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Aerials have a special place in my heart. They are unique to most everyone's view of the world, unless maybe you are a pilot.

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Property owners in Broken Arrow will have the opportunity to preview preliminary FEMA floodplain map revisions affecting Broken Arrow Creek an…

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Edmond attorney Andy Lester's world is surrounded by visions of the past. An avid historical map collector, he has covered the walls and hallways where he works with images of what long-ago cartographers understood of their world.

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To

track down the former site of

her great-great-great-grandfather's Silicon Valley fruit orchard, Pamela Storm turned

to a seemingly unlikely place:

the U.S. Geological Survey, repository of earthquake information galore.

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CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Iran claimed victory after it learned that National Geographic had revised its world atlas to highlight the name "Persian…

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This is one panel of the 1507 map by Martin Waldseemueller — the first to show the Americas as separate continents. It is to go on display Jul…

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A map corrections specialist is glad most of his cutting and pasting is now done on the computer.

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Anybody want to buy a 5-pound world atlas? In semi-mint

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