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Volume Two, Book Three

Cartography in the Traditional African, American, Arctic, Australian, and Pacific Societies

Edited by David Woodward and G. Malcolm Lewis

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Front Matter

Gallery of Color Illustrations (Plates 1–8)
Gallery of Color Illustrations (Plates 9 –24)

Preface
David Woodward

1. Introduction
David Woodward and G. Malcolm Lewis

Traditional Cartography in Africa

2. Cartographic Content of Rock Art in Southern Africa
Tim Maggs

3. Indigenous Mapmaking in Intertropical Africa
Thomas J. Bassett

Traditional Cartography in the Americas

4. Maps, Mapmaking, and Map Use by Native North Americans
G. Malcolm Lewis

5. Mesoamerican Cartography
Barbara E. Mundy

6. Mapmaking in the Central Andes
William Gustav Gartner

7. Indigenous Cartography in Lowland South America and the Caribbean
Neil L. Whitehead

Traditional Cartography in Arctic and Subarctic Eurasia

8. Traditional Cartography in Arctic and Subarctic Eurasia
Elena Okladnikova

Traditional Cartography in Australia

9. Icons of Country: Topographic Representations in Classical Aboriginal Traditions
Peter Sutton

10. Aboriginal Maps and Plans
Peter Sutton

Traditional Cartography in the Pacific Basin

11. The Pacific Basin: An Introduction
Ben Finney

12. Traditional Cartography in Papua New Guinea
Eric Kline Silverman

13. Nautical Cartography and Traditional Navigation in Oceania
Ben Finney

14. Maori Cartography and the European Encounter
Phillip Lionel Barton

15. Concluding Remarks
David Woodward and G. Malcolm Lewis

Editors, Authors, and Project Staff
Bibliographical Index
General Index
Ellen D. Goldlust-Gingrich






The History of Cartography, Volume 2, Book 3
Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient, and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean
Edited by David Woodward and G. Malcolm Lewis
©1998 | 500 pages | 24 color plates, 267 halftones, 196 line drawings, 5 tables | 8½×11
The History of Cartography Series

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