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1 Bartholomew, J.G. (editor) The Citizen's Atlas of the World 1898 Map of Mexico, Central America, & West Indies with insets of Panama Canal and Mexico City
London George Newnes, Limited 1898 First Edition; Various Map Very Good with no dust jacket 
Color Map is in sleeve and may have minor soiling to edges.Taken from theCitizens Atlas of the World, published by Newnes, etc. in Southhampton Street, 1898. Bartholomew was a cartographer, born in Edinburgh, EC Scotland, UK. He studied at Edinburgh, then entered his father's firm. His works include the Survey Atlas of Scotland (18951912) and a Physical Atlas of the World (2 vols, 18891911). He is best known for his system of layer colouring of contours. These are NOT reprints they are directly from the 1898 Atlas which was damaged with the loss of some original maps. Shows major transportation routes, including railways, rivers, lakes, town names, territorial names, township names, county names, land masses, sailing routes, steamer routes, Caravan routes, etc. Map now in archival sleeve and backing board. These maps give a very contrasting view of the World in 1898 as compared to today in light of globalization. Other maps available. Scarce in this condition. Great reference and for framing.; Color Map; 14x18 inches 
Price: 80.97 USD
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The Panama Canal  An Informal History of Its Concept, Building, and Present Status, Chidsey, Donald Barr
2 Chidsey, Donald Barr The Panama Canal An Informal History of Its Concept, Building, and Present Status
Crown Publishing Group 1970 0517507498 / 9780517507490 First Edition; Various Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Hardcover yellow cloth. Dust looks almost new. Small neatly written name in front. "The Panama Canal is one of man's greatest engineering triumphs, and also a triumph of the human spirit over tremendous odds. From the time of Christopher Columbus, it was man's dream to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and thus eliminate the tremendously long voyages around South America. In "The Panama Canal," popular American history author Donald Barr Chidsey reveals the entire dramatic history of the canal, the region, and the momentous struggle. A stirring narrative account of one of the most daring ventures modern man has undertaken, this book will be enjoyed by anyone interested in history, technology, and true-to-life adventure." Editjoral review. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 216 pages 
Price: 11.97 USD
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