Does someone in the Palatine Migration project have a good map? [closed]

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I'm working on a history book for my family. I need a good map that shows Switzerland, Germany, Pennsylvania to illustrate the Palatine Migration....simple, can be sent to me digitally, not publishing for profit, just for family Mixbook/Shutterfly type book (severe shortage of family photos at this stage of history - Grin!!). Does anyone have such a map?? (I'm a researcher, not an artist....) Thanks in advance!
closed with the note: Thanks for all the great ideas! I found just what I needed.
in Genealogy Help by Pam Smith G2G6 (9.1k points)
closed by Pam Smith
There seem to be a number of images found with a Google image search. Some may be public domain.
Thank you! Great idea!!
Some (German) Wikipedia-articles also have good maps shown in them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electoral_Palatinate 
has a little bit of the history and some maps.

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The book "Becoming German", by Philip Otterness has some great maps showing various aspects of the Palatine Migration. Otterness used a database built from the research of Henry Jones Jr and applied a big data mapping approach to identify hotspots of the migration.  The whole book is great but it is worth buying for just the maps by themselves.
by Michael Schell G2G6 Mach 3 (34.7k points)
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