No. 30; American view of Africa from 1839

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    This is a mid-nineteenth century map of Africa, from an American atlas, with insets of the Liberian coast and the Nile River valley.

    tokyotako, steveh30, Mando Maniac, and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mamluke 94 months ago | reply

      what a great collection you've posted - thanks!

    2. Edu-Tourist 94 months ago | reply

      Thanks - I wish others would share their maps on flickr. They are an important part of how we conceive of the world.

    3. Lucas | Pankra.com 94 months ago | reply

      Awesome one!
      I used it for an article about ghana!

    4. ComputerHotline 78 months ago | reply

      Hello

      This photo should be used in class, at school !

      Please add your photo to Photos pour l'école / Photos for school
      Read the group rules first.

      You can add this photo in more groupes :
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      and tag it with thiese words :
      carte afrique vieille ancienne

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    5. jpwauthier 75 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the picture, we used it on CentPapiers : Sarkozy, ne touchez pas à mon Afrique !

    6. jpwauthier 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the picture, we used it on CentPapiers : souvenir d'Afrique

    7. M^K 68 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Images FOR Africa (Read the Rules!), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. The hills are alive* 34 months ago | reply

      Used here, with many thanks...

      www.flickr.com/photos/hills_alive/5900237690/

      (Faved on my other account....)

    9. JFGryphon 30 months ago | reply

      They are not yet online but the American Museum of Natural History has many hundreds of photos of old maps.

    10. JFGryphon 24 months ago | reply

      Again, what a wonderful map.

    11. Edu-Tourist 24 months ago | reply

      love the mashup!
      Jim: have to come check out your collection!

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