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Browse Our Digital Map Collection

Presented by the University of California Berkeley's (UCB) Earth Sciences and Map Library, the Browse Our Digital Map Collection Web site lets visitors do just that. Several thousand scanned maps from the collection are available and can be searched via the UCB Library Pathfinder program. After orientating oneself to the peculiarities of the search program, which seems more daunting than it...
Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations

Created at Harvard University, the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilization (DARMC) makes the best available materials for a geographic information systems (GIS) approach to mapping and spatial analysis of the Roman and medieval worlds. The DARMC draws on the cartographic achievements of previous researchers, including the "Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World" by Richard J.A....
Vandermaelen Atlas Universel

Philippe Vandermaelen's 1827 Atlas Universel is a truly remarkable work consisting of 380 conically projected maps and 40 pages of statistical tables in six volumes. It was the first atlas produced by the then novel printing process known as lithography. As part of a special project funded by the Friends of the Princeton University Library, these maps were digitized and placed online here....
San Francisco: From the David Rumsey Map Collection

Visiting an airport can be a stressful endeavor, so it's always nice to have a few distractions. There's a rather fabulous one at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO), currently, and it comes in the form of historic maps. Culled from the David Rumsey Map Collection, this in situ exhibit contains dozens of maps that document the city's development. On this site, visitors can view maps of...