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Old 03-25-2017, 09:02 AM
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Default The Jew in London

Apologies if this had been posted before, but thought it might be of interest to someone. It's a map, similar to the Booth poverty map, but showing the density of Jewish presence in the East End in 1900.

http://britishlibrary.georeferencer....HUsl/visualize

For comparison, here is the poverty map;

http://britishlibrary.georeferencer....UacY/visualize
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Apologies if this had been posted before, but thought it might be of interest to someone. It's a map, similar to the Booth poverty map, but showing the density of Jewish presence in the East End in 1900.

http://britishlibrary.georeferencer....HUsl/visualize

For comparison, here is the poverty map;

http://britishlibrary.georeferencer....UacY/visualize
Joshua.

The links don't seem to be working for me . Tried two browsers.


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Is this one any better?

http://www.oldmapsonline.org/map/bri...rary/003192745

You can select 'View the map' to see a pic or 'View as overlay' to see it on Google Maps.
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Is this one any better?

http://www.oldmapsonline.org/map/bri...rary/003192745

You can select 'View the map' to see a pic or 'View as overlay' to see it on Google Maps.
Thanks Joshua, that works far better, very interesting.




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