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  • Map
    Map history/History of cartography the gateway to the subject.
    Images of early maps on the web Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    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.
    • Contributor: Campbell, Tony
    • Date: 2002
  • Map
    Southern Nevada and Las Vegas : history in maps, University of Las Vegas Nevada libraries, Web and digitization services Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Provides a history of the region through its changing political boundaries and a history of map-making and the development of the cartographic knowledge of this area.
    • Date: 2004
  • Map
    Hargrett rare book and manuscript library rare map collection
    Hargrett Library rare map collection | University of Georgia Libraries Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    Includes early maps of colonial and revolutionary America and maps of Georgia from revolutionary times through the nineteenth century. Also included are Georgia city maps, maps of Georgia's coastal areas and transportation maps including rail, river, and highway maps.
    • Date: 2002
  • Map
    Map collection Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Contains selected single sheet and portfolio maps available from federal depository, military (National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA)), and commercial sources. Consists mostly of current material which focuses primarily on military history and NSA studies and some older resources which are retained for historical research.
    • Contributor: Dudley Knox Library
    • Date: 2000
  • Map
    Los Angeles Mapped Catalog Record Only
    The Library of Congress/Ira Gershwin Gallery presents historical maps of Los Angeles from the collections of the Library of Congress Geography and Map Division. These diverse works of craftsmanship, precision, and imagination provide a guide to some of the most remarkable stories of the city's history, its discovery, its growth, and its industries, as seen by explorers, engineers, artists, residents, and boosters.
    • Contributor: Library of Congress
    • Date: 2006