Provides city and street maps for most European nations, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Argentinia, and Brazil. The site allows users to locate maps and itineraries for places around the world.
Provides a variety of maps which chart socio-economic trends, systems of government, cities, and wars and massacres throughout the 20th century. Many of the maps are interactive and go into extensive detail.
Web page presented by the History of Cartography Project, Department of Geography at the University of Wisconsin and edited by David Woodward. Site features newsletters and updates on the project which publishes a series drawing attention to the history of maps and mapping.
Contributor:History of Cartography Project (University of Wisconsin - Madison. Department of Geography)
Presents retailers of all types of maps, including travel maps, international and U.S. topographic maps. Recently, Map Link has expanded stock to include guidebook titles, map accessories, globes, and digital geographic information.
Began in 1999? Mode of access: World Wide Web. Title from home page (viewed on Jan. 23, 2003).
Contributor:Bowen, William A.
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Includes information from Disaster Mapping and Analysis Center which provides national level GIS support and coordination for FEMA. Also includes the Mitigation Directorate's Flood Hazard Mapping Technical Services Division which maintains and updates the National Flood Insurance program maps.
Contributor:United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
The Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress offers access to its online map collection for the years 1500-2002. The collection is organized according to seven major categories. Information about the date of publication, subject, medium, call number, and location of each map is provided.
Contributor:Library of Congress. Geography and Map Division
Presents information about the history of cartography and the study of early maps. Notes that the focus of the information is noncurrent maps produced in or of any part of the world. Provides information about conferences, meetings, exhibitions, lectures, and fellowshios. Offers access to globes, subject guides, internet resources, literature, map collections, and societies. Links to related web sites.
Information about the holdings and use of the research rooms of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Provides online access to nation-wide facilities, archival and library catalogs, databases of electronic records, and interactive forms.
Contributor:United States. National Archives and Records Administration
"The Arizona Electronic Atlas is an innovative interactive atlas that allows one to create, manipulate, and download accurate and current maps and data. We invite you to create your own map using these map themes: Natural Resources, People and Society, Business and Economics, and People and Environment."--Home page.