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  1. MAPS

    Charlotte, NC : The Association

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  2. Maps [electronic resource]

    Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society ; Novato, CA : distributed by Mindscape, Inc., c1998.

    Every foldout map from National Geographic Magazine from 1888-1997, plus multimedia map tours, interactive time lines that trace the evolution of mapping, key events in National Geographic cartography, and stories about the people and places behind these maps.

  3. Maps

    [Goshen, Ind. : Siegmann Print. Co.]

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  1. Maps

    Africa south of the Sahara: Selected Internet resources about maps.

    1. Africa South of the Sahara
  2. Map Guides

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  1. Maps 101

    An Introduction to Finding, Analyzing, and Using Historic Maps

  2. National History Day | Maps Edition

    A Guide for Finding, Analyzing, and Using Maps in Projects

  3. Maps of Africa: An Online Exhibit

    A digital collection of African Maps at the Stanford University Libraries

  4. California as an Island in Maps

    Maps from the Glen McLaughlin Collection of California as an Island

  5. Renaissance Exploration Map Collection

    Maps and Atlases from the Renaissance Period

  6. Barry Lawrence Ruderman Map Collection

    A growing collection of digital scans from the late 1400s to the 1950s.

  7. Mapping the Islamic World

    The Ottoman, Safavid & Mughal Empires

  8. Stanford Geological Survey Collection

    100 years of field mapping

  9. Tokyo Over Time

    Maps of Tokyo spanning the early nineteenth and twentieth centuries

  10. Cartographic Symbologies

    The Art and Design of Expression in Historic Maps

  11. A Stanford Atlas

    Architectural drawings, maps, prints, and aerial photographs of the Stanford University campus and associated land holdings

  12. Views: Portraying Place and Space

    2nd Exhibit from the David Rumsey Map Center, January 22 - August 31, 2017


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