing the eastern United States, plaguing hundreds of communities deserves an atlas as expansive as this piece of work. Including … Continue reading

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Blog of the Week: Big Map Blog

This blog site is filled to the brim with huge maps encompassing histories most fascinating sects. Maps of concrete jungles and their evolution from small town to sprawling city fill this site alongside intriguing conversations on the maps themselves. Every … Continue reading

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Map of The Week: Soviet San Francisco

  Soviet San Francisco This Soviet rendition of San Francisco, published in 1980, paints a picture of the tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union, presenting a side of history often ignored by Americans. It was created by … Continue reading

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