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Historic Map Works Library Edition

Historic Map Works Library Edition is a full-color digital collection of historic maps. The core of the collection consists of over one hundred thousand land ownership maps detailing the geographic and development history of the United States over several hundred years. In addition, there are thousands of pages of illustrations and over one thousand city directories related to the maps. Antiquarian maps covering the world from the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries are included, as well.

Please note that the content in the Library Edition of this resource may differ from the personal subscription edition.

 

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