Map 1: Carnegie libraries in the
United States, 1920.
Questions for Map 1
1. Why might the figure "per million" be more valuable than the absolute number of libraries when explaining the impact of Carnegie's contributions?
2. Which of the five categories does your state fall into?
3. Which region of the country has the highest per million figures? Which region has the lowest? What might be the explanation for this trend?
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