Cartographic Innovation in the Early Republic

Lecture Description

In the aftermath of American independence, a wave of experimentation swept through cartography. Changed national circumstances, intelligence from abroad, and new printing techniques were just some of the developments that sparked a host of new maps designed to advance the interests of a young and fragile nation.

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Revolutionary and Early National Technology and Industry

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