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Mapping Jax

National Geographic's Ted Sickley to Headline Library's Mapping Our Past Event

Featured Speakers Include Florida Map Expert Peter Cowdrey, Mapping Jax Advocate Steve Williams

Mapping Jax: Steve Williams' Vision for the Urban Core

Steve Williams, Mapping Jax, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Development, Urban Advocate, Harbinger Signs, MappingJax, Downtown Jacksonville, Completely Booked, Jacksonville Public Library, Mapping Our Past

Steve Williams is well known throughout Jacksonville as the CEO of Harbinger Sign, the owner of Florida Mining Gallery, and a hard-core advocate of the arts and development in the urban core. He chats with us today about Mapping Jax, an initiative to inspire, preserve, educate, and advocate for our city's natural and built environments.

Mapping Jax - Steve Williams

Steve Williams, Mapping Jax, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Development, Urban Advocate, Harbinger Signs, MappingJax, Downtown Jacksonville, Completely Booked, Jacksonville Public Library, Mapping Our Past

Steve Williams is well known throughout Jacksonville as the CEO of Harbinger Sign, the owner of Florida Mining Gallery, and a hard-core advocate of the arts and development in the urban core. He chats with us today about Mapping Jax, an initiative to inspire, preserve, educate, and advocate for our city's natural and built environments. Join us at the Main Library for Mapping Our Past on January 25, 2020 to hear Steve and other fascinating presenters.

Explore Jacksonville and Beyond!

Mapping Our Past, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Public Library, National Geographic, Ted Sickley, Steve Williams, Mapping Jax, : Peter Cowdrey

Mapping Our Past will have you thinking about our past, present and future! With National Geographic’s director of cartographic databases leading us through its 132-year history of maps at National Geographic to the changing shape of Florida to how architecture and building attitudes impact Jacksonville and our quality of life, you’ll see the indispensable role maps play in history.

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