The PJ Mode Collection


Akerman, James R. 2015. “Travel, Tourism and Place Marketing.” In Monmonier 2015, HoC 6/2:1620-39.

Akerman, James R., & Robert W. Karrow Jr., eds. 2007. Maps: Finding Our Place in the World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Allen, David Yehling. Rev. 2014. The Mapping of New York State – A Study in the History of Cartography., accessed August 11, 2016.

Anderson, J.H. 2001. “Introduction: Meaning, Knowledge, and Power in the Map Philosophy of J.B. Harley.” In Harley 2001, 1-32.

Applebaum, Anne. 2003. Gulag: A History. New York: Doubleday.

Atkinson, Edward. 1863. “The Cotton Manufacture.” Boston Board of Trade, Ninth Annual Report: 95-115. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son.

Aulich, James. 1944. War Posters: Weapons of Mass Communications. New York: Thames & Hudson.

Bakken, Gordon Morris & Alexandra Kindell, eds. 2006. Encyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West. Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage Publications, Inc.

Baptista, Gregory S. 2009. “Politics, The Press, And Persuasive Aesthetics: Shaping The Spanish Civil War In American Periodicals.” PhD diss., Pennsylvania State University, State College PA.

Baranowski, Shelley. 2011. Nazi Empire: German Colonialism and Imperialism from Bismarck to Hitler. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Barber, Peter, ed. 2005. The Map Book. New York: Walker & Co.

Barber, Peter & Tom Harper. 2010. Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda and Art. London: The British Library.

Barnes, Trevor & Nik Heynen. 2011. “Commentary I: William W. Bunge (1971) Fitzgerald: Geography of a Revolution.” Progress in Human Geography 35: 712-20.

Barney, Timothy. 2011. “(Re)Placing America: Cold War Mapping and the Mediation of International Space.” PhD diss., University of Maryland, College Park MD,, accessed January 14, 2015.

---- 2013. “’Gulag-Slavery, Inc.’: The Power of Place and the Rhetorical Life of a Cold War Map.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 16: 317-354.

---- 2015. Mapping the Cold War: Cartography and the Framing of America’s International Power. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Baron, Nick. 2015. “World Revolution and Cartography.” In Monmonier 2015, HoC 6/2: 1766-70.

Barron, Roderick M. 2008. “Bringing the map to life: European satirical maps 1845­1945.” Belgeo 3­4: 445­-464., accessed December 25, 2014.

---- 2016a. “Politics personified: Fred W. Rose and Liberal & Tory serio-comic maps, 1877-1880, Part I.” Barron Maps Blog, March 11, 2016., accessed September 24, 2016.

---- 2016b. “Mistaken Attribution: Identifying the works of Fred W. Rose.” IMCOS, Journal of the International Map Collectors’ Society 146: 15-26.

---- 2016c. “Carta Topografica dell’Isola del Maritaggio di Monsieur le Noble.”, accessed November 1,2016.

Barton, James L. 1930. Story of Near East Relief (1915-1930): An Interpretation. New York: The MacMillan Company.

Baynton-Williams, Ashley & Miles. 2006. New Worlds: Maps from the Age of Discovery. Quercus.

Baynton-Williams, Ashley. 2015. The Curious Map Book. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Bechtel, Stefan. 2012. Mr. Hornaday's War: How a Peculiar Victorian Zookeeper Waged a Lonely Crusade for Wildlife That Changed the World. Boston: Beacon Press.

Biltcliffe, Pippa. 2005. “Walter Crane and the Imperial Federation Map Showing the Extent of the British Empire (1886).” Imago Mundi 57: 63-69.

Bix, Herbert P. 2000. Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan. New York: HarperCollins.

Black, Jeremy. 1997. Maps and Politics. London: Reaktion.

Blake, Angela M. 2006. How New York became American, 1890-1924. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Blakemore, Michael J., & J.B. Harley. 1980. Concepts in the History of Cartography: A Review and Perspective. Cartographica 17/4: Monograph 26.

Boggs, S. W. 1947. “Cartohypnosis.” The Scientific Monthly 64:469-476.

Bokenkotter, Thomas S. rev. ed. 1990. A concise history of the Catholic Church. New York: Doubleday.

Boria, Edoardo. 2008. “Geopolitical Maps: A Sketch History of a Neglected Trend in Cartography.” Geopolitics. 13:278-308.

