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2012 in Maps

January 3, 2013


2012 was certainly eventful.  How did maps help us visualize important events throughout the year?  DaVinci Business Graphics takes a look.    2012 came and went so quickly.  In the US, we navigated our way through an election, a destructive hurricane, and the looming Mayan apocalypse.  One of the biggest map stories of the year […]

Tracking States’ Votes Throughout History

November 6, 2012


Has California always voted Democrat?  Has the South always been strongly Republican?  DaVinci Business Graphics tracks the voting patterns of states throughout the US’s political history.    California: A Republican Past Though in the last few decades, California has been regarded as a “solid blue” state, there was a time when California was voting almost […]

Teach Your Students About Political Borders

October 5, 2012


How did our modern city, state, and country boundaries come about?  DaVinci Business Graphics gives you an activity that will help your students learn more about political borders.  This is a fun cultural and geography lesson for the classroom or home.  The first step is to create a map of a fictitious land.  The map […]