Monthly Archives: December 2014

Election Atlas for political junkies

Blogger Dave Leip created this colorful elections atlas with Presidential election information going back to 1789.  According to the website: “Dave Leip’s Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections was started as a paper hobby after the 1992 Presidential Election. I was 22 and … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, History, News

The Capitol Stacks!

Haven’t heard of the Capitol Stacks? It is the State Library of Arizona’s regular newsletter featuring articles on government information, genealogy, and business and educational resources. To read the current issue, click on the image above. To receive future issues, … Continue reading

Posted in Collections, Events, Information, News

Historic political maps

Ever wonder what Congressional districts looked like in Missouri in 1950?  This page links to a database that has all of the Congressional boundary lines from the First Congress all the way to the present day.   Each link directs … Continue reading

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