Maps & Timelines
From Canisious College in New York, this site provides a collection
of links to online timelines organized into five categories.
1500 - 1999
This Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress site links to historical
maps focusing on Americana and organized according to seven major categories
including cities and towns, military battles and campaigns, railroad
maps, and more. You are able to search or browse the collection.
Designed to increase understanding of the relationships between environments,
people and places. Includes maps regarding cholera, West Nile virus,
active volcanoes and more. Allows users to create their own detailed
map. Select “Printable Maps” to see maps of congressional
districts, Presidential elections and more. From the U.S. Department
of the Interioir.
The University of Texas provides full-color maps of the United States
and other countries and regions of the world, including a section titled
Historical Maps. Some of the maps take a while to load - note the size
of the file.
The Web Chronology Project
This site, from the History Department at North Park University, provides
a series of chronologies of important events in the world. Includes
Regional Chronologies such as the North America Chronology and the United
States of America Chronology as well as Cross-Cultural Chronologies
such as the Western Civilization Chronology.
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