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Web Resources About Maps
How Stuff Works: How Maps Work
How Maps Were Made
From New York Public Library
How to Read a Map
From New York Public Library
How to Read a Topographic Map
From How Stuff Works: Hiking
Blank Outline Maps of the Countries and Continents of the World
Education Place Outline Maps
Arranged by continent. Also includes individual maps of the 50 state and historical American maps. Includes some unlabeled maps.
Factmonsters: World Atlas and Map Library
Maps of countries of the world.
Google Maps
Maps, driving directions, business locations, and more. Users without high speed Internet might prefer to use the HTML-only edition of this service.
Maps for Students
A collection of free, mainly historical digital maps for educational use. It gives teachers and students an expanding set of small-scale reference maps for classroom and personal use. Each may be downloaded from the website in multiple formats. A blank version of each map is "suitable for map quizzes and customization."
National Geographic: Maps Made for Printing
Blank and detailed maps you can print. Includes World maps, Africa, Europe, Asia, North and South America, Canada, and more.
National Geographic Kids: Find People and Places
Includes interesting facts about different countries and their citizens.
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
"The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection (PCL 1.306) is a general collection of more than 250,000 maps covering all areas of the world. Many of the maps are included in our Library Catalog. More than 11,000 map images from our collection are also available online."
State Maps
Printable PDF maps. From Factmonster.com.
World Outline Maps
Grouped by region, the maps are unlabeled and placed on longitude and latitude lines. From Brigham Young University.

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