Scanned Maps of North America
|Canada, ou Nouvelle France, & c.||100-c A-1656||Nicolas Sanson, engraved by Jean Somer, published by Pierre Mariette in Paris in 1656.|
|Carte nouvelle de l'Amerique Angloise Contenant||100-c-A-1721||Carte nouvelle de l'Amerique Angloise Contenant la virginie mary-land, caroline, pensylvania nouvelle iorck, n iarsey….par le sieur s a amsterdam chez jean covens et corneille mortier avec privelege de nos signeurs les etats. Published in Amsterdam, 1721-1733.|
|Carte des Lacs du Canada||100.1 A-1744||Created by Nicholas Bellin and published in Pierre de Charlevoix’ Histoire et Description Générale de la Nouvelle France avec le Journal... in Paris in 1744.|
Published as page 98 in Atlas Universel, By Robert de Vaugondy in Paris in 1755 (second state).
|100-c A-1785||By Charles François Delamarche, published by Antoine Boudet in Paris in 1785.|
|Map of North America||folio G 1019 .M67 1867||In Mitchell's school atlas : comprising the maps and tables designed to accompany Mitchell's school and family geography. Philadelphia: E.H.Butler and Co.,1866, c1865.|
|Map of the Country Embracing the Route of the Expedition of 1823 Commanded by Major S.H. Long||800-c [Region 4] D-1823||Map of the Country Embracing the Route of the Expedition of 1823 Commanded by Major S.H. Long. By J. H. Young and Stephen H. Long. From: Narrative of an expedition to the source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, &c. by William H. Keating. Published in London by G.B. Whittaker in 1825.|
|Map of the States of Ohio, Indiana & Illinois and Part of Michigan Territory||800-c [Region 4] A-1825 (Northwest Territory)||
Map of the States of Ohio, Indiana & Illinois and Part of Michigan Territory: Compiled from the Latest Authorities. D.H. Vance, delineator; J.H. Young sculp. No. 11 in A New American Atlas, published in Philadelphia by A. Finley in 1825.
|United States by David H. Burr. Published in New York by Illman & Pilbrow in 1833.|
|Map of the Northern Parts of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois with Michigan and That Part of the Ouisconsin Territory Lying East of the Mississippi River.||800-c [Region 4] B-1836||Map of the Northern Parts of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois with Michigan and That Part of the Ouisconsin Territory Lying East of the Mississippi River. By David Burr. To accompany Northern Boundry of Ohio, and Admission of Michigan into the Union: March 2, 1836. U.S. House Report 380. Washington, DC: Blair & Rives, printers, 1836.|
|Indian Territory Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources.||871 A-1876||Indian Territory Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources. By C. Roeser, principal draughtsman G.L.O. Photo lithography and printing in New York by Julius Bien. Published in Washington, D.C. by the General Land Office in 1876.|
|Map of Land in the Eighth Ward of the City of Brooklyn Belonging to the Heirs of Leffert Bergen||862-d E-1882||Map of land in the eighth ward of the city of Brooklyn belonging to the heirs of Leffert Bergen. Drawn by [Brooklyn] City Surveyors Ludlaw and Stuchfield in March 1882.|
|No. V: Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Consumption||822 C-1901||
No. V: Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Consumption [tuberculosis], for the Year Ended June 30, 1901.
Engraved by Norris Peters Co. Published as part of United States House Document 7, 57th Congress, 1st session. Serial set volume 4302. Published Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office in 1901.
|State of Colorado||814 B-1902||Map of the State of Colorado. Made by A. F. Dinsmore and M. Hendges. Published in Washington, D.C. by the United States, Department of Interior, General Land Office in 1902.|
|Indian Territory Showing Railroad Systems||871-c D-1902 (Indian Territory)||Indian Territory Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources. By C. Roeser, principal draughtsman G.L.O. Photo lithography and printing in New York by Julius Bien. Published in Washington, D.C. by the General Land Office in 1876.|
|Race and Occupation of immigrants by destination||800 C-1903||
Race and Occupation of immigrants by destination. Also the yearly increase and decrease of each state’s proportion and the number. From Annual Report of the Commissioner-General of Immigration for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1903, by F. P. Sargent. U.S. Congress 58- 2, H.doc 758, Serial Set Vol. 4676.
|Territory of New Mexico||861 A-1903||From U.S. House. 58th Congress, 2nd Session. H.doc.5/30 (Serial Set 4649) report titled, Annual Reports of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903. Published in Washington, DC by the Government Printing Office in 1903.|
|Map of the District of Columbia Showing Location of Schools||822 C-1906||Map of the District of Columbia, showing location of schools. From Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for the year ended June 30, 1906. House Document 8/4, 59th Congress, 2nd session. Serial Set 5127. Published in Washington, D.C. by the Government Printing Office in 1907.|
|Map of the City of El Paso||882-d A-1906||Map of the city of El Paso Texas, 1906. Compiled by E. C. Baer. From Claims growing out of insurrection in Mexico. House Doc. No. 1168; 62d Cong., 3d Sess., 1912.|
|[San Francisco]||813-d C-1906||Exhibit "B" : [map showing the location of public schools attended by Japanese children in San Francisco, California]. From Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the final report of Secretary Metcalf on the situation affecting the Japanese in the City of San Francisco, Cal. Senate document 147; 59th Congress, 2nd session, 1906.|
|San Francisco and Vicinity [front]||813-d A-1914||San Francisco and Vicinity. By Matthews-Northrup Works for the Southern Pacific Company, 1914.|
|San Francisco and Vicinity [Back]||813-d A-1914||San Francisco and Vicinity. By Matthews-Northrup Works for the Southern Pacific Company, 1914.|
|United States of America||G1 .N27 vol. 43 no. 4||United States of America. Engraved and printed by Redfield-Kendrick-Odell Co. as a supplement to the National Geographic magazine, April 1923, volume 43, number 4. Published in Washington, D.C. by National Geographic Society in 1923.|