Bottici, Chiara & Benoit Challand. 2013. Imagining Europe. Myth, Memory, and Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bracher, Federick. 1944. “The Maps in ‘Gulliver’s Travels.” Huntington Library Quarterly 8: 59-74.

Brandt, John L. 1895. America or Rome: Christ or the Pope. Toledo OH: The Loyal Publishing Company.

Brecher, Jeremy. 1997 rev. & updated ed. Strike! Cambridge MA: South End Press.

Bremner, Robert H. 1971. “Goldmark, Josephine Clara.” In James 1971, 2:60-61.

Brewer, Susan A. 2009. Why America Fights: Patriotism and War Propaganda from the Philippines to Iraq. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brinkley, Alan. 2010. “Hoover and Roosevelt: Two Approaches to Leadership.” In Isaacson, Walter, ed. Profiles in Leadership: Historians on the Elusive Quality of Greatness. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Broadley, A. M. 1911. Napoleon in Caricature 1795-1821. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head.

Brown, Richard H. & Paul E. Cohen. 2015. Revolution: Mapping the Road to American Independence 1755-1783. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Brown, Wesley A. 2000. “The World Image Expressed in the Rudimentum Novitiorum.” Philip Lee Phillips Society Occasional Paper Series 3. Washington: Library of Congress.

Bryant, Mark. 2013. “German Cartoonists of the Nazi Era, 1933-1945.” War Culture-Witzkrieg! Blog, November 15., accessed January 26, 2015.

Bryars, Tim. 2011a. “Europe as a Lady; England as George & the Dragon: Satirical Maps,”, August 23, 2011, accessed December 9, 2014.

---- 2011b. “The Indies Must be Free! Japan is cast as an especially sinister octopus, 1944,”, December 26, 2011, accessed January 11, 2015.

---- 2013. “The Avenger, not the octopus: Fred Rose’s other map of 1877.”, November 13, 2013, accessed September 12, 2016.

Bryars, Tim & Tom Harper. 2014. A History of the Twentieth Century in 100 Maps. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Bunton, Martin P. 2013. The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Burden, Philip D. 1996. The Mapping of North America. A list of printed maps 1511-1670. Rickmansworth, Herts England: Raleigh Publications.

Burnette, Ian. 2006. “Klondike Road Maps: Selling Comfort and Convenience on the Route(s) to the Gold Fields.” The Portolan: Journal of the Washington Map Society 67:45-56.

Bytwerk, Randall L. 2005. “The Argument for Genocide in Nazi Propaganda.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 91:37-62.

Cachey, Theodore J. Jr. 2007. “Maps and Literature in Renaissance Italy.” In Woodward 2007, HoC 3/1: 450-60.

Caillat, Collette & Ravi Kumar. 1981. The Jain Cosmology. Basel: Harmony Books.

Cairo, Heriberto. 2006. “’Portugal is not a Small Country:’ Maps and Propaganda in the Salazar Regime. Geopolitics 11: 367-395.

Campbell, Gordon. 1981. “The Source of Bunyan’s Mapp of Salvation.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 44:240-41.

Campbell, Tony. 1987. The Earliest Printed Maps,1472-1500. London: The British Library.

Caquard, Sébastien & Claire Dormann. 2008. “Humorous Maps: Explorations of an Alternative Cartography.” Cartography and Geographic Information Science 35/1:51-64.  

Carleton, Don E. 1985. Red Scare: Right-Wing Hysteria, Fifties Fanaticism, and Their Legacy in Texas. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Carr, J. Comyns. 1882. “Book Illustration, Old and New.” Journal of the Society of Arts 30:1055-1062.

Chadwyck-Healey, Charles. 2014. Literature of the Liberation: The French Experience in Print 1944-1946. Cambridge: Cambridge University Library.

Chapman, Mary. 2003. “Magpie Habits: Alice Duer Miller’s Suffrage Poetry and the Poetics of Quotation.” From a conference paper presented at the American Literature Association March 2003 conference on Modernist Poetry, Long Beach, CA., accessed January 24, 2015.

Cheradame, Andre. 1917. The Pangerman Plot Unmasked: Berlin’s Formidable Peace-Trap of “The Drawn War.” New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Churchill, Winston S. 1931. The World Crisis, 1911-1918. New York: Free Press. Paperback ed. 2005.

