November 28, 2015

Monthly Roundup of New Historical Maps Made Available Online by LC’s Geography & Map Division (May 2014)

The Geography & Map Division at the Library of Congress is constantly adding digitized versions of historical maps to their online collection/database.

Every month the G&M Division publishes New Maps This Month!, a roundup with direct links to each new addition along with basic bibliographic data.

You can access the May 2014 update (14 pages; PDF) here. We’re also embedding a full text copy below.

Previous issues of New Maps This Month! (back to May 2011) are also available.

New Maps This Month! (May 2014)

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