This beautiful map of the Caribbean includes Central America, the West Indies, and Mexico, with inset maps of Guantanamo Bay, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Panama Canal. Published in February 1922, this map appeared in an issue entirely devoted to Middle America. It features: boundaries of countries, states, and provinces; steamship routes and details about them; U.S. Consular offices and agencies; cities, towns, and capitals down to the provincial level; highways and railroads; land elevation and ocean depth. This version is laminatedfeaturing a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.
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44" x 25"
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