Table of contents for Putting America on the map : the story of the most important graphic document in the history of the United States / Seymour I. Schwartz.

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Table of Contents
Foreword
Preface
 
Introduction
Chapter 1 Genesis: The Place and Participants
Chapter 2 Background and Bases
Chapter 3 The Narrative and Its Nuances
Chapter 4 Credit and Credibility
Chapter 5 Disappearance and Discovery
Chapter 6 The Map and Its Mates
Chapter 7 Commerce and Controversies
Chapter 8 Nudging and Negotiations
Chapter 9 Residence and Reverence
Essence and Epilogue
 
 Appendices I and II
Illustrations
Endnotes
 Bibliography
Acknowledgment

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

America -- Name.
Waldseemáeuller, Martin, 1470-1521?.
America -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
America -- Historical geography.
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Maps.
World maps -- History.
Cartography -- History.