From Gordon to Google: four centuries of mapping Aberdeen

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Talk by Chris Fleet, at the British Science Festival, 5 September 2012 in the session "Mapping Scotland"

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From Gordon to Google: four centuries of mapping Aberdeen

  1. 1. Four centuries of mapping Aberdeen: from Gordon to Google Chris Fleet, Senior Map Curator, National Library of Scotland
  2. 2. “Gough map”, ca. 1360
  3. 3. Forlani, ca. 1561
  4. 4. Gordon, 1661
  5. 5. Gordon, 1661
  6. 6. Gordon, 1661
  7. 7. Slezer, 1693
  8. 8. Roy, 1747-52
  9. 9. Board ofOrdnance, 1746
  10. 10. Paterson, 1746
  11. 11. Milne, 1789
  12. 12. Harding, 1804
  13. 13. Smith, 1810
  14. 14. Smith, 1810
  15. 15. Telford, 1828
  16. 16. Wood, 1828
  17. 17. Wood, 1828
  18. 18. Ordnance Survey, 1867
  19. 19. Ordnance Survey, 1867
  20. 20. Ordnance Survey, 1866-7
  21. 21. Ordnance Survey, 1866-7
  22. 22. Ordnance Survey, 1866-7
  23. 23. Beattie & Son, 1878
  24. 24. Gibb, 1888
  25. 25. Ordnance Survey, 1899
  26. 26. Bartholomew, 1912
  27. 27. Aberdeen & District Joint Town Planning Scheme, 1933
  28. 28. Bartholomew, 1934
  29. 29. Ordnance Survey, 1944
  30. 30. Ordnance Survey, 1944
  31. 31. Google, 2012

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