Features the British Library Map Collections, the national collection of cartographic materials housed in the British Library in London, England. Provides information about the collections, services, exhibitions, and events.
The Project has been designed to provide interactive and animated representations of fundamental historical problems and/or illustrations of historical events, developments, and dynamics. The material is copyrighted, but is open and available to academic users.
The American Geographical Society Collection is a major reference and research library devoted to the acquisition, analysis, preservation, and retrieval of the literature of geography, cartography, and related fields. Provides access to other geographical and cartographic resources.
Presents a collection of map coordinates for cities and towns around the world. The organization includes the coordinates for cities and towns in such countries as Afghanistan, Australia, the Bahamas, Canada, China, Egypt, Estonia, Germany, Iceland, Mexico, Nepal, Saint Lucia, Serbia, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam, among others.
"Maps of every type, map making, geographic information systems (GIS), GIS related software and hardware, remote sensing, satellite and radar images, aerial photographs, software and data/image bases, and related datasets, subject guides, finding tools and instructional materials are among the subjects and resources included in this database."
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.
Contributor:Map Link (Firm)
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ECAI Iraq is a temporal-spatial portal into existing digital resources about history, cultural sites, archaeological excavations, and heritage preservation initiatives. Users can access these information sources using interactive, time-enabled thematic maps. The data, that can be displayed for the Iraqi and Mesopotamian material culture, is found on hundreds of web sites around the world. ECAI Iraq catalogs this material in a dynamic database and ...
Covers historic Hungary in full details before its breaking up. The map sheets show 14,986 settlements as well as the hydrography, complete transportation network, castles, baths, and peaks. The population density of Hungary, the ethnical and religious distribution of the people are shown in thematic maps. Statistical tables include summary data of the counties and give detailed data on the ethnical and religious breakdown ...
TopoZone provides free interactive topographic maps of the entire United States. Created in cooperation with US Geological Survey offering access by place names at all USGS 1:100,000, 1:63,360, 1:25,000, and 1:24,000 scale maps.
Collection contains about 1,700 idealized schematic views of towns and cities; a wealth of detail in setting, streets, and buildings. The majority of items presented here are documented in "Panoramic maps of cities in the United States and Canada", second edition (1984), by John R. Hébert and Patrick E. Dempsey.
Contributor:Library of Congress. Geography and Map Division
The Alexandria Digital Library Project is headquartered on the campus of the University of California at Santa Barbara. The project began in 1995 with the development of the Alexandria Digital Library, a working digital library with collections of geographically referenced materials and services for accessing those collections.
Presents an index of maps and landscapes of Washington, D.C. Covers the first decade, the antebellum period, the civil war and reconstruction, the turn of the century, and the Mall after changes introduced by the McMillan Commission of 1901.