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|Dominic Fontana||Dr. Fontana is a Senior lecturer in GIS with interests in Data Management, Maritime and Inter-tidal Archaeology, Photogrammetry, and Surveying in the University of Portsmouth, Department of Geography. This page is the product of his interest and enthusiasm in these maps, and is intended to be part of a larger comparitive study of old county maps.|
|Julia Sienkewicz||Ms. Sienkewicz is an undergraduate student at Mt. Holyoke College in the United States. She spent two months as a guest student at the University of Portsmouth in the summer of 2000, and worked to create this web-site under the guidance of Dominic Fontana.|