on october 18th, 1867, the united states purchased alaska from the russian empire for $7.2 million #travel #wherever [wherever]: an out of place journal is a print magazine of travel culture, travel literature, and travel politics. www.wherevermag.com

on october 18th, 1867, the united states purchased alaska from the russian empire for $7.2 million #travel #wherever [wherever]: an out of place journal is a print magazine of travel culture, travel literature, and travel politics. www.wherevermag.com

The World, 43 A.D. I guess at the outer edges you just sailed off into empty space?

The World, 43 A.D. I guess at the outer edges you just sailed off into empty space?

Map of Jerusalem When Jesus | Prepare To Meet The Lord: International Temple Mount Awareness Day ...

Map of Jerusalem When Jesus | Prepare To Meet The Lord: International Temple Mount Awareness Day ...

The PIRI REIS Map of Antarctica. Does this old map prove a polar shift? The continent is shown without ice. How would anyone have known the shape of the land, yet it is accurate. Big mystery here.

Piri Reis Map

The PIRI REIS Map of Antarctica. Does this old map prove a polar shift? The continent is shown without ice. How would anyone have known the shape of the land, yet it is accurate. Big mystery here.

A New & Accurate Map of the Kingdoms of Italy & Sicily

A New & Accurate Map of the Kingdoms of Italy & Sicily

"The Great Game" was a term for the strategic rivalry & conflict betw the British and Russian empires for supremacy in Central Asia.[1] The classic Great Game period is generally regarded from the Russo-Persian Treaty of 1813 to the Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907.  The term "The Great Game" is attributed to Arthur Conolly (1807–1842), an intelligence officer of the BritEast India Company's Sixth Bengal Light Cavalry.[4] British novelist Rudyard Kipling used it in "Kim." (1901)[5]

"The Great Game" was a term for the strategic rivalry & conflict betw the British and Russian empires for supremacy in Central Asia.[1] The classic Great Game period is generally regarded from the Russo-Persian Treaty of 1813 to the Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907. The term "The Great Game" is attributed to Arthur Conolly (1807–1842), an intelligence officer of the BritEast India Company's Sixth Bengal Light Cavalry.[4] British novelist Rudyard Kipling used it in "Kim." (1901)[5]

Vintage Atlas Map Coasters - #Alaska Set of 4 via Etsy

Vintage Atlas Map Coasters - Alaska Set of 4

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