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Rare maps, atlases available online

10:00 AM, Jun. 7, 2013
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Wisconsin residents now can see a wide range of cartographic evidence about their past by accessing the Internet. With support from the Caxambas Foundation of Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Historical Society has mounted more than 3,000 digital versions of rare maps and atlases on the Society's website, including Marshfield-area materials.

The online map collection is only a small part of the society's vast collection of some 25,000 maps. In 2009 the Caxambas Foundation made the first of several gifts to support the cataloging, preservation and digitization of the society's maps.

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