A History of The Bahamas Through Maps by Todd T. Turrell tells the fascinating story of The Bahamas using beautiful modern and antique maps as the backdrop. This limited edition, hardcover book is 140 pages and features underwater and aerial photographs to help describe the 20 major islands which make
A great gift for the Florida Keys enthusiast! Our entire Florida Keys map collection (16 maps in total) as a 11″ x 17″ booklet. Starting with the Dry Tortugas and Marquesas, through the lower and middle Keys, and ending in Everglades, this 19 page booklet is spiral bound with a
A great reference for Bahamian travelers and map collectors. Our entire Bahamas map collection as a 11″ x 17″ booklet – 22 maps in total. Spiral bound, with protective clear cover. Makes an excellent gift! Also check out our newly released Florida Keys Map Kit!
A great reference for Caribbean travelers and map collectors. Our entire Caribbean map collection as a 11″ x 17″ booklet – 23 maps in total. Spiral bound, with protective clear cover. Makes an excellent gift!
Naples Waterfront, Changes in Time tells of the incredible coastal transformation of the Naples area. Included in this beautiful, limited edition coffee table book are rare antique maps, tales of local history, and many stories of fishing, construction, and bootlegging from times past! Clear overlay pages show today’s communities against
The Florida Keys–A History Through Maps covers the creation of the Keys Archipelago chain, the Native American Indians who once ruled them, the Spanish who “discovered” them, the pioneers who farmed them, and, eventually, the railroad men and developers who sculpted the land, connecting the many individual islands with causeways