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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin Brückner; Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture.
|Notes:||"Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia"--P. [ii].|
|Description:||xiii, 485 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Cartographic horizons and imperial politics: Deep archives : From abstraction to allegory : the imperial cartography of Vicente de Memije / Ricardo Padrón. Centers and peripheries in English maps of America, 1590-1685 / Ken MacMillan ; The (un)making of colonies: A compass of steer by : John Locke, Carolina, and the politics of restoration geography / Jess Edwards. Rebellious maps : José Joaquim da Rocha and the proto-independence movement in colonial Brazil / Junía Ferreira Furtado --
Catographic encounters and local knowledge: Native maps / mapping natives: The wrong side of the map? : the cartographic encounters of John Lederer / Gavin Hollis. An image to carry the world within it : performance cartography and the Skidi Star Chart / William Gustav Gartner. Closing the circle : mapping a native account of colonial land fraud / Andrew Newman ; Cosmopolitan maps: Competition over land, competition over empire : public discourse and printed maps of the Kennebec river, 1753-1755 / Matthew H. Edney. Building urban spaces for the interior : Thomas Penn and the colonization of eighteenth-century Pennsylvania / Judith Ridner. Mapping Havana in the Gentleman's magazine, 1740-1762 / Scott Lehman --
Meta-cartographies : icons, objects, and metaphors: National cartography and indigenous space in Mexico / Barbara E. Mundy. The spectacle of maps in British America, 1750-1800 / Martin Brückner. --
Hurricanes and revolutions / Michael J. Drexler.
|Responsibility:||edited by Martin Brückner.|
All those interested in. . . the history of cartography will find a number of articles in this volume to their liking. Those interested in early American cartography will want to add this book to