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The Portolan, issue 105 (Fall 2019) issued

  • Articles
    • The Man Who Mapped Siam: James McCarthy and the Royal Survey Department, by Hal Meinheit
    • Exercises of Imagination and Speculation: Mapping Northwest America in the Mid-Eighteenth Century, by Jacob Singer 2018 Ristow Honorable Mention
    • The First Map to Use the Name Toronto: Recently Discovered on a Three and a Half Century Old Map, by Rick Laprairie
    • Rising to the First – An interview with Dr. Paulette Hasier, by John Hessler
  • Recent publications - This regular feature, a bibliographic listing of articles and books appearing worldwide on antique maps and globes and the history of cartography, is compiled by Leah M. Thomas.
  • Book reviews
    • Creating the Mediterranean: Maps and the Islamic Imagination (Reviewer: Dick Pflederer
    • Lost Maps of the Caliphs, Drawing the World in Eleventh Century Cairo (Reviewer: Cyrus Ala’i)
    • Philippine Cartography 1320-1899, Fourth Edition (Reviewer: Hal Meinheit)
  • Shorter items

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