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[1]James R. Akerman, "From Books with Maps to Books as Maps: The Editor in the Creation of the Atlas Idea," Editing Early and Historical Atlases: Papers Given at the Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, ed. Joan Winearls (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995) pp. 3-48.

[2]Mary Pedley, ed., The Map Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: Letters to the London Map Sellers Jefferys and Faden (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), 10.

[3]David Woodward, "The Techniques of Atlas Making,"The Map Collector 18 (1982): 2.

[4]Woodward, "The Techniques of Atlas Making,"4. See also James R. Akerman, "From Books with Maps to Books as Maps: The Editor in the Creation of the Atlas Idea,"in Editing Early and Historical Atlases, ed. Joan Winearls (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995), 7.

[5]Jeanette Black, The Blathwayt Atlas, 2 Vols. (Providence, RI: Brown University Press, 1970-1975).

[6]Peter Van der Krogt, "Amsterdam Atlas Production in the 1630s: A Bibliographer's Nightmare,"Imago Mundi 48  (1996): 154.

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