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    Re: Lewis and Clark, and River Navigation
    From: Fred Hebard
    Date: 2003 Dec 4, 00:06 -0500

    George,
    
    I must say I agree with you enthusiastically, except perhaps for the
    cost of detailed maps over the entire course of the Missouri River.
    But those would be a delight were the cost not of huge concern.
    
    A typical topographic map has great detail, much more than can be
    depicted on one computer screen.  Being able to look around all that
    real estate at one time cannot be matched by any other medium, in my
    opinion.
    
    Fred
    
    On Dec 3, 2003, at 6:45 PM, George Huxtable wrote:
    
    > Thanks to list members for useful pointers to web mapping. However,
    > I'm one
    > of those old-fashioned souls who greatly enjoys reading a well-printed
    > map
    > on a nice big fold-up sheet of paper. It's nearly as good as actually
    > being
    > there. I wonder how many others feel the same way.
    
    
    

       
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