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Atlases & Maps
The resources listed below are online. Print atlases are available near the reference desk on the first floor. Check the catalog or ask a librarian to see what's available.
American Ethnic Geography
This collection of maps illustrates how ethnic groups, religions and denominations, languages, political participation and beliefs, and socio-economic status are distributed across the U.S. Maintained by Valparaiso University.
National Map of the United States
Interactive map builder with options for geological, agricultural, biological, climate, historical, transportation, hydrologic, and other layers.
Digital Map Collections
Maps of cities and towns, exploration, cultural landscapes, and battles and campaigns from 1500 - present. Maintained by the Library of Congress.
See 3D buildings, imagery, and terrain. Requires a free software download.
U.S. maps, driving directions, local topic searches and satellite imagery.
National Geographic's Interactive MapMaker
Create customized maps using various themes, data, and other tools.
Perry-Castaneda Map Collection
A list of links to world maps on a wide range of topics. Maintained by the University of Texas at Austin.
Map of Portland, Oregon, 1890