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by Elizabeth Maule
Published June 1977 by Wisconsin Historical Society.
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The book also details meetings with personalities of the time including Napoleon III and President .
The book also details meetings with personalities of the time including Napoleon III and President Jefferson Davis, as well as tales of some of the more memorable audits and business transactions that Gérald was involved with in his career. The LIS holds a signed copy of the book presented to the Library on 15 August 1917. Harold Gibson Howitt.
Any list of Internet resources for historians ought to be considered a work in progress. The reason is quite simple. The number of web sites devoted to historical subjects, documents and related material increases daily.
Historical perspective. Bird’s-eye views have a long history in mapmaking, and those produced by the NPS are a part of this continuum. Despite the predominance of planimetric maps today, up until two centuries ago oblique views were far more common, and the depiction of terrain and cities often revealed the three-dimensional nature of these features. The NPS uses bird’s-eye views for promotion of a different sort: to foster appreciation of the cultural and historical heritage of the United States. As elsewhere in the cartographic community, at the NPS the transition from traditional to digital mapping has been our focus for much of the past dozen years.
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Augustus Koch, Bird’s Eye View of the City of Houston, Texas, 1873, Map Holcomb Digital Map Collection, Archives and Records Program, Texas General Land Office, Austin, TX. This map of Houston, drawn in 1873 by prolific map maker Augustus Koch, is a fine example of what is known as a bird’s eye view or panoramic map. Presented from an imaginary, elevated point, these bird’s-eye view maps of cities were wildly popular in America in the latter half of the nineteenth century and into the early part of the twentieth century