Atlapedia: provides information on countries, including physical and political maps
Civil War Maps:at the Library of Congress.
Gazetter of Planetary Nomenclature: provides a contemporary searchable database of names used in our planetary sytem. Also provides an extensive bibliography plus a list of references cited in making the database.
Gazetteer of the U.S.: provided by the U.S. Census Bureau
Geographic Names Information System: from the U.S. Geological Survey, database of nearly 2 million geographic features in the United States
Mapquest: find detailed maps for thousands of U.S. and international cities
Maps on Us: with free registration, Maps on Us will draw a map showing a specific location or map out a route for travel.
National Geographic Map Machine: contains dynamic maps, atlas maps, flags and facts, and GIS training and data.
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection: over 2,000 current and historical maps from around the world. Collection from the University of Texas at Austin Library
Yahoo! Maps & Driving Directions: create a map for a specific address, or get driving directions from a starting address to a destination address
Comments to: Jerry R. Brown
20 July 2007