HISTORY 201: The Historian's Craft: World of Alexander Hamilton (Fall 2020) : Maps
Maps in Databases
American Revolution and Its Era: Maps and Charts of North America and the West Indies, 1750 to 1789, From the Library of Congress
Over 2,000 maps are contained within this collection. Browse the full collection by clicking "Collection Items," or limit to states/regions by clicking on "Articles and Essays."
Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States
The digital version of this atlas overlays historic maps onto current-day geography. Start with the table to contents to find relevant maps. Try the 'animate' feature to see a visualization of changes over time.
Log into the this database with your NetID. To view maps, click on "Map Gallery" in the header bar. On the results page you may filter by colony and/or map theme. This resource is also rich in other kinds of primary sources such as correspondence, pamphlets, and newspapers.
Wisconsin Historical Society Maps & Atlases
View more than 6,000 of historic maps of Wisconsin and the World, dating from as early as 1513. The search function in this database is not as fine-tuned as others, but all of the items here are physically held by the Wisconsin Historical Society and you are able to view them in-person.
On This Page
Maps tell us a lot of information about places during a certain time and what was important to the map's creators.
This page contains links to several places where you can access digital maps of Colonial and Early Republic-era America.