The Money Maps illustrate Gorg Huff's ideas about the spread of acceptance of the New US Dollar.
|Money in the world of 1632 Pink starts to leak New Update: 2005-03-15||Gorg Huff||2005-03-15|
|Money Mid 1633 The Pink is Spreading more New Update: 2005-03-15||Gorg Huff||2005-03-15|
|Money Mid 1634 Everywhere is Pink! New Update: 2005-03-15||Gorg Huff||2005-03-15|
|Grantville Economic Map (1633) Geographic locations of various economic activity around Grantville in 1633 New Update: 2012-03-28||Kerryn Offord||2012-03-28|
Dent's Run Mine
Some maps sent by Mark Huston. I think they are an adjunct to his story Twenty-Eight Men, but his email didn't say. He did say "The satellite photos were provided by Doug Jones, the map is from the WV state mining website, where they have a public archive of all closed mines. This is the mine that is the model for the coal mine in 1632 and is within the ROF."
|Dent's Run combo Did a little Photoshop, and we have a good view of the above ground layout relative to the below ground activity at the time the mine was closed. New Update: 2006-11-26||Mark Huston||2006-11-26|
|Dent's Run Final The satellite photos were provided by Doug Jones. New Update: 2006-11-26||Mark Huston||2006-11-26|
|Dent's Run map The map is from the WV state mining website, where they have a public archive of all closed mines. New Update: 2006-11-26||Mark Huston||2006-11-26|
Maps of the city of Mannington, West Virginia. Remember, "Grantville is not Mannington" but the geography of the two is strangely similar. And a very LARGE map of Europe.
|Map of Mannington, West Virginia Large format (440K)|
|Map of Mannington, West Virginia Small format (200K)|
|Large map of Europe ZIP archive of large format map of Europe, sliced into pages. Print them, some tape and presto, a loverly map, perfect for the myopic.|
|Mike Barthelemy's 1632 topographic maps Maps of Mannington, Thuringia (Saalfeld-Rudolstadt Landkreis) and Europe||Mike Barthelemy|
Links to other Maps
|Old Maps Online (http://www.oldmapsonline.org) A collection of 60k historic maps from the last century and a googlemapish interface. You can zoom in/out on the globe and pick a timerange with a slider. The sidebar on the right lists a selection of maps within the area you're viewing. Mousing over an item in the list will show a bounding box on the main map which will be helpful for people who don't read the language the original was titled in.|
|Maps of Europe 1633 (http://www.biel.ca/gville) A good source of maps showing Grantville, Thuringia, their relationship to each other, and Europe of the 1630s. Also of note is a virtual flyover of Grantville/Mannington.||John Biel|