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Archive of 1.2 million pages offers Nineteenth Century:

  • maps
  • travel diaries, gazetteers & travel guide books
  • travel narrative manuscripts
  • sketch maps
  • European, Asian and African rail and canal routes
  • atlases, maritime and nautical charts
  • ordnance surveys and Admiralty charts.

Geographic areas covered in the Archive include Africa, Australia, India, North America, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • Document supply available.
  • Part of Nineteenth Century Collections Online
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An online collection featuring a small number of the Library of Congress's 4.5 million-item maps collection. Images include maps of Antarctica, Australasia and the world. View record page
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MAPCO's aim is to provide genealogists, students and historians with free access to high quality scans of rare and beautiful maps. Featuring digital images of maps of London and Adelaide. Maps currently online include London 1767 and 1850 and Adelaide 1880. More maps will be added over the next few months. View record page
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Scanned images of complete nineteenth century atlases and maps, such as Bromme's, Alison's and Cornwell's atlases. View record page
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Allows you to find digitised geological heritage maps from the 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes a small selection of NSW parish maps with geological data added. Produced by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment. View record page
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A gateway to historical maps in libraries around the world. Search by typing a place name or by clicking in the map window, and narrow by date. The search results provide a direct link to the map image on the website of the host institution. View record page
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A joint project of the Ordnance Survey (the national mapping agency of Great Britain) and digital mapmakers Landmark Information Group. This site provides online access to an extensive archive of historic British maps. View record page
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A portal site for information on the sustainable development of the oceans. Covers history, biology, maps, statistics and research, climatology and ecology; economic uses of the oceans; and issues from food security and climate change to governance and human health. View record page