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If anyone is looking for a good online resource on historic maps check out the David Rumsey collection:


Did anyone attend the Historic Map conference in Budapest this year? For Imhof fans the next one is apparently in Switzerland in 2006.

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This year's NACIS conference will focus on historical cartography, and has a number of sessions on mapping history. David Rumsey will be the closing banquet speaker.

Info at http://www.nacis.org
Dennis McClendon, Chicago CartoGraphics

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