British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon Territory Theme - Published 1978

Published in April 1978 as half of a two-map set showcasing Canada's western provinces, the "British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon Territory: Beauty to Flaunt and Bounty to Grown On" map provides a remarkable amount of information about the history and unique sites which make the region a popular tourist destination. Together, the two maps accompanied the article "Yukon Fever: Call of the North."

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Published in April 1978 as half of a two-map set showcasing Canada's western provinces, the "British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon Territory: Beauty to Flaunt and Bounty to Grown On" map provides a remarkable amount of information about the history and unique sites which make the region a popular tourist destination. Together, the two maps accompanied the article "Yukon Fever: Call of the North."This high-definition map by National Geographic displays sharp, vivid images with a high degree of colour accuracy. The map looks more like a poster that contains abundant details on British Columbia, Alberta and Yukon Territory.

This is an informative and interesting map can be ordered online at MapTrove store in paper, matte plastic and lamination. One can buy it for historical reference, use it for home and office decor.

Regions shown on the map

British Columbia:British Columbia is the westernmost province of Canada that was originally politically constituted as a pair of British colonies, British Columbia joined the Canadian Confederation on July 20, 1871. As per research and ancient studies, establishment of human history dates back to nearly thousands of years.

Alberta:The province of Alberta has a history and prehistory stretching back thousands of years. History in this land began with the arrival of Europeans. With time, Alberta has urbanised and its economic base has expanded considerably.

Yukon Territory: The history of Yukon when it comes to the human habitation dates back to the Ice Age, and the original inhabitants are believed to have arrived over 20,000 years ago with migration over the land bridge from Asia.

About Publisher:National Geographic

The British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon Territory map is published by National Geographic. The company founded in 1915 as the Map Department of the National Geographic Society is responsible for illustrating the world around through the art and science of map-making. Their expert team headquartered in Washington, DC and Evergreen works with a team of cartographers, editors, producers, and salespeople.

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SKU ngmaps-POD19780402-1
Size 22.75 x 27 in
Publisher Name National Geographic
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