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1986 Pacific Northwest Map Side 2

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1986 Pacific Northwest Map Side 2
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  • 1986 Pacific Northwest Map Side 2 from National Geographic
1986 Pacific Northwest Map Side 2

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framed pinboard (silver color)
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This map of the Pacific Northwest represents Side Two in a two-piece set of maps focused on this beautiful and resource-rich region. Published in August 1986 as part of the "Making of America" series, this map provides a detailed look at the history of the Pacific Northwest as it changed from tribal lands and fur trading posts to a region known for its national parks, lumber industry, dams, and resorts. • A historical overview of the region • Five maps detailing the history of the region with focuses on the tribal cultures, the fur trade, colonization, the lumber empire, railroads, mining, fisheries, agriculture, dams, recreational activities, and more • Text about each historical period illustrated • A map showing the transcontinental railroad systems • Four maps showing the changes in boundaries from territories to states • Colorful illustrations 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 XNG198608b_
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 19886
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