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Printed map of Africa north of the Equator, showing toponyms, landforms, and explorers' routes

Improvements in Geography: An 18th-Century Map of North Africa

Posted by: Amelia Raines

Map of mainland Southeast Asia

Little Atlas, Big World

Posted by: Amelia Raines

Detail of map of the southern portion of Michigan's lower peninsula, Ohio, and northeast Indiana, with counties labeled and colored. The region of the Toledo Strip forms the southern parts of Hillsdale, Lenawee, and Monroe Counties in Michigan.

If You Seek a Pleasant Peninsula, Forget Toledo

Posted by: Amelia Raines

A map of the land of Utopia.

Mapping the Land of Utopia

Posted by: Cynthia Smith

The earliest extant plan of Washington DC, known as "The L'Enfant Plan" with annotations of editorial changes by Thomas Jefferson.

Francophone Folly in the Capital City

Posted by: Carissa Pastuch

Detail of printed map of Florida. The Everglades bear the label "Extensive inundated region covered with pine and hummock islands, of all sizes, and generally called The Ever Glades."

Swampland in Florida

Posted by: Amelia Raines

Map of the world in four parts with the first part of the Lord's Prayer written in numerous languages on the map where those languages are spoken

Words on a Map: The Cartography of Language

Posted by: Amelia Raines

The map shows both the planned itinerary of La PeĢrouse and the routes of the principal European voyages in the Pacific up to the 1780s.

“Pérouse”-ing the Pacific

Posted by: Carissa Pastuch

Circular world map with cherubs blowing wind towards it illuminated in gold.

Magnificent Maps From the World Digital Library

Posted by: Julie Stoner