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- This history contains the definitive explanation
of the numerous early maps of Norumbega so frequently the subject of misinterpretation
by antiquarian writers and the early explorers.
- See the other annotations for this
citation in the Maine historical sources: primary contemporary authors
bibliography as well as our comments in the Norumbega
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- The Davistown Museum is seeking a copy of this important map.
Kroeber, Alfred L. (1939). [Map
of] Native Tribes of North America. University of California Map
Series, No. 13, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
Lewis, G. Malcolm, Ed. (1998). Cartographic encounters:
Perspectives on Native American mapmaking and map use. University of
Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
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theatri Orteliani [map]: Præcipuarum orbis regionum delineationes,
minoribus tabulis expressas, brevioribusque declarationibus illustratas,
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reproduction of the Leyden University Library copy done in 1964 by American
Elsevier Pub. Co., NY, NY.
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Pring in 1606 can be seen on the Virginia Chart and Velasco Map, II, plates
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County, Maine in 1857
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Cushing, Union, Warren, Friendship, St. George.