The Geographic Revolution in Early America, a lecture by Martin Brückner

By Emily Fri, October 20, 2006
On October 22 at 2:00 p.m., the Rare Book Department will host a special program coinciding with the current exhibition, "Unimaginable Coasts: European Exploration and the Conquest of the Americas." Martin Brückner, Associate Professor of English at the University of Delaware, will present a special lecture entitled "The Geographic Revolution in Early America" with the help of rare maps from the Elkins Americana Collection about the rise in geographic literacy in the colonial and post-independence periods. Pre-registration is required! Call the Rare Book Department at 215-686-5416.

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