If you love maps, you'll love this compendium that tells you practically everything you could want to know about the Keystone State. Far more than a how-to-get-there collection of road maps, this atlas has info about everything from ancient Indian cultures to the incidence of divorce in modern society to where in the Commonwealth radon is most prevalent.
BookMark: Atlas of Pennsylvania, edited by David J. Cuff, William J. Young, Edward K. Muller, Wilbur Zelinsky, and Ronald F. Abler (Temple University Press, 1989)
By OUR REVIEWER, STEVE KOCHERSPERGER, IS THE POSTMASTER IN JULIAN, PENNSYLVANIA. • August 13, 2008