Omaha World-Herald reviews 'Atlas of Nebraska'

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Atlas of Nebraska book cover
Fri, 01/05/2018 - 13:42

"Atlas of Nebraska," published by University of Nebraska Press, was recently reviewed in the Omaha World-Herald:

“Want to know where earthquakes have rattled Nebraska since statehood? There’s a map for that.
“How about the paths of tornadoes across the state? The origins of foreign-born Nebraskans? Areas state-designated as short of physicians, dentists and pharmacists? Or how horses have migrated from rural to urban areas? There are maps for all that.
“In fact, the atlas — the first of Nebraska published in more than three decades — chronicles the history of the state with more than 300 original, detailed and full-color maps accompanied by explanatory text.”

The book was written by J. Clark Archer, Richard Edwards, Leslie M. Howard, Fred M. Shelley, Donald A. Wilhite, and David J. Wishart. It was published October 2017.