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2012 in Maps

January 3, 2013

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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

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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

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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 […]