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Colonization and trade in the New World
- Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society. Cartographic Division, 1977.
- National Geographic Society. Cartographic Division. North Decimal Degree 56.000000. South Decimal Degree 0.000000. East Decimal Degree 50.000000. West Decimal Degree -126.000000. Relief shown pictorially. "This map is a composite based on charts designed about 1720 by cartographer Herman Moll a Dutchman who lived in London. Spellings and typefaces are contemporary with that period." Map shows by color code claims of rival nations. "Supplement to National Geographic, December 1977, page 724A, vol. 152, no. 6." Verso: "History salvaged from the sea".
- Trade routes, Commerce, Colonies, Historical geography, and North America—Maps
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- G3291.S12. 1977.N3
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