A Gallery of US Maps from Johnson Atlases and their related Data Sets
Go to the Gallery to view any one of Johnson's Atlas maps of the U.S. along with the data that describes the different versions of that map.
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David Rumsey's Historical Map Collection
All of the images we use on the U.S. Johnson Map Project have been given to us free of charge from the David Rumsey Historical Map Collection and its website www.davidrumsey.com.
The David Rumsey Map Collection focuses on rare 18th and 19th century maps of North and South America, although it also has maps from all parts of the world. David Rumsey's collection includes over 150,000 atlases, maps, and many other related cartographic material. Started over 25 years ago the collection contains items ranging in date from about 1700 to the 1950s.
David began to digitize his collection in 1996 and the Historical Map Collection now has over 27,000 on-line and available to the public for viewing, studying and free downloading. Click here to go to www.davidrumsey.com