Featured Maps! Theme for the Week- Korea

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Theme for the week: Korea

October 30- November 3rd, 2017

Korea in the News. Come on over to Shields Library to view these maps showing North and South Korea’s population size, economic activity, land utilization, and places of interests. The Map Collection room is located on the lower level of the library.

Maps

Title: Map of Korea

by Oegungmun Ch’ulp’ansa (1976)

Call Number: MAP G7900 1976 .F6

Title: Map ‘n’ photos, Korea

by Friendship Press, inc. (1984)

Call Number: MAP G7900 1984 .F7

Title: Republic of Korea

by Chungang Chido Munhwasa (1990)

Call Number: MAP G79001990.C4

Title: Korea and vicinity

by Kungnip Chiriwŏn (1997)

Call Number: MAP G7900 1997 .K8

Title: The two Koreas ; The forgotten war, three long years in Korea

by National Geographic Maps, Allen Carroll, Sally Suominen-Summerall, John A. Bonner, Korea (South). Kukpangbu, Chŏnja Samsŏng. (2003)

Call Number: MAP G7900 2003 .N2

Title: Korean Peninsula

by United States. Central Intelligence Agency (2011)

Call Number: MAP G7900 2011 .U5

Also available online https://www.loc.gov/item/2011591500/

Title: Tourist map of Korean railroad

by Korea (South). Ch’ŏltoch’ŏng (1970)

Call Number: MAP G7901.P3 1970 .K6

Title: North Korea

by United States. Central Intelligence Agency (1972)

Call Number: MAP G7903.N6 1972 .U72

Title: Tourist map of Seoul

by Korea National Tourism Corporation (1989)

Call Number: MAP G7904.S47E635 1989 .K6

Title: International travel maps, Seoul, South Korea, scale 1:15,000

by ITMB Publishing Ltd. and International Travel Maps (2002)

Call Number: MAP G7904.S47E635 2002 .I8

Title: International Travel Maps. North Korea, scale 1:750,000

by Viet Hoa Pham, Xuan Hung Dinh, International Travel Maps, and ITMB Publishing Ltd. (2007)

Call Number: MAP G7906.E635 2007 .P45

 

Map Collection: Location and Hours

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Contact the Special Collections Department for map related questions by email at speccoll@ucdavis.edu or by phone at 530-752-1621.

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