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Alaska is the biggest state in the union, but most of us never realize exactly HOW big it is, since it never is shown at its true size on any of the other USA maps! Here for the first time is a USA Equal Area Map showing Alaska at is really is. Do you know how many times the smallest state of Rhode Island could fit into Alaska? Find out from the back of this new proportional map. What other distortions does this map correct? Well, for one...all the other USA maps omit the island of Puerto Rico, where 4 million USA citizens reside. Great for drilling on states and capitals. Copyright-free outline map on the reverse. Thought-provoking supplemental web-based questions and answers. Great for the classroom, for home-schoolers, for the office, or for the dinner table.

See the USA in true size! True proportion!
Desktop Map: 13.5 '' X 22 ''
Great for drilling on states and capitals. Copyright-free outline map on the reverse. Thought-provoking supplemental web-based questions and answers. Great for the classroom, for home-schoolers, for the office, or for the dinner table.

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Equal Area Map of the United States  

WHAT MAKES THIS USA MAP UNIQUE?

Do you know of any map where Alaska is shown at its true size? (It's bigger than Texas).

Have you ever seen Puerto Rico on a USA map? (Our map includes the 4 million US citizens that live in Puerto Rico)

Is the USA map you have now an equal area map? This one is!

This 22 wide desk map is printed in color on one side, with a copyright-free black and white outline map on the reverse. The reverse side also features a series of questions to pique student's interest in, and encourage their learning from the map. We also offer a dedicated web page with an extensive explanation of how and why the map was developed; lesson plans, questions for different grade levels with suggested answers, and commentary by noted cartographic reviewer, Denis Wood.


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