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Maps and Mapping

An overview of resources for finding and using maps.

Introduction

For centuries maps have been held in high regard.  Painstakenly created, much of history has revolved around the availability and accuracy of the information contained on them.  In recent times maps have transistioned from a large print document requiring unique housing to a computer file which can be customized for the needs of the user.  Regardless of format, maps continue to inspire and inform.  This guide provides an introduction to resources on maps and map making.

Created and Updated by

D. Mongeau 4/13; 12/18

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.