Saturday, April 17, 2010

Lost States on Wall Street

Lost States author, Michael Trinklein, has been getting some great press lately, including reviews in newspapers and on interviews on National Public Radio.

Today, the Wall Street Journal, offers a two page feature spread. The WSJ Online includes an interactive map:



Read more about Trinklein's book at the Lost States Blog

Lost States, previously on Cartophilia:

Lost States Revisited

Lost States

UPDATE 4/20:As has been noted by many, the WSJ blew it on their map and made Michigan's Upper Peninsula part of the Canada... The map has been corrected... sort of. Now they have misdrawn the proposed State of Superior, to leave out Northern Wisconsin.

See: Lost States Blog

See: State of Superior

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2 Comments:

At Sunday, April 18, 2010 , Blogger Andrew said...

Interesting that according to WSJ, northern Michigan is part of Canada.

 
At Monday, April 19, 2010 , Blogger Cartophiliac said...

Would not be surprised to learn the graphic artist has never left Manhattan...

 

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