Mercator, Eurasia Centered
1. What do you first notice when looking at a map?
2. What steps do you take to analyze a map?
3. How do maps reflect the world?
4. How do maps function in different cultures?
5. How did you first get interested in maps as primary sources?
6. What other sources do you use to understand maps?
7. How do students approach maps?
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Grateful Acknowledgement is made to the following institutions and individuals for permission to publish material from their collections:Rand McNally Map - Used with permission © RMcN, www.randmcnally.com R.L. S-2003Alabama Maps Site - http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/
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