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1985 Central Plains Map Side 2

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1985 Central Plains Map Side 2
Of course, the watermark is not present on the printed map.
  • 1985 Central Plains Map Side 2 from National Geographic
1985 Central Plains Map Side 2

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paper
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€34.90
laminated
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€49.90
framed pinboard (silver color)
Delivery time: 14-21 days
C
€129.00
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In four-hundred years the Great Plains of America shifted from a wild landscape of Bison and the Native American tribes who hunted them to the nation's breadbasket and agricultural heartland. Explore the region's colorful and often tragic history with the Central Plains map. Published in September 1985, this map represents Side Two of a two-map set in the "Making of America" series. • An abundance of historical information • A map showing Indian relocation from 1830-1900 • Three maps of Indian territory from 1830 through 1906 • A map and information about the Dust Bowl • Buffalo ranges, settlement areas in 1870, cattle trails, overland stage routes, pony express routes, railroads, telegraph lines, cow towns, and land offices • Two maps showing the region's change from Indian land to frontier settlements • Two maps showing immigration and agricultural growth of the region Language: english Size: ca 68,6 x 50,8cm Available options: - paper - double sided encapsulated (inscribedable or wiped off) - mounted as pinboard with silver-coloured aluminium frame, one sided laminated (inscribedable or wiped off) This digital print requires up to 10 - 14 days of delivery time.

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SKU XNG198509b_
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 1985
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