Hartdale Maps, Margot Carpenter
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Hurricane Sandy map
Klamath Basin map
Maine in Gettysburg
Hartdale Maps Logo, please do not copy
Map for All Standing, by Kathryn Miles
Belfast Creative Coalition Farms and Arts map
Belfast Historical Society Walking Tour
Contra Dancing in Belfast Maine
Map of Eastholm
Fox Islands for the Vinalhaven Chamber of Commerce
Part of map series for Globe Pequot Press' Best Hikes Near Boston
Harriet's escape for Linda Nelson's CD
Map of Liberia for the Liberian Education Fund
Northern Appalachians for Belfast Naturally
Sherman's March for University of North Carolina Press
Belfast Bicycling for brochure
"... the representation of relief is the foundation for all the remaining contents of the map." -Eduard Imhof
SUPERSTORM: NINE DAYS INSIDE HURRICANE SANDY
By Kathryn Miles
To meet the publisher's goal of restraint for this book's endpaper and inset maps, I significantly prioritized NOAA's in-depth data. For the endpaper map, I layered satellite imagery over simple continental boundary lines to highlight the impending confrontation between Hurricane Sandy and the cold front. The surface pressure lines give it context and subtly detail the storm's story.
REMEMBERING THE MODOC WAR: REDEMPTIVE VIOLENCE AND THE MAKING OF AMERICAN INNOCENCE
By Boyd Cothran
The 3 maps for this book focus on the territory of the Modoc people, the extent of the Klamath Basin and the dramatic differences in that landscape resulting from the United States Bureau of Reclamation's 1906 Klamath Project which drained about 225,000 acres of wetland and severely impacted the Modoc people's native lands.
TURNING THE TIDE AT GETTYSBURG:
HOW MAINE SAVED THE UNION
By Jerry Desmond
The 17-map series I created for this book illustrates troop positions in many of the Gettysburg battles. Maps from the Civil War era convey a clarity in battle positions and landscape. To evoke that style, I borrowed historic color schemes and created custom digital patterns. Other details were digitized from John B. Bachelder's 1876 Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg.
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Hartdale Maps creates maps for book and magazine publishers, recreation and tourism groups, conservation organizations and individuals. By combining modern GIS data and carefully researched historical data, Hartdale Maps creates unique databases to visually describe each project.
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14A Market Street,
Belfast, Maine 04915
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Margot Carpenter, Cartographer
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