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From Newfoundland to Georgia: trying to map the Midwest

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Friday, April 4th 2014
Read More About: cartography, midwest, regions


Cartographer Bill Rankin decided to explore the many maps of the Midwest, compiling them all into a single image. The final result included more than the census Bureau’s 12 states. It even included other countries. Here's the final map.


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