Churchill, Winston S. & Robert Rhodes James. 1983. Winston S. Churchill: His Complete Speeches, 1897-1963. New York: Chelsea House.

Clark, John O. E. 2005. 100 Maps: The Science, Art and Politics of Cartography Through History. New York: Sterling Publishing.

Cole, Arthur H. 1949. The Great Mirror of Folly (Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid): An Economic-Bibliographic Study. Boston: Baker Library, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.

Cosgrove, Denis, & Stephen Daniels, eds. 1988. The Iconography of Landscape: Essays on the Symbolic Representation, Design and Use of Past Environments. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cosgrove, Denis. 2005. “Maps, Mapping, Modernity: Art and Cartography in the Twentieth Century. Imago Mundi 57: 35-54.

---- 2007. “Mapping the World.” In Akerman 2007.

Crampton, Jeremy W. 2001. “Maps as Social Constructions: Power, Communication and Visualization.” Progress in Human Geography 25: 235-52.

---- 2003. “Reflections of Arno Peters (1916-2002).” The Cartographic Journal 40/1:55-56.

Crampton, Jeremy W. & John Krygier. 2006. “An Introduction to Critical Cartography.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 4:11-33.

Crapol, Edward P. 1999. James G. Blaine: Architect of Empire. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources Inc.

Crone, Gerald R. 1953. Maps and Their Makers: An Introduction to the History of Cartography. London: Hutchinson.

Crosby, Travis L. 2014. The Unknown David Lloyd George: A Statesman in Conflict. London: I.B. Tauris.

Culcasi, Karen. 2015. “Nation-State Formation and Cartography.” In Monmonier 2015, HoC 6/2:1000-09.

Cumming, William P. 1974. British Maps of Colonial America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Cunningham, John T. 2003. Ellis Island: Immigration’s Shining Center. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing.

Curtis, Philip & Jakob Søndergard Pedersen. 2016. War Map: Pictorial Conflict Maps 1900-1950. London: Sifton, Praed & Co.

Dando, Christina Elizabeth. 2010. “’The Map Proves It’: Map Use by the American Woman Suffrage Movement.” Cartographica 45: 221-240.

Daniels, Roger. 1962. The Politics of Prejudice: the Anti-Japanese Movement in California, and the Struggle for Japanese Exclusion. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Davis, David B. 1961. “James Cropper and the British Anti-Slavery Movement, 1823-1833.” Journal of Negro History 46: 154-173.

Dawson, George Francis. 1888. The Republican Text-Book for 1888. New York: Republican   National Committee., accessed December 16, 2014.

Dean, John Ward. 1892. “The Gerrymander.” New-England Historical and Genealogical Register 46: 374-383.

Debs Eugene Victor & Stephen Marion Reynolds. 1908. Debs: His Life, Writings and Speeches: With a Department of Appreciations. Girard, Kansas: The Appeal to Reason.

DeJean, Joan. 1991. Tender Geographies: Women and The Origins of the Novel in France. New York: Columbia University Press.

Delumeau, Jean. 2000. History of Paradise: The Garden of Eden in Myth and Tradition. O’Connell, Mathew, trans. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Delaney, John. 2012. First X, Then Y, Now Z: An Introduction to Landmark Thematic Maps. Princeton: Princeton University Library.

Didicher, Nicole E. 1997. “Mapping the Distorted Worlds of Gulliver’s Travels.” Lumen: Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. 16: 179-196.

Dillon, Diane. 2007. “Consuming Maps.” In Akerman 2007, 289-343.

Dimitriadis, Greg. 2006. “The Situation Complex: Revisiting Frederic Thrasher’s The Gang: A Study of 1,313 Gangs in Chicago.” Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies 6:335-353. 

Dodge, Martin & Chris Perkins. 2015. “Reflecting on J.B. Harley’s Influence and What He Missed in ‘Deconstructing the Map.’” Cartographica 50/1:37-40.

Dragnich, Alex N. 1983. The First Yugoslavia: Search for a Viable Political System. Stanford, California: Hoover Institution Press.

Driver, Felix. 2010. “In Search of The Imperial Map: Walter Crane and the Image of Empire.” History Workshop Journal 69: 147-157.

