The Cadastral Map in the Service of the State: A History of Property Mapping
Throughout history the control of land has been the basis of political power. Cadastral maps - cartographic records of property ownership - played an important role in the rise of modern Europe as tools for the consolidation and extension of land-based national power. The Cadastral Map in the Service of the State: A History of Properly Mapping, illustrated with 127 maps, traces the development and application of rural property mapping in Europe and European colonies from the Renaissance through the nineteenth century. The authors go beyond traditional cartographic research, approaching the maps as political instruments rather than as simple geographical or historical tools. The result is an unprecedented examination of the political and economic forces behind the production of maps and advances in cartography, demonstrating how the seemingly neutral science of cartography became a political instrument for national interests. Beginning with a review of the roots of cadastral mapping in the Roman Empire, the authors concentrate on the use of cadastral maps in the Netherlands, France, England, the Nordic countries, the German lands, the territories of the Austrian Habsburgs, and the European colonies. During the seventeenth century, governments began to use maps to secure economic and political bases; by the nineteenth century, these maps had become tools for aggressive governmental control of land as tax bases, natural resources, and national territories. The culmination of extensive bibliographic and archival research made possible by the authors' considerable linguistic skills, this work draws from source materials in ten languages and spanning five centuries. It will remain thedefinitive source on the subject for years to come. The Cadastral Map in the Service of the State was awarded the 1991 Kenneth Nebenzahl Prize for the best new manuscript in the history of cartography.
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The Southern Netherlands
Denmark and Its Colonies
COLONIAL SETTLEMENT FROM EUROPE
accurate acres administration agricultural reform apportionment Archives areas assessment Austrian Habshurg Beemster began cadastral maps cadastral survey cartographic chapter colonies commissioned commune compiled copies count of Holland Crown Danish Denmark detailed dike disputes Duchy Dutch early eighteenth century enclosure maps England established example farms feudal field figure Finland forest France French geometriska German Gustav II Adolf Haderslevhus Holland important individual instruction Koeman land parcels land tax land taxation landholdings landowners landownership levied Livonia mapped cadaster maps were drawn matrikel measure military Napoleonic nineteenth century northern Netherlands Norway owners ownership parish peasants perbaps Physiocrats plans plats plots polder polder authorities political produced property maps provinces Prussian reclamation record registers revenue revision Rhineland scale Schleswig settlement seventeenth century Source southern Netherlands surveying and mapping surveyors Sweden Sweden-Finland Swedish tax reform territory tion tithe map topographical maps townships triangulation verponding village Zandvliet
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