Maps

40 maps that explain the world: from the Washington Post
Africa: interactive map, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
Africa, New World, Slave Trade: from University of Virginia
African History: from the University of Oregon
American History Maps
: from the University of Oregon
Ancient Mediterranean World: from Interactive Ancient Mediterranean, University of North Carolina
Asia: interactive, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
Assessing and Making Maps: from PBS
Atlantic Slave Trade: and Slave Life in the Americas A, Visual Record, from University of Virginia Library
Central America: interactive, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
CIA World Maps: click on country of interest
City Lights: world map, lights indicate population distribution, click on “View Full Scale Map” or “Download PDF”, from NASA
City Map Sites: from the Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
Contour World Maps: from theodora.com
Country and Regional Map Sites: links to maps available on the internet, from the Perry -Castaneda Library
Dave Rumsey Map Collection
Deserts: label major deserts on black-line printable world map, from Enchanted Learning
Distance Calculator: distance (as the crow flies) between to places
Ecoregions of the World: from National Geographic
European History: interactive map, before 900