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Antique Map of Long Island, 1873

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Nov 10 Map Shows Sanctuary City Islands of Blue In Sea of Red

INFOWARS Areas throughout the US where towns and counties are designated as “Sanctuary Cities” appeared to correlate with the Democrat vote in the 2016 presidential election, according to an analysis of election maps. The trend is most noticeable up and down the west coast, in New Mexico and Colorado and in the northeast. via GIPHY The blue vote in a sea of red is also apparent in northeastern Louisiana, southeastern Arkansas and Western Mississippi. In Texas, where a majority of…

A CHANGING WORLD: The great French cartographer Guillaume de L'Isle made the first version of this map in 1700. This 1745 version by Amsterdam map publisher Covens & Mortier adds a seascape at the bottom, combining realistic clipper ships on the horizon with a fanciful mermaid and a merman accompanied by sea monsters. It also includes geography that had been discovered in the interim, such as the fact that Japan was an island and not attached to the mainland of Asia.

Antilles Map - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published. A strong and fine impressions of the map of the French Antilles by Chr. Weigel. The cartographer Christoph Weigel worked around 1719

Azores, Canary Islands, Madeira & Bermuda Title: Islands in the Atlantic. Azores or western Isles. - Madeira - Bermuda - Canary Islands - Cape de Verde Islands. Published: London, & New York, Date: 1851