Maps - My favorite section!
- Boundries of The Contiguous US: Very simple and very cool.
- Historical Maps by Dave Rumsey: Oh what a collection. I drooled over this site when I first found it. Because you can view maps of the states made in many different years you can see old place names, determine what was settled, see how borders changed. It is AWESOME.
- Old New England USGS Maps: These maps not only give the grades but show you where houses, churches, graveyards were. Yes, were. My kindergarten was built where an old cemetery used to be. Creepy. Sometimes there are multiple years so you really get a sense of how an area may have changed.
- Topographical Maps: Current elevation maps.
- Historical Maps at University of Georgia: Includes other collections too.
- Historical Maps at the Library of Congress: There are many maps but the Library of Congress has other collections, as well.