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National Geographic: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky 1977 - Hi

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Material Type:Laminated

Fifteen thousand years ago the last of the great glaciers inched toward what is now Kentucky, scraping and leveling as it went. Then in the southern reaches of present-day Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, nature shifted the mighty bulldozer into reverse. But its tread still marked this four state slice of mid-America. And from the blend of flatlands to the north and hill country to the south, vacationists can distill a holiday to suit any taste. Published in February 1977 as part of the "Close-up: U.S.A." series, this map accompanied the travel poster "Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky: Heartland Shaped by an Icy Plow."

This mid-America regional map contains an abundance of historical notes overlaying the fine cartography for which National Geographic is known. Explore the rich history and vibrant modern sites from the shores of the Great Lakes to the rolling hills in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. This attractive mid-century map features iconic National Geographic coloring, and draws attention to the Great Lakes region by muting out neighboring regions.

This map is drawn in the Albers Conic Equal-Area projection, which uses two standard parallels between which distortion is minimized, however scale and shape are not preserved.

A vibrant and unique conversation piece, this map is a must-have for any collector and makes a fine companion to the other maps in the "Close-up: U.S.A." series.

Your laminated map has a glossy finish so that you can use dry erase markers on the map to highlight features, make plans, and share unique information with others. Lamination is also extremely durable, resistant to folding or ripping.

Your map is rolled and packaged in a sturdy tube to protect it during shipment.

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