Do It Yourself Color-Coded State, US, Canada and Mexico Maps- In interpreting and illustrating events taking place in some locations and not others, the use of shaded or "color-contrasted" maps can be useful. This webform allows you to choose up to six different groupings of counties - along with your title, choice of colors and labels. A computer program will then draw a state map (as a "gif" format file) with your groupings shown in the selected colors. The map can then either be printed or saved and used later.pop
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Animated Atlas: Growth of a Nation- This page features a ten minute, interactive movie which is a geographic history of the United States showing the admission of every state.
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Immigration Explorer- An interactive map courtesy of the New York Times. Select a foreign-born group to see how they settled across the United States.
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Reading Railroad System Map- Originally established as The Philadelphia & Reading Railroad in 1833 to transport anthracite coal, the pioneering 94-mile line evolved into a mighty corporation serving eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
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The Electronic Map Library- The Electronic Map Library of the Department of Geography at California State University in Northridge includes a series of atlases currently being produced by individual authors or project groups
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US Genealogy Map Project: State, County, Territory Maps- This site was mainly constructed for Genealogy / Family History research, but could be used for basic US history also. It contains maps with narratives of US border and land transfers from 1783 to present, indicating land acquisitions to US territories thru Statehood, with summaries by individual State.
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