Dushnyck, Walter. 1948. Death And Devastation On The Curzon Line: The Story Of The Deportation From Ukraine. New York: Committee Against Mass Expulsion in cooperation with the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America. 7-32,, accessed January 11, 2015.

Dwyer, Philip. 2008. Napoleon: The Path to Power 1769 – 1799. London: Bloomsbury.

Eckert, Max. 1908. “On the Nature of Maps and Map Logic.” Bulletin of the American Geographical Society 40: 344-51.

Edney, Matthew H. 1993. “Cartography without ‘Progress’: Reinterpreting the Nature and Historical Development of Mapmaking.” Cartographica 30/2a3: 54-68.

---- 1996. “Theory and the History of Cartography.” Imago Mundi 48: 185-91.

---- 2005a. The Origins and Development of J.B. Harley’s Cartographic Theories. Cartographica 40/1–2: Monograph 54.

---- 2005b. “Putting ‘Cartography” into the History of Cartography: Arthur H. Robinson, David Woodward, and the Creation of a Discipline.” Cartographic Perspectives 51: 14-29. Reprinted in Bauder, Harold, and Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, eds. 2008. Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings. 711-728.

---- 2007. “Mapping Parts of the World.” In Akerman 2007, 117-157.

---- 2012. “Plus ca change: Defining Academic Cartography for the Twenty-First Century. Review Essay.” Cartographica 47/1: 64-69.

---- 2015. “Harley, J(ohn) B(rian).” In Monmonier 2015, HoC 6/1:577-79.

Ellis, Sylvia. 2009. Historical Dictionary of Anglo-American Relations. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc.

Farran, Michelle. 2010. “Of Maps and Octopuses.” Vulgar Army: Octopuses in Propaganda and Political Cartoons Blog, February 13.

Fausett, David. 1993. Writing the New World: Imaginary Voyages and Utopias of the Great Southern Land. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst. 2004. Accounting for Taste: The Triumph of French Cuisine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Finder, Leonard V. 1941. A Report. New York: Eastern Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith,, accessed January 6, 2015.

Finlay, Nancy, ed. 2009. Picturing Victorian America: Prints by the Kellogg Brothers of Hartford, Connecticut, 1830-1880. Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society.

---- 2012. “The Open and Fortified Country of the Human Heart.”, accessed November 1, 2016.

Fischer, Roger A. 1988. “William Windom Cartoon Centerfold 1881-91.” In Minnesota History Fall 1888: 99-109., accessed August, 21, 2016.

Foner, Philip S. 1972. The Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Birth of American Imperialism 1895-1902. New York: Monthly Review Press.

French, Josephine, Valerie Scott, et al, eds. 1999-2004. Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers. Tring, England: Map Collector Publications/Riverside, CT: Early World Press.

Friendly, Michael & Gilles Palsky. 2007. “Visualizing Nature and Society.” In Akerman 2007, 207-253.

Friendly, Michael. 2008. “The Golden Age of Statistical Graphics,” Statistical Science 23: 502-35,, accessed December 9, 2014. (Page citations are to the pdf.) 

Gaddis, John Lewis. 2005. The Cold War: A New History. New York: Penguin Books.

Gardner, Martin, ed. 2006. The Annotated Hunting of the Snark, The Definitive Edition. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Garland, Joseph E. 1978. Boston’s North Shore: Being an Account of Life Among the Noteworthy, Fashionable, Wealthy, Eccentric and Ordinary, 1823-1890. Boston: Little Brown and Company.

----. 1981. Boston’s Gold Coast: The North Shore, 1890-1929. Boston: Little Brown and Company.

Garver, John W. 2016. China’s Quest. The History of the Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China. New York: Oxford University Press.

Gilbert, Alan H. 1945. “Can Dante’s Inferno Be Exactly Charted?” PMLA 60/2:287-306.

Gill, Macdonald. 1944. “Decorative Maps.” The Studio 128:161-69.

Goffart, Walter. 2003. Historical Atlases: The First Three Hundred Years, 1570-1870. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Golway, Terry. 2014. Machine Made: Tammany Hall and the Creation of Modern Politics. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Goodwin, Doris Kearns. 2013. The Bully Pulpit. Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Goss, John. 1993. The Mapmaker’s Art: An Illustrated History of Cartography. USA: Rand McNally.

Gray, Christopher. 1987. “Streetscapes: Fiss, Doerr & Carroll Auction Mart; Who Hold the Reins on Fate of a 1907 Horse-Auction Mart?” New York Times, November 8, 1987.

Griffith, Elmer C. 1907. The Rise and Development of the Gerrymander. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company.

Groom, Winston. 2012. “Why Shiloh Matters.” Opinionator Blog, April 6.

Guenther, Louis. 1918. “Pirates of Promotion . . . George Graham Rice.” The World’s Work 36:584-591.

Guo Jian, Yongyi Song, & Yuan Zhou. 2015. Historical Dictionary of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. 2nd ed. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Halsey, Francis Whiting. 1919. The Literary Digest History of the World War. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company.

Hanks, S. W. 1879. The Crystal River Turned Upon the Black Valley Railroad and Black Valley Country: A Temperance Allegory. Boston: D. Lothrop and Company.

Hardy, Thomas. 1881. The Trumpet-Major. Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz.

Harley, J.B. 1987. “The Map and the Development of the History of Cartography.” In Harley & Woodward 1987, HoC 1:1-42.

---- 1988. “Maps, Knowledge, and Power” In Cosgrove & Daniels 1988. 277-312.

---- 1989. “Deconstructing the Map.” Cartographica 26/2:1-20.

---- 1990. “Cartography, Ethics and Social Theory.” Cartographica 27/2:1-23.

 ---- 2001. The New Nature of Maps: Essays in the History of Cartography, ed. Paul Laxton. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Harley, J.B., & David Woodward, eds. 1987. Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient, and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean. Vol. 1 of The History of Cartography [HoC]. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

---- eds. 1992. Cartography in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies. Vol. 2 of The History of Cartography [HoC]. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Harmon, Katharine. 2004. You Are There: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

Harris, Leila M. “Deconstructing the Map after 25 Years: Furthering Engagements with Social Theory.” Cartographica 50/1:50-53.

Harrison, Richard Edes. 1958. “Why Our Maps Aren’t Good Enough.” Harpers, July 1958:83-84.

Hart, Albert Bushnell. 1916. The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

Hart, Jerome A. 1913. Sardou and the Sardou Plays. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company.

Haruo, Tohmatsu. 2007. “Approaching Total War: Ivan Bloch’s Disturbing Vision.” In Wolff, David, et al., eds. The Russo-Japanese War in Global Perspective: World War Zero – Volume II. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV.

Harwood, Jeremy. 2006. To the Ends of the Earth: 100 Maps That Changed the World. Capetown: Struik Publishing.

Hauser, Henri. 1918. Germany’s Commercial Grip on the World. Her Business Methods Explained. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Haushofer, Karl. 1922. “Die suggestive Karte.” Grenzboten 1:17–19; reproduced in Haushofer, K et al. 1928. Bausteine zur Geopolitik. Berlin-Grunewald: Kurt Vowinckel Verlag.

Healy, David. 2001. James G. Blaine and Latin America. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press.

Heaton, John L. 1913. The Story of a Page: Thirty Years of Public Service and Public Discussion in the Editorial Columns of the New York World. New York: Harper & Brothers.

Heijden, H.A.M. van der. 1998. “Heinrich Bünting’s Itinerarium Sacrae Scripturae, 1581: A Chapter in the Geography of the Bible.” Quaerendo 28-1: 49–71.

---- 2006. Leo Belgicus: An Illustrated and Annotated Carto-Bibliography. 2d ed. rev. Alphen aan den Rijn: Canaletto.

Helman, Susannah. 2013. “Heavenly woodcuts.” In Barber, Peter, et al. 2013. Mapping Our World: Terra Incognita to Australia. Canberra: National Library of Australia.

Hench, John B. 2010. Books as Weapons: Propaganda, Publishing, and the Battle for Global Markets in the Era of World War II. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Henry, Robert S. 1945. “The Railroad Land Grant Legend in American History Texts.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review: 32: 171-194.

Herb, Guntram Henrik. 1997. Under the Map of Germany: Nationalism and Propaganda, 1918-1945. London: Routledge.

---- 2015. “Geopolitics and Cartography.” In Monmonier 2015, HoC 6/1:539-48.

Herbert, Francis. 1989. “‘The Corpse-Head,’ Or, a bed-time story for map lovers.” The Map Collector 48:20.

Herf, Jeffrey. 2006. The Jewish Enemy. Nazi Propaganda During World War II and the Holocaust. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Hermand, Jost. Victoria W. Hill, trans. 2013. Culture in Dark Times: Nazi Fascism, Inner Emigration, and Exile. New York: Berghahn Books.

Hill, Gillian. 1978. Cartographical Curiosities. London: British Library.

Hinrichs, Hans. 1955. The Glutton’s Paradise: Being a Pleasant Dissertation on Hans Sachs’s “Schlaraffenland” and Some Similar Utopias. Mount Vernon NY: Peter Pauper Press.

Hirschfeld, Al. 1999. Hirschfeld on Line. New York: Applause.

Holbrook, Stewart H. 1947. The Story of American Railroads. New York: Crown Publishers. 

Hoppen, Stephanie. 1982. Cartographic Curiosa 2. London. 

Hopkins, Martha & Michael Buscher. 1999. Language of the Land: The Library of Congress Book of Literary Maps. Washington: Library of Congress.

Huschke, Wolfgang J. 2nd improved and extended ed., 2008. The Candy Bombers: The Berlin Airlift 1948/49: The Technical Conditions and Their Successful Transformation. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.

Ickes, Harold L. 1935. Back to Work: The Story of PWA. New York: The Macmillan Company.

Jacobs, Frank. 2017. “The Landlord Octopus, Still Stalking London.” Strange Maps Blog, January 28, 2017., accessed February 2, 2017.

James, Edward T., Janet Wilson James & Paul S. Boyer. 1971. Notable American Women 1607-1950: A Biographical Dictionary. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Jenson, Oliver. 1975. The American Heritage History of Railroads in America. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co.

Johnson, Hildegard Binder. 1983. French Louisiana and the Development of the German Triangle: A German-American Tricentennial Publication. Minneapolis: Associates of the James Ford Bell Library.

Jolly, David. C. 1989. Maps of America in Periodicals Before 1800. Brookline Mass.: David C. Jolly.

Jordan, Guy. 2007. “The Aesthetics of Intoxication in American Art and Culture.” PhD diss., University of Maryland, College Park.

Jowett, Philip S. 2016. China and Japan at War 1937-1945. South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Military.

Kadish, Sharman. 1992. Bolsheviks and British Jews: the Anglo-Jewish community, Britain, and the Russian Revolution. London: F. Cass.

Kahn, Michael Alexander & Richard Samuel West. 2014. What Fools These Mortals Be! The Story of Puck, America’s First and Most Influential Magazine of Color Political Cartoons. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing.

Kancheva, Tanya. 2009. “Remembering Bulgaria’s ‘Palace Revolution.’” Radio Free Europe – Radio Liberty,, accessed August 15, 2016.

Karrow, Robert W. Jr. 1993. Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century and Their Maps. Bio-Bibliographies of the Cartographers of Abraham Ortelius, 1570. Chicago: Speculum Orbis Press.

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Kinealy, Christine. 2011. Daniel O’Connell and the Anti-Slavery Movement: “The Saddest People the Sun Sees.” London: Pickering and Chatto.

Kirchubel, Robert. 2007. Operations Barbarossa 1941 (3): Army Group Center. Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd.

Klein, Christopher M. 1989. Maps in Eighteeth-Century British Magazine: A Checklist.  The Herman Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography Occasional Publication No. 3. Chicago: The Newberry Library.

Kleiner, John. 1994. Mismapping the Underworld: Daring and Error in Dante's “Comedy.” Stanford: Stanford University Press.

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Major, Andrea. 2012. Slavery, Abolitionism and Empire in India, 1772-1843. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

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Martin, Denis.1996. Images d’Epinal – Images of Epinal. Quebec: Musee du Quebec.

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Michalak, Stanley J. 2001. A Primer in Power Politics. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc.

Miller, Roger G. 2000. To Save a City: The Berlin Airlift, 1948-1949. College Station: Texas A&M University Press.

Minor, Heather Hyde. 1999. “Mapping Mussolini: Ritual and Cartography in Public Art during the Second Roman Empire.” Imago Mundi 51:147-162.

Mitchell, Elizabeth. 2014. Liberty’s Torch – The Great Adventure to Build the Statue of Liberty. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press.

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