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Atlas of Oregon by William G. Loy
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Atlas of Oregon

by William G. Loy

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This atlas is amazing. How many ways can you slice and dice one state? Apparently quite a few. This book combines maps with pie charts, bar graphs, and other graphics to show the variations across regions within Oregon, and within the state over time. In addition to the typical topo maps, road maps,and geology maps one might expect, this book includes maps that show population growth patterns, rise and decline of various industries, income levels, etc. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871141019, Hardcover)

This authoritative and beautiful volume offers a detailed look at the history, geography, and people of Oregon. More than 700 new maps are complemented by informative text exploring everything from the earliest settlers to the rise of Oregon vineyards to Portland*s traffic jams. Newly updated by an award-winning team of geographers and map makers, it is both a work of art and a fascinating reference. The perfect gift for everyone who loves Oregon. Named one of the Best Books of 2001 by the Oregonian, Portland OR.

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