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I am a cartographer by profession, or at least a biologist masquerading as one. I work for the National Imagery and Mapping Agency , so I guess I should have a few maps. Actually, I have lots of ideas for maps, but haven't gotten around to implementing any of them.

Johns-Morgan Migration
contributed by Alan Morgan

Formation of the 48 Contiguous States
by Ed Stephan
I really love this one. It is one of the neatest maps I've seen.

John Robertson's
Great Genealogical Map Page
Lots of neat map ideas for genealogists


Hamrick Software
Surname distributions. Go the link
to get such a map of your own favorite surname.
The name does have to have a certain minimum frequency to be included.

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