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Connecticut: Mapping the Nutmeg State through History : Rare and Unusual Maps from the Library of Congress,9780762760053

Connecticut: Mapping the Nutmeg State through History : Rare and Unusual Maps from the Library of Congress

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9780762760053

ISBN10:
0762760052
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/23/2010
Publisher(s):
Globe Pequot
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Summary

These books, produced from the archives of the Library of Congress and edited by Vincent Virga, offer a glimpse into the history of the United States through rare historical full-color maps, narrative captions, and short essays.

Author Biography

Vincent Virga has been called, "America's foremost picture editor." He is the coauthor of Eyes of the Nation and the author of Cartographia: Mapping Civilizations, produced in cooperation with the Library of Congress.
 

Diana Ross McCain has written about Connecticut’s past for more than 25 years and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history. A frequent contributor to Early American Life and Connecticut magazines, and The Hartford Courant, McCain wrote the award-winning publication To All on Equal Terms, the story of Connecticut’s official state heroine, Prudence Crandall. She lives in Durham, Connecticut.



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