Edited by Richard W. Stephenson and Marianne M. McKee. ISBN: 978-0-88490-191-2. Copyright 2000. Hardcover with 337 pages measuring 15” x 11”, including index and color reproductions of 187 maps.
“Virginia in Maps” traces the discovery, settlement, expansion, and growth of the commonwealth from the Native American world first encountered by European explorers and expansionists to the urban, modern state closely connected to national and international economics. This comprehensive atlas includes full-color reproductions of some of the most important maps of the colony and the state, presented in multiple plates to enhance readability. Augmented by five lively and well-illustrated essays written by leading cartographic scholars.
Printed in Italy on acid-free paper.