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    The "Historical Atlas of Maine" is 208 pages that cover a broad variety of topics.

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    This map details the most fully developed mercantile triangle in Maine in the early 19th-century.

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    The atlas pulls together the research and writings of more than 30 people.

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    Settling the Upper Saint John details settlement of the Saint John River Valley from the late 1700s to the mid-1800s. The two-page map shows specific developments along the river from Fort Kent to past Madawaska in the 1830s and 40s.

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    The book features historical maps. A co-editor, Stephen Hornsby, will give a talk Dec. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education in Portland.

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    The "Historical Atlas of Maine" is priced at $65 until the end of the year, when the price will go up to $75.

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    Cottages on the coast are the focus of these pages, which show how each map is tailored for a specific topic.

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    Burton Hatlen was a self-described "public academic" who proposed creating a comprehensive historical atlas of Maine.

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    Richard W. Judd, a University of Maine professor who is one of the editors of the atlas. He and co-editor Stephen J. Hornsby worked on the book for more than a decade.

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    Stephen J. Hornsby is one of the University of Maine professors who edited the atlas.

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