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  1. National Geographic Brazil Executive Wall Map

    Antique styling matched with modern & up-to-date information combine to create National Geographic's Brazil Executive Wall Map. New in 2011, this map is rich in physical and place name information. Famous for Carnival, beaches, and soccer, Brazil is South America's largest country.
    Starting at $24.95
  2. Mexico, Central America And The West Indies Map 1934

    Published in December 1934, this map of Mexico, Central America and the West Indies accompanied three articles on Mexico and the West Indies including "Hunting Useful Plants in the Caribbean."
    Starting at $49.95
  3. Map Showing Location of Panama Canal 1899-1902

    The "Map Showing Location of Panama Canal, as Recommended by the Isthmian Canal Commission of 1899-1902" is a unique historical piece published in October 1905 with three articles on canals.
  4. Mexico Map 1994

    Published in September 1994, this map accompanied the article "The Sonoran Desert: Anything But Empty" and a travelers map of Mexico. This attractive map features national parks and striking ocean bathymetry.
    Starting at $29.95
  5. Mexico Map 1914

    Published in May 1914, only three years after National Geographic's first map of Mexico, this work shows the transportation changes taking place. An ambitious railroad project was underway on the gulf coast, while similar railroad expansions were taking place in other regions.
  6. Mexico Map 1911

    National Geographic's first map of Mexico, this fine work was created by Scottish cartographer and geographer John George Bartholomew. Produced in May 1911, this map accompanied the article "Our Neighborch, Mexico" and features altitude shading to bring Mexico's geography to life.
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