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Andre Levesque

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Hey folks,

I am working on a map of geographic mobility in Early Modern France. I am wondering if anyone on here has ever made a map showing the mobility (inmigration , outmigration) of populations between counties/communes or states/provinces? If so, some examples would be nice.

Thanks for any feedback you could provide.

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Andre Levesque, BA CTech
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Université de Moncton, campus de Moncton
New Brunswick, Canada

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If there are arrows all over the place, it might be hard to present it easily in a map!

I found this interactive map that I spotted a while ago quite interesting:
http://www.forbes.co.../migration.html
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Hey folks,

I am working on a map of geographic mobility in Early Modern France. I am wondering if anyone on here has ever made a map showing the mobility (inmigration , outmigration) of populations between counties/communes or states/provinces? If so, some examples would be nice.

Thanks for any feedback you could provide.

Regards,

Andre Levesque, BA CTech
Technicien de géomatique / Geomatics Technician
Université de Moncton, campus de Moncton
New Brunswick, Canada


You might want to have a look at this old thread. I kinda had this one tucked away in the back of my mind in case I ever had to do a similar job. I really lthe example maps & graphics and it's good to see how they evolved over time.


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