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|Map of Connecticut, 1787
Atlases and Maps
Boston Public Library - Norman E. Leventhal Map Collection
Extensive collection of maps, including Massachusetts maps. You can zoom in on most of these. Includes historical city and regional maps where you can find what structures may have once stood where you live now.
Perhaps thereÕs a map for everyone; these are for those concerned about the environment. Explore these maps to find out which facilities in your community are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency, discover environmental statistics about your area, locate Superfund sites, and more.
The Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Georgia
Online collection of more than 800 historic maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century.
Historic USGS Maps of New England & New York
The University of New Hampshire's Dimond Library's Government Documents Department created this online collection of over 1100 USGS topographic maps which offer complete geographical coverage of New England from the 1890s to 1950s. The collection also includes 222 maps of New York state.
With a catchy "where to go, how to get there!" slogan, this is a sight probably more popular for its driving directions feature than anything else. Simply type in your starting point and destination, and youÕll get a map plus written directions, including estimated driving time.
National Geographic Map Machine
An amazing site for locating maps of anywhere on Earth, plus a few places outside of Earth. Easily searched by keyword, this site even handles variations in geographic names without a hitch. Very, very cool.
Subways of the World
Links to world subway and other transportation information resources. Whether you plan to ride the on the London Tube or the Muchen strassenbahn, the printable maps are a wonderful resource to any traveller.
Unfortunately, this map database is a little dated as it is based on the 1990 Census Lookup server. This gazetteer is used to identify places to view with the Tiger Map Server and obtain census datar. You can search by entering the name and state abbreviation (optional), or 5-digit zip code
U.S. Topographic Maps
The National Mapping Program of the U.S. Geological Surveys. Information about mapping and ordering maps.