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Samples of published, commissioned maps, displayed in their “before” and “after” states. The “before” versions, from which the maps were rendered, are typically the rough sketch or description of an author, or a poor quality original. Finished maps were designed for print publication in black and white and are displayed at actual size unless otherwise indicated. Sketches are displayed at reduced scale.

  • Contemporary Northern Thailand [before] and [after]
  • Caravan Routes, late 19th century [before] and [after]
  • Sipsongpana and adjacent Tai areas, late 19th century [before] and [after]

BEFORE: Contemporary Northern Thailand

to after

Author’s original map of “Contemporary Northern Thailand,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).

Contemporary Northern Thailand (Before)

Displayed at 50% scale.


AFTER: Contemporary Northern Thailand

to before

Contemporary Northern Thailand (After))

Finished map of “Contemporary Northern Thailand,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).


BEFORE: Caravan Routes, late 19th century

to after

Author’s original map of “Caravan Routes, late 19th century,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).

Displayed at 50% scale.


AFTER: Caravan Routes, late 19th century

to before

Finished map of “Caravan Routes, late 19th century,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).


BEFORE: Sipsongpana and adjacent Tai areas, late 19th century

to after

Author’s original map of “Sipsongpana and adjacent Tai areas, late 19th century,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).

Displayed at 50% scale.


AFTER: Sipsongpana and adjacent Tai areas, late 19th century

to before

Finished map of “Sipsongpana and adjacent Tai areas, late 19th century,” for Ann Maxwell Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph #47 (1998).

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