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Map Collections (Map, Atlas and Globe Museums)

Map Collections (Map, Atlas and Globe Museums) Maps help us to understand and manage our world. Reaching all the way back to cavemen and the Stone Age, drawings can be found depicting hunting grounds, water sources and other crucial life … Continue reading

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Washington D.C. Original Boundary and Boundary Stones

Washington, D.C. is one of the most unique jurisdictions in our country. The District of Columbia, our nation’s capital, has a population of nearly 660 thousand and encompasses 68.3 square miles. It is situated on the northeast bank of the Potomac … Continue reading

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Free Travel Blog at www.travelpod.com

It’s summertime and for many that is synonymous with ‘traveltime.’ Traveling is a personal experience. It doesn’t matter if you venture to the same destination as others have before you – your trip will be a unique combination of when you go, who … Continue reading

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State Speed Limits

State speed limits map; History of state speed limits; Impact on business of state speed limits. Continue reading

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U.S. Counties – A Brief History and Overview

U.S. Counties – A Brief History and Overview What? There is an association for counties in the U.S.? Yes, it’s true, there is! The National Association of Counties (NACo) is the only national organization that represents county governments in the … Continue reading

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