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41. 1910 Portland development Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

This 1910 map shows Portland's quick east-side development and the beginning of south-east suburban sprawl. This map comes from the "Greater Portl... PDXScholar, Carl Abbott.

42. 1967 Communist China Agriculture Raster New York University Public content

1967. This georeferenced raster layer represents agricultural production in China in 1967. It is taken from the book, Communist China: Map Folio, which w... Directorate of Intelligence, Office of Basic and Geographic Intelligence.

43. 1967 Communist China Fuels and Power Raster New York University Public content

1967. This georeferenced raster layer represents locations of energy sources in China in 1967. It is taken from the book, Communist China: Map Folio, whi... Directorate of Intelligence, Office of Basic and Geographic Intelligence.

44. 1967 Communist China Industry Raster New York University Public content

1967. This georeferenced raster layer represents sites of industrial production in China in 1967. It is taken from the book, Communist China: Map Folio, ... Directorate of Intelligence, Office of Basic and Geographic Intelligence.

45. 1967 Communist China Population Raster New York University Public content

1967. This georeferenced raster layer represents the population of China in 1967. It is taken from the book, Communist China: Map Folio, which was publis... Directorate of Intelligence, Office of Basic and Geographic Intelligence.

46. 1967 Communist China Railroads Raster New York University Public content

1967. This georeferenced raster layer represents railroads in China in 1967. It is taken from the book, Communist China: Map Folio, which was published b... Directorate of Intelligence, Office of Basic and Geographic Intelligence.

49. A chart of the Indian Ocean improved from the chart of M. d'Apres de Mannevillette; with the addition of a part of the Pacific Ocean, as well as of the original tracks of the principal discoverers or other navigators to India and China; and in which it has been attempted to give a chronological indication of the successive discoveries (Raster Image) Raster Stanford University Public content

1803. Stanford Geospatial Center, Delarochette, L. (Louis), 1731-1802, and Hatchett, J. (John) . This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map of the Indian Ocean. The original map was originally created by Louis Delaroch... Stanford Digital Repository.