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Charles Booth's Descriptive Map of London Poverty 1889

Sheet map, rolled
by Booth, Charles
Set of four loose sheets of inner London (each measuring 52x63cm), colour-coding each street according to the relative wealth of its inhabitants in the 1880s. A fascinating look at what London life was like in this defining era.
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Thomas Milne's Land Use Map of London & Environs in 1800

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A reproduction of Thomas Milne's 1800 land use map of London and environs. Shows London and the surrounding area: North to Finchley Common, east to Greenwich, South to Streatham, west to Richmond. Milne's map was one of the first to make use of a precisely-surveyed triangulation system and one of the first land use maps to use symbols rather than crude and often unexplained illustrations. It is also interes...
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