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2007 Volume III
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|1.||The Underground Railroad and the Geography of Freedom: Using Slave Narratives and Negro Spirituals as Maps
Sheila L. Carter-Jones
|2.||Mapping Change: How Colonialism Changed a Man, His Community, and His Culture
Anne Marie Esposito
|3.||Maps and Mapmaking for the Artist
|4.||The Beautiful Art of Map Making
|5.||Mapping + Episodic Short Short Stories = Classroom Writing Success
Janelle A. Price
|6.||The Rhetoric of Maps and the Westward Expansion of the United States
|7.||Santa Fe and the World: Maps and Mapmaking of People, Places and Poverty
|8.||Portraits of Places: Maps and Art from the European City View to the Aboriginal Dreamtime Paintings
|9.||Mapping the Great Migration 1916-1930: African American Movement from the South to the North
Stephanie R. Wicks
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