Maps

The most recent maps are listed first.  Click each map for a larger view.

Map Prepared by Louis Henwood

Map Prepared by Louis Henwood

Map Prepared by Louis Henwood

Map Prepared by Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map Courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map Courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map Courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map Courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

Map courtesy of Louis Henwood

 

 

 

 

 

13 thoughts on “Maps

  1. I’d like to thank you for your podcast. I’m learning English as a second language but I find your podcast very clear and interesting.

  2. Thank you so much for your podcast. Your delivery is impressively professional and the material is fresh and original to this non-linguist. It and the maps fill in some gaps in my knowledge of ancient and European history. Loved the alphabet book too.

  3. Just wanted to thank you for all the work involved with this podcast. It has been many years since I studied this topic (I’m old enough to remember the The Story Of English program on PBS – I have the book somewhere!) but it’s so fascinating and so full of information, I have started over and am listening to them again. It might take a few more for it all to sink in. Thanks

  4. Thank you for your podcasts, really enjoying them on my daily commute (each episode is the length of one journey!). I have read books about the history of English but hearing it explained is a much richer experience.

  5. Your pod-cast has been enlightening and I thoroughly thank you for your efforts put in to compile all my life’s wishes about knowledge of English at one place. The other point is you are flawless and very good at pronunciation. Making the most of your pod-cast sir. Massive respect to you and your idea of creating such a people friendly thing. The time of your life I should say. God Bless you in English…..

    • I learn about these on and off my way to college everyday on the bicycle in my ipod. I save time by doing so, and every-time a come across a church or a Hindu temple I pray for Kevin too… As I am a Hindu from AP, India(Asia).

      • Thank you for the kind words. Fortunately, no divine intervention is required. Just a fair amount of research and work – most of which I enjoy. Thanks again for the comments!

        Kevin Stroud

  6. I am from China and now working as a vocabulary teacher in a TOEFL/IELTS/SAT training school.I downloaded all your podcast and found them very very helpful.I think I learned a lot from you,appreciate your efforts.

  7. I love, love love your podcasts. I am a homeschooling mom with 3 kids still at home. We listen to your podcasts in the car and while cleaning up. I think you are providing a vital resource for us. Thank you so much for your time and effort in compiling this podcasts. Incredibly helpful.

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