New Hampshire Atlas
Vermont Atlas

New Hampshire Atlas

The New Hampshire atlas was published in March of 2004 by the Geography Department at Keene State College. This atlas is geared to enhance the teaching unit on New Hampshire in fourth grade, but might be used for other grades as well. It has 28 pages, including the front and back cover, and has 21 pages of color maps. There are several different types of maps including topics such as basic location, physical features, culture, and historical information. The atlas also includes a section of New Hampshire facts, a section of statistical information of the counties and towns, and a few color photographs of various locations around the state.

To request a copy of the atlas, write to Dr. Klaus Bayr, Dept. of Geography, Keene State College, 229 Main Street, Keene, NH 03431-2001 or contact Klaus Bayr at 603-358-2507 or kbayr@keene.edu. The cost is $7 each, which includes shipping and handling. Checks should be made out to Keene State College, with 'NH Atlas' in the memo line.

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Table of Contents

New Hampshire Facts            Inside Front Cover
Location of New Hampshire          3
Counties of New Hampshire          4
Landform Regions          5
Precipitation          6
Watersheds          7
Native Americans          8
First Towns and Counties          9
Early Settlements          10
Early Trade          11
Railroads          12
Major Highways          13
Agriculture          14
Tourism Regions          15
State Parks and Forest          16
Population 1790          17
Population 1850 and 1910          18
Population 1970 and 2000          19
Diversity 2000          20
US Diversity 2000          21
Town and County Facts          22
Town and County Map          Inside Back Cover

Vermont Atlas

The Vermont Atlas was published in June of 2005 by the Geography Department at Keene State College. This atlas is geared to enhance the teaching unit on Vermont in fourth grade, but might be used for other grades as well. It has 28 pages, including the front and back cover, and 21 pages of color maps. There are several different types of maps, including topics such as basic location, physical features, culture, and historical information. The atlas also includes a section of Vermont facts, a section of statistical information of the counties and towns, and a few color photographs of various locations around the state.

To request a copy of the atlas, write to Dr. Klaus Bayr, Dept. of Geography, Keene State College, 229 Main Street, Keene, NH 03431-2001 or contact Klaus Bayr at 603-358-2507 or kbayr@keene.edu. The cost is $7 each, which includes shipping and handling. Checks should be made out to Keene State College, with 'VT Atlas' in the memo line.

Download Sample Pages:
Page 6 Precipitation
Page 9 VT first Counties and Towns
Page 17 Population 1790

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Table of Contents

Vermont Facts            Inside Front Cover
Location of Vermont          3
Counties of Vermont          4
Landform Regions          5
Precipitation          6
Watersheds          7
Native Americans          8
First Towns and Counties          9
Early Settlements          10
Early Trade          11
Railroads          12
Major Highways          13
Agriculture          14
Tourism Regions          15
State Parks and Forest          16
Population 1790          17
Population 1850 and 1910          18
Population 1970 and 2000          19
Diversity 2000          20
US Diversity 2000          21
Town and County Facts          22
Town and County Map          Inside Back Cover




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New Hampshire Geographic Alliance
Keene State College
229 Main Street, MailStop 2001
Keene, NH 03435-2001
1-603-358-2512