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Travel Tuesday Map Series: Custom Map Exuma Islands Featuring Staniel Key

09 Apr

Where are the Exuma Islands? The Bahamas. Rich in history, culture, heritage, and tranquil natural beauty, the Exuma Islands of the Bahamas calls to the connoisseurs of Caribbean island life, and those individuals who desire to retreat to a place that seemingly slows in time and offers up naturally wondrous  untainted pieces of paradise.  A […]

Discovery Map Series: Columbia River, Headwaters to the Pacific Ocean

07 Apr

Columbia River Whether it is called the River Oregon, Big River, or River of the West, the Columbia River is the largest river in North America that drains into the Pacific Ocean. The Columbia River drains a basin that is approximately 260,000 square miles, from its headwaters in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada […]

Travel Tuesday Map Series: Adirondack State Park, New York

02 Apr

Adirondack State Park New York Historic Map Art Wall Decor PosterBring in a Wonderful famous Print Poster like this Art Painted Print Poster is the best for discerning customers who demands the best fine artwork Printed wall decoration:  This wall decor print poster has some size variations like (11*14, 16*20, 20*24, 24*30 & 36*45) that […]

Discovery Map Series: Gooseberry Falls State Park, Minnesota

16 Nov

Gooseberry Falls State Park minnesota Historic Map Bring in a historical famous map like Great Lakes Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Ohio Canada Map wall art print poster is the best for discerning customers who demand the best fine artwork printing wall decoration. * This wall decor print poster has some size variations like (11*14, 16*20, 20*24, […]

Travel Tuesday Map Series: Lake Jocassee, South Carolina

28 Feb

The Lake Jocassee region supports a diverse flora and fauna. Aquatic plants include alligatorweed, coon’s tail, waterweed, while common species of trees comprises bald cypress, water tupelo, red maple, sweetgum, water ash and water oak. An abundance of fish can be found in Lake Keowee, including carp, spotted sucker, redbreast sunfish, silver redhorse, spottail shiner, […]

Travel Tuesday Map Series: Lake Sunapee New Hampshire

21 Feb

Lake Sunapee New Hampshire Historic Map There’s more to a lake than it simply being a body of water. Many lakes have helped to shape the vibrant history and culture of certain regions. Lakes provides environmental benefits, influence quality of life, strengthen economies through tourism, provide amazing opportunities for recreation and cottage/residential living, and serve […]

Discovery Map Series: The sites of Death Valley National Park, California

19 Feb
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Straddling the California-Nevada border, Death Valley National Park occupies a desert valley area between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts. It is the hottest and driest place in America, and the lowest of all the national parks in the lower 48 states. Covering 3.3 million acres, this park features salt-flats, mysterious rocks, sand dunes, […]

Travel Tuesday Map: Adirondack State Park, New York

14 Feb

Among the many beautiful state parks in New York is the Adirondack Park. It was created in 1892 and is known for its diverse landscape that features pristine waterways, towering mountains and boreal forests. It’s earliest known human inhabitants were Paleo-Indians, evident from sites found around the region dating to 9,000 B.C. Escaping the chop […]

Discovery Map Series: Portolan Chart Of The Mediterranean And Connecting Seas 1550

12 Feb

It was in the year 1793 that Captain James Colnett of the Royal Navy set sail in the merchant ship Rattler to do a survey of the Galapagos Islands to investigate the possibilities of sperm-whale fisheries in the region. Colnett’s Chart of the Galapagos is the first fairly accurate map of the archipelago. It was […]