Imago Mundi No. 38
- Author: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography
- Publication place: King’s College London
- Publisher: Imago Mundi Ltd.
- Publication date: 1986.
- Physical description: Hardcover, bound in blue cloth, 134 pages.Articles include: ‘Indicators of unacknowledged assimilations from Amerindian maps on Euro-American maps of North America: Some general principles arising from a study of La Véerendrye’s composite map, 1728–29’, G. Malcolm Lewis; ‘Maps in colonial promotion: James Edward Oglethorpe’s use of maps in ‘selling’ the Georgia scheme’, Louis De Vorsey Jr.; ‘The rise of map use by elite newspapers in England, Canada and the United States’, Mark Monmonier; ‘Max Eckert’s ‘Kartenwissenschaft’ — The turning point in German cartography’, Wolfgang Scharfe; ‘Census of pre-sixteenth century portolan charts’, Tony Campbell.
- Inventory reference: 2018