Skip Navigation Links  The Library of Congress >> Researchers
Geography and Map Reading Room (Geography and Map Division)
  Home

About the Division
History and Background
Geography and Maps: An Illustrated Guide

Reference Services
Reference Policies
Guides to the Collections
Bibliographies & Gazetteers
G&M Finding Aids updated regularly
Map Reproductions

Digital Collections
Online Map Collections
Places in the News!
MrSID and JPEG 2000 Viewers

Activities
Acquisitions
Cataloging
Collection Management
Exhibitions

External Links
Online Resources


New online, this month
monthly maps icon

The Codex Quetzalecatzin (1593)
[The Codex Quetzalecatzin] 1593.
G4701.G46 1593 .C6

The Mapa de Ecatepec-Huitziltepec / Codex Ehecatepec and Huitziltepec / Charles Ratton Codex.
Shows genealogical information and land ownership for the Nahuatl "de Leon" family from 1480-1593. Map covers southern Puebla from the church of Todos Santos, Ecatepec (now suburb to the north east of modern-day Mexico City), and Lake Texcoco (now the National Reserve "El Caracol") to the church of Santa Cruz Huitziltepec, Pue at the lower right, with the lower portion of the map crossed by what appears to be the Atoyac River in northern Oaxaca.

G & M Maps online
Geography & Map Division
Online Collections

Location:
101 Independence Ave. SE
Madison Bldg, Room LM B01
Washington, D.C. 20540-4650
Contact Information
Map showing location

Hours:
Weekdays, 8:30am to 5:00pm
Closed Weekends
& Federal Holidays

Request reproductions of LC maps


Worlds Revealed banner
a G&M blog exploring the past, present, and future of maps and mapping


Twitter LOCMaps News and information about the premier map collections of the Library of Congress

Philip Lee Phillips
Map Society of the Library of Congress
Phillips Society banner

Ask a Librarian
Ask a Librarian Want to ask the reference staff a question about the cartographic collections?

The Geography and Map Division (G&M) has custody of the largest and most comprehensive cartographic collection in the world with collections numbering over 5 million maps, 100,000 atlases, 8,000 reference works, over 5000 globes and globe gores, 3,000 raised relief models, over 130,000 microfiche/film, and a large number of cartographic materials in other formats.

  Home
  The Library of Congress >> Researchers
  November 20, 2017
Legal | External Link Disclaimer

Contact Us:  
Ask a Librarian