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3 Favorite map gifts for dads!

11 May
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Someone once said, “Dads are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventurers, storytellers, and singers of song.” The truth is that there is no other dad quite like yours, whether he’s old-fashioned, a jokester, a party animal, a DIY guru, a nature lover, or an eclectic individual. You can show your father, dad, […]

Discovery Map Series: Earliest Chart Of The Galapagos A. Arrowsmith, 1798

09 May
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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 […]

Travel Map Feature: Custom map of the Galapagos Islands

04 May
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Galapagos Islands The Galapagos Islands is an archipelago of roughly 19 islands and several smaller islets, over 500 miles off the Ecuadorian Coast in the Pacific Ocean. The islands became a World Heritage Site in 1978, protecting almost 35 million acres of land and sea. The Galapagos is recognized for its unique wildlife, especially for […]

Discovery Map Series: History Of The Exploration Of The Colorado 1908

02 May
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The Grand and other Cañons of the Colorado River of the West from 1540 to 1908 This is a very detailed exploration map of the Colorado River and Grand Canyon, published in 1908 by Robert Brewster Staton. Staton was a civil and mining engineer. In 1889-1890, Staton carried out the Survey for the “Denver Colorado Cañon and Pacific Railway,” […]

Discovery Map Series: Old School Atlas Of The United States C.1847

25 Apr
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Woodbridge Map of the US 1847 This map of the United States was part of an atlas collection known as the Woodbridge Atlas. Produced in 1843, it was considered to be a modern atlas at the time. It’s purpose was to portray the attributes of various countries and regions as they relate to political orientation, […]

Travel Map Feature: Top Through Hikes of the Continental United States

20 Apr
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Top Through Hikes of the Continental United States Putting one foot in front of the other, trekking through the beauty and diversity of nature with land beneath your feet is one of the most liberating experiences. For those whose wanderlust needs to be satisfied, stretching across America are many awe-inspiring trails. Best of all, hikes […]

Discovery Map Series: Custom map of the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico

18 Apr
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The Turquoise Trail, New Mexico Situated in central New Mexico, beginning in Tijeras and the Cibola National Forest and ending in the San Marcos/Lone Butte Area, the Turquoise Trail is a scenic and historic area which covers roughly 15,000 square miles, and connects Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The name is derived from the blue-green turquoise […]

Travel Map Feature: The Beaches of Cancun

13 Apr
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Cancun, Mexico is a place rich in Mayan culture, that boasts breathtaking, white-sand beaches, each offering something unique to those who venture on their shores. Cancun’s 14 miles of pristine beaches are surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and the striking shade of blue crystal-clear water. Some of Cancun’s best beaches include: Eastern Beaches Playa Delfines […]

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