How far is it?
This service uses data from the US Census and a supplementary list of cities around the world to find the latitude and longitude of two places, and then calculates the distance between them.
University of Texas at Austin. General Libraries
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.
Map history/History of cartography the gateway to the subject.
Images of early maps on the web
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.
Maporama the world, my way.
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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.
NationMaster.com interactive country comparisions.
Online tool for graphically comparing nations on a comprehensive range of statistics. Includes country profiles covering geography, military, economics, international relations. "As described on the site, "NationMaster is a vast compilation of data from such sources as the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World Health Organization, World Bank, World Resources Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF and OECD" and a "handy way to graphically compare nations." By ...
Historical map archive
The Historical Map Archive is a digitized collection of selected map holdings from the University of Alambama Map Library, the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, the Rucker Agee Collection of the Birmingham Public Library, the Geological Survey of Alabama, and the Alabama Department of Archives and History.