The Professor's House Setting & Symbolism

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Small and cramped, but with a view of Lake Michigan, this is where St. Peter's heart truly lies.

Hamilton

The town where St. Peter lives and teaches, and where he met Tom Outland.

Cruzados River

The river in New Mexico along which Tom Outland and Rodney Blake grazed the cattle.

Blue Mesa

The Blue Mesa is the one notable landmark in the area of New Mexico where Tom and Rodney grazed cattle.

Washington

Washington, D.C., where Tom spent a number of months trying to get the Smithsonian Institute and the government interested in his discovery of Cliff City.

Cliff City

This is the stone city discovered by Tom Outland in Tom Outland's Story, Chapter 3.

The New House

Built with the money that accompanied the Oxford Prize in History, this is the house where the St. Peters now live, but it is not where Godfrey...

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