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Liebenberg, Elri

History of Cartography

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Table of contents

Part I. Europe

1. Redefining Imperial Borders: Marking the Eastern Border of the Habsburg Monarchy in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
Madalina Valeria Veres

2. Exploring and Mapping the Danube: Reading a Hydrographical Map of Buda and Pest (1833)
Zsolt Gyözö Török, Domonkos Hillier

3. Saxony’s Role in the Measurement of the Central European Meridian Arc as an International Geodetic Project Since 1862
Jana Moser

4. Media-Related Aspects of Popularization: The Geographical Serials from the Publishing Houses of Friedrich Justin Bertuch
Andreas Christoph

5. Exploring Along the Rome Meridian: Roger Boscovich and the First Modern Map of the Papal States
Mirela Slukan Altić

6. The Mineral Maps of L. F. Marsigli and the Mystery of a Mine Map
Antal András Deák

7. The Long Life of a 1:200,000 Map of Central Europe and the Balkans
Jean-Luc Arnaud

8. Villages, Actors of Local Cartography? The Cadastral Maps of the Banat (1772–1779)
Benjamin Landais

9. The Historical Evolution of Craiova Municipality (Romania) Results from the Analysis of Cartographic Documents
Avram Sorin, Vladut Alina, Curcan Gheorghe

Part II. Asia and Africa

10. A Brief History of the Boundary Mapping Between Indonesia and Timor-Leste
Sri Handoyo

11. Colonial Powers and Geographic Naming: A Case Study of Orchid Island (Lanyu), Taiwan
Chia-Jung Wu, Jinn-Guey Lay

12. Petermann’s Map of László Magyar’s Travels in Angola: Its Sources, Compilation and Contents
Zsombor Bartos-Elekes, Zsombor Nemerkényi

13. The “Major Jackson’s Transvaal and Natal Series” of the Anglo-Boer War (1899–1902): A Cartobibliographic Framework
Elri Liebenberg

Part III. The Americas

14. The Cartographic Discovery of the Great Lakes Snowbelts
Mark Monmonier

15.
“You may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas”

Imre Josef Demhardt

16. The General Map of Brazil
Paulo Márcio Leal Menezes

Part IV. General

17. Cartographic Commentaries and Map Descriptions of the 19th Century as Historical Sources
Alexander Schunka

18. Discovery of Forested Areas on Topographic Maps: Development of Orienteering Maps
László Zentai

19. Edward Sabine and the “Magnetic Crusade”
Peter Collier

20. Name Location on Old Maps
Ferjan J. Ormeling

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography

Author(s)
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Series
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642333170

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