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Steve Hoffman <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 25 Dec 2014 19:33:11 -0500
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Fascinating, and what a wonderful resource to 
heighten one's enjoyment of Innocents Abroad (and 
the other two works you've gazetteered, even if 
incompletely).  I realize gazatteer is a noun, not 
a verb, but I thought it sounded good as a verb 
there ;-)

-Steve Hoffman
Takoma Park MD

On 12/25/2014 6:53 PM, Scott Holmes wrote:
> I think I've mapped all the significant locations mentioned in The
> Innocents Abroad.  This is a link to my gazetteer page for the book.
> The sites are listed in alphabetical order (except the first one and I
> need to figure out why it is there) and their locations are plotted on a
> map.  If anyone out there in Twain-L is aware of unlisted places and/or
> wants to make comment on those that are listed please do so.
> Comments for my website are now handled by Google+.  I got fed-up with
> filtering spam and decided to let Google deal with it.
> Incidentally, I have gazetteers for Roughing It and Following the
> Equator but they are both incomplete, though available.