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Classroom Maps & Visual Learning Tools - Physical Maps - Historical Maps

Classroom Maps & Visual Learning Tools - Physical Maps - Historical Maps

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  1. Where Did Columbus Discover America? Map 1986

    The site of Columbus's first landfall in the New World has been a controversial subject since his landing there in 1492.
    Starting at $14.95
  2. United States Map 1968

    This beautiful US map is a historical gem, capturing a snapshot of the country as the Interstate system expanded at a torrid pace. This February 1968 US map featured beautiful cartography--combining many layers of information into an integrated whole that is as artistic as it is informative.
    Starting at $49.95
  3. National Parks Map 1958 Side 2

    This detailed map of the twelve move visited sites in the nations park system appeared in the May 1958 issue as half of a two-map presentation on national parks. One of the parks featured on this map, Sequoia National Park, boasts California's finest stands of sequoias.
    $14.95
  4. Advanced Physical Wall Map Set on Roller w/ Backboard; 7-Map Custom

    Make the best use of your space with these multi-map sets, mixing and matching any wall map title in the Advanced Physical Wall Map series. The Advanced Physical Wall Map series features innovative shaded relief detail of the world, continents, and the United States. This high quality series is appropriate for grades 6-12, and includes content that meets national and state curriculum standards. Four thematic inset maps enhance the value of the main map, featuring: annual rainfall; elevation profile; natural vegetation areas, plus areas of acid rain; population density per square mile and ethnic diversity; and energy resources and manufacturing areas. The world map features the Van Der Grinten projection. All maps in this series are markable with a dry erase or water-soluble marker. Durably laminated maps measure 64" x 54”, and are mounted on roller with backboard. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery on multiple wall map custom sets. Map hanging hardware needed, visit our Map Accessories page To order custom wall map sets, please call 800-829-6277
    $725.00
  5. USA Physical Wall Map

    Ideal for display in the home, office, or classroom, Terrain Environment Surroundings has created a series of artistic Wall maps for your viewing pleasure.
    Starting at $59.00
  6. Native American Heritage Map 1991

    This educational map reveals tribal and archaeological sites across the United States including federal reservations and museums. Published in October 1991, this map accompanied seven articles on America before Columbus and an additional map entitled "Indian America - What You Can Visit Today."
    Starting at $29.95
  7. Southwest, USA Map 1992

    The Southwest map contains a wealth of tourist attractions and sites including national parks, Indian reservations, ski areas, and more. Published in October 1992, this map appeared with the travel map "Southwest U.S.A.: The Land of Open Sky" as a two-map set.
    $14.95
  8. Tipton's USA Wall Map, Physical

    This is one of the most beautiful wall maps of the United States ever made. Colorful and highly detailed this USA map is loaded with information.
    Starting at $89.99
  9. Northeast, USA Map 1978

    The Northeast map, published in January 1978 as part of the "Close-up: U.S.A" series, highlights the states of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
    Starting at $29.95
  10. Northeast, USA Map 1978: Glittering Cities, Lonely Wild Lands

    Published in January 1978 with the Northeast map, the travel poster "New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania: Glittering Cities, Lonely Wild Lands" contains detail of the cities, seashores, farms, national parks, and ski resorts vacationers can enjoy in this diverse region.
    $29.95
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