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    Manasquan to Sandy Hook, NJ
    The Northern part of the Jersey shore, starting at historic Sandy Hook through the original early resort towns of the nineteenth century.
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    Seaside Heights to Point Pleasant, NJ
    The quintessential Jersey shore combination of small beach towns juxtaposed with long stretches of unspoiled state parks.
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    Long Beach Island, NJ, 2005
    The resort barrier island and the immediate mainland including the bays and wildlife preserves.
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    Atlantic City, Brigantine Area, NJ
    The main resort area and surrounding towns, contrasting the casino development with the adjacent land forms.
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    City to Ocean City, NJ
    A rarely-represented group of the towns and parklands of southern Jersey between the major resorts of Atlantic City and Cape May.
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    Cape May, Wildwood, NJ
    Representing the classic Victorian resort and adjacent family beach towns along with the Gold Coast towns to the north.
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    Rehoboth Beach to Sussex Shores, DE
    The northern half of the Delaware shore from the Ferry Landing at Lewes to the family resort of Bethany Beach.
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    Bethany Beach, DE to Ocean City, MD
    The southern half of the Delaware shore which finishes in the entertainment center across the Maryland state fine.
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    Long Beach Island, NJ circa 1900
    A unique compilation of historical research depicting the changing barrier island of 100 years ago, including vignettes of 'lost' structures. A companion piece for the 2005 LBI {Map #3} plan.
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    Riverhead to Shelter Island, NY
    A different take on the east end of Long Island. This map starts at the dividing point of the North and South Forks, representing both on the same map so the relationships of significant bodies of water and familiar landmasses can be better appreciated.
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    Shelter Island to Montauk, NY
    Representing a more unusual depiction of the well known eastern ends of Long Island. This map provides a view of the North and South Forks and their nearby islands together so the relationships of land and water are more readily apparent.
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    Jones Beach to Fire Island, NY
    Representing a stretch of one of New York's most popular ocean beaches, this map depicts the well know barrier island formations separated from the south shore of Long Island by the Great South Bay.
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    Fire Island to Moriches Inlet, NY
    This stretch of the popular barrier island, off the south shore of Long Island, is clearly placed in geographic context. Its attraction derives from the duality of proximity to populated towns yet remote due to the water-only access routes.
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    Barnegat Light, NJ
    The historic town, at the northern tip of Long Beach Island, with its iconic lighthouse overseeing challenging Barnegat Inlet, a network of impressive sand dunes fronting the Atlantic Ocean running south from the stone jetty and a harbor facing Barnegat Bay to the west. The bay front area is anchored by an active fishing industry centered on ancient Viking Village. Scattered around throughout the streets are a cluster of storm-defying 19th century Victorian homes and public buildings as well as a Community Garden.
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    Beach Haven, NJ
    Home to the largest group of existing 19th century Victorian buildings, the Queen City located in the southern portion of Long Beach Island, developed around this historic core. Once-grand hotels along the beach front serviced by railroad and ferry terminals gave access to a vibrant seaside family resort. Today, the Island’s main spine, Bay Avenue, passes through the bustling commercial downtown, including Bay Village and Schooner’s Wharf, on its way to the nature preserve at the southern tip.
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    Shark Attack Map
    "Summer of Blood-1916"—The real story behind Jaws. Imagine yourself 100 years ago-a broiling hot July, trains delivering urbanites to the beach every 4 minutes from polio-infected cities, German u-boats in the waters signaling the imminent US entry into World War I, New Jersey’s own President Wilson locating his "summer White House" and the world’s press corps to Sea Girt. Just as a desperate population hoped for the soothing respite of a seashore holiday, a Killer Shark strikes! For the first and only time in recorded history, sharks attacked and killed swimmers in New Jersey waters. During 12 days, 5 people from Beach Haven to Matawan were mauled and the whole world’s attention was riveted on the Jersey Shore. This map details and commemorates these all-but-forgotten events that inspired a famous writer and a cinematic legend as we approach its centennial.
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    Florida Keys — Upper Keys
    The first of 3 maps of the idyllic island chain that marks the southernmost part of the US. Beginning at the end of the Florida mainland with Key Largo at the lower part of Biscayne Bay, this map follows the Overseas Highway (US 1) as it passes through beautiful wildlife refuges and national parks and reaches as far as the residential enclaves of Tavernier.
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    Florida Keys — Middle Keys
    The second of 3 maps focuses on the very linear stretch of the island chain. Linked by the Overseas Highway (US 1), these smallish keys illustrate the residential settlements from Tavernier to Islamorada, Matecumbe to Marathon. To the north of these, the vast watery canvas dotted with a smattering of isles, provides a real feeling of the maritime backdrop which gives this area its unique sensory appeal.
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    Florida Keys — Lower Keys
    The third of 3 maps provides a view of the most recognizable of the area’s sites. Beginning with the 7-Mile-Bridge which touches the familiar wildlife refuge of Bahia Honda, passing through the larger developments in Big Pine and Cudjoe Keys, and ending at the iconic destination Key West. This map is most representative of images associated with the Florida Keys. Far off the mainland, between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, these southernmost points of land offer a true glimpse of the American paradise.
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    Martha's Vineyard, MA
    Nestled just south of the foot of Cape Cod, this iconic New England island is quite accessible yet totally removed from mainland concerns.   Generations of locals and A-listers have mingled and shared its low-key pleasures and maritime vibe.
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    Nantucket Island, MA
    Sited a bit further out from its sister island, this historic sea-faring home base has launched countless ships from long ago whalers to current high-tech yachts and sport crafts.  Like Martha’s Vineyard, it offers idyllic getaway qualities that are easily accessed from the not-too-distant New England mainland.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Havre de Grace to Middle River
    This first map represents the northernmost section of the Chesapeake Bay, including the towns of Havre de Grace, Aberdeen and Essex, describing how the Interstate 95 and the railroads cross the water and peel away from the shore to the west.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Middle River to Sandy Point
    This second map represents the next most northerly portion and begins to show the size of this great, sand-bottomed bay which is bordered by the Baltimore metropolis and includes the classic towns of Chestertown and Rock Hall.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Sandy Point to Herring Bay
    This third map, in the heart of the Maryland portion, includes the boating capital of Annapolis, the William P. Lane Memorial Bridges connecting Kent Island and Stevensville as well as the eastern shore points of St. Michaels and Easton. descriptions below.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Herring Bay to Taylors Island
    This fourth map represents the middle of the Maryland portion of the Bay where it intersects the mouth of the Choptank River. It includes a string of classic shore towns on the western portion from North Beach through Chesapeake Beach and Dales to Long Beach, as well as the historic waterfront towns of Cambridge and Oxford on the eastern shore.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Taylors Island to Bloodsworth Island
    The fifth map contrasts the well built-up portions along the western shore along the banks of the Patuxent River, from Cove Point to Lexington Park, with the natural eastern shore preserves of the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge and other smaller adjacent wetland areas.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Bloodsworth Island to Smith Point
    The sixth map, arriving at the Maryland-Virginia state line, displays the great Bay at one of its widest points of over 20 miles. Accordingly, this particular map is characterized by numerous small islands, as well as larger ones such as Deal Island, and many lighthouses along with the quaint historic town of Crisfield on the eastern shore.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Smith Point to Windmill Point
    The seventh map represents the most northerly part of the great Bay in Virginia. This map comprises significant areas of water including Pocomoke Sound and the Wicomico and Rappahannock Rivers, embracing the nature sanctuary of Tangier Island. Classic Chesapeake towns such as Kilmarnock and Irvington, Whitesville and Onancock dot the sparse landscape on both the eastern and western shorelines.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Windmill Point to Wolf Trap
    The eighth map displays an equally broad section of the Chesapeake Bay. Vast expanses of water, including the Piankatank River and Mobjack Bay surround pristine "necks" of land jutting into Hog Island and Cobb Bays, representing ideal conditions for boaters, hunters and nature lovers of every stripe who can still cherish this relatively undisturbed seacoast landscape.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Wolf Trap to Fishermans Island
    The ninth map starts to reach the southernmost parts of the Bay where significant water features begin to mix with built development. The eastern shore remains more pristine with major marshes and island groups, culminating with Cape Charles and Fishermans Island. The western shore, divided by Mobjack Bay and the York River, is dotted with towns and hamlets such as Poquoson, as it approaches the major port terminus around Hampton Roads and Norfolk.
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    Chesapeake Bay - Fishermans Island to Virginia Beach
    The tenth and final map is the southernmost of the Chesapeake Bay and is rich in well-known icons of both the east coast area and American history. The mouth of the James River opens to Hampton Roads and is but a short distance from Jamestown and Williamsburg. Classic Virginia seaside destinations such as Hampton, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Newport News and Virginia Beach all cluster around the great port which provides access to the Atlantic Ocean. Major points of interest include the 18 mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, Old Point Comfort Fort and Old Cape Henry Lighthouse.
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    Long Beach Island, Circa 1900
    A unique compilation of historical research depicting the changing barrier island of 100 years ago, including vignettes of “lost” structures. A companion piece for the 2005 LBI (Map #3) plan.
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    South Carolina Sea Islands—Daufuskie Island to Fripp Island
    The first of four maps of the entire South Carolina coast begins at Tybee Island at the Georgia state border and encompasses the natural beauty of Daufuskie, Hunting and Fripp Islands, as well as the developed resorts of Hilton Head, St. Helena and Port Royal, and includes the historic towns of Beaufort and Bluffton anchoring the Low Country mainland, as well as the important waterways of the Broad and Coosaw Rivers and Port Royal Sound.
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    South Carolina Sea Islands—Edisto Island to Isle of Palms
    The second map begins with historic Edisto Island and proceeds past Kiawah, St. Johns, St. James and Seabrook Islands ending at the beautiful Isle of Palms. Midway along this stretch of coast is iconic Charleston Harbor fed by the Ashley, Cooper and Wando Rivers, framing the venerable town and all its historic features including the Battery, Lighthouse, and Fort Sumter, site of the first shots fired of the Civil War. Upland, there is the broad greenspace of the Ace Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve and a network of railroad lines delineating an earlier important mode of travel to this central location.
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    South Carolina Sea Islands—Capers Island to Cat Island
    The third map picks up at the tip of Isle of Palms and extends north across Bulls Bay as far as Georgetown on picturesque Winyah Bay. Here is represented the truly bucolic, unspoiled natural settings of these islands, including broad watersheds, historic plantation sites and long uninterrupted beaches, all set against the backdrop of Wildlife Refuges and extensive Francis Marion (The Swamp Fox) National Forest.
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    A General Plan of South Carolina—The Grand Strand—Pawleys Island to Myrtle Beach
    The final map that completes the entire coastline from Winyah Bay to the North Carolina border. Centered on the family-and-golf resort, Myrtle Beach, in the middle of the 30+ mile stretch of sand known as the Grand Strand. The map also highlights Murrells Inlet, a cozy group of inland islets and showcases numerous seaside towns as well as larger cities such as Conway and Georgetown and the Lewis Ocean Bay Heritage Preserve.
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    A General Plan of Edisto Island to Charleston, Late 19th Century South Carolina
    This historical companion map to the contemporary Edisto Island to Isle of Palms, Map #32, represents the same area in a simpler and more bucolic time and illustrates the changing Lowcountry landforms over the past 100+ years. It focuses on historic Charleston with its iconic surrounding forts (Sumter, Moultrie, Ripley, Johnson, Castle Pinckney), harbor and outposts and more rural Edisto Island with its many stately plantation houses and houses of worship (individual vignette drawings of some of these border the map). They are all related to the same familiar shoreline and waterways with individual houses and taverns highlighted along with the prominent railroad connections and post roads.
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