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Book Reviews on Books of Maps

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The Guardian Umlimited has a review by Paul Hamilos of three books: Cities of the World: A History in Maps by Peter Whitfield; Atlas Maior by Joan Blaeu; and Descriptive Map of London Poverty 1889 by Charles Booth. The Guardian Umlimited also has a number of images from the books on its site. Booth’s map of London is available online in various pieces and formats, including one interactive one that compares his map to another of modern London.

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