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Identifying Features: 150 Years of Illustrations, Maps, Graphs and Charts from Government Documents

"The illustrations, maps, and graphs published in government documents identify significant features of the nation’s geographical, political, biological, cultural, and human landscapes. This exhibition highlights the breadth of resources published in government documents over the past 140 years, from finely detailed illustrations of copper-bearing rocks, to documentary photographs of bird wings, to graphs describing crime statistics."

Gould Library, Carleton College
One North College Street, Northfield, MN

September 21 - December 15, 2007
4th Floor