Patton, Jeffrey

UNCG

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North Carolina's first railroads, a study in historical geography 2008 6781 Part One of this study is a historical narrative that addresses the political, economic, and technological factors associated with the building of the first railroads in North Carolina, and their relationship to the railroad in Virginia. Both the Ral...
The cartography of hopes and dreams: the nineteenth-century bird's eye maps of the midwest and prairie states 2010 3318 Over 5,000 bird's eye views of nineteenth-century North American cities and towns completed between 1820 and 1920. These maps provide an important documentation of the American landscape but have long been overlooked by the cartographic community. Ad...
Defining the Map: Utilizing Classical Categorization and Prototype Theory 2017 50 Psychologists in the 1960s and 70s postulated the concept of prototypes as fundamental to an individual’s ability to organize and categorize information. Cartographers in the 1990s attempted to determine what constitutes the map prototype and what gr...