Edward Stanford

(1827—1904) map maker and publisher

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Stanford, Edward (1827–1904), map maker and publisher

Edward Beatty. Institutions and Investment: The Political Basis of Industrialization in Mexico before 1911. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2001. xii + 296 pp. ISBN 0‐8047‐4064‐X, $55.00

Edward Beatty. Institutions and Investment: the Political Basis of Industrialization in Mexico before 1911. (Social Science History.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2001. Pp. xii, 296. $55.00

Allen D. Boyer. Sir Edward Coke and the Elizabethan Age. (Jurists: Profiles in Legal Theory.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2003. Pp. xii, 325. $60.00

Edward J. Kamholz, Jim Blain, and Gregory Kamholz. The Oregon-American Lumber Company: Ain’t No More. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 2003. xix + 362 pp. ISBN 0-8047-4481-5, $65.00 (cloth)

The Silicon Valley Edge. Choong‐Moon Lee, William F. Miller, Marguerite Hancock, and Henry Rowen. Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA, 2001, ISBN 0804 740 631 (paperback) 0804 740 623 (hardback), 400pp. Price £13.95, $19.95 (paperback) £35.00, $49.50 (hardback). Understanding Silicon Valley. Martin Kenney (ed). Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA, 2001, ISBN 0804 737 347 (paperback) 0804 737 339 (hardback), 304pp. Price £17.95, $24.95 (paperback) £30.00, $45.00 (hardback). Knowledge, Innovation and Economic Growth. Frans Boekema, Kevin Morgan, Silvia Bakkers, and Roel Rutten (eds). Edward Elgar: Aldershot, 2000, ISBN 184 064 2157, 288pp. Price £59.95, $95.00

381 By the King. His Majesty's Proclamation forbidding all His Loving Subjects of the Counties of Glocester, Somerset, and Wilts, to obey any Warrants of the Earle of Stanford, Sir Edward Bainton, or any others commanding them to appeare with Armes, without His Majesty's Expresse Consent. [Oxford 28 December 1642]


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Stanford was made a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in London. He subsequently became a publisher of maps, surveys, and travel writing at Stanford’s Geographical Establishment, employing as many as 87 draughtsmen, geographers, and engravers. He owned the maps of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge and published the Harrow Atlas of Modern Geography. The Stanford Mountains in British Columbia are named for him.

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