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Geography: U.S. Geological Survey

provides online maps and map tools. Find maps that are popular with teachers, tools for teaching students how to read maps (and make them), resources on land use (changing landscapes), satellite images related to the journey of Lewis and Clark. Design your own map to display boundaries, geographic names, transportation systems, water, land cover, climate, and geology. (U.S. Geological Survey)

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Based on triangulation surveys by Jacques Philippe Maraldi and Cesar Francois Cassini de Thury. This survey took three generations of the Cassini family to complete. Courtesy of the Geography and Map

Map of France—1744


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