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Celebrating the Portuguese Communities in America: A Cartographic Perspective (Exhibit Guide).

February 23, 1999 - May 8, 1999

Although numerous countries and individuals were involved in the exploration and mapping of the Americas, it was the Portuguese who set the stage during the fifteenth century for the ensuing discoveries in the New World. Portuguese-born and sponsored explorers played a significant role, especially in charting a route around the southern tip of South America; in exploring and exploiting the waters bordering the northeast coast of North America; and in exploring the Pacific Coast of North America.

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Publication Date

2-1999

Publisher

Osher Map Library - University of Southern Maine

City

Portland, Maine

Keywords

Cartography, Exploration, Nautical Charts, Portuguese Immigrants, New England, Maine Place Names

Disciplines

Cultural History | Geography | History | Other Geography | Other History | United States History

Celebrating the Portuguese Communities in America: A Cartographic Perspective (Exhibit Guide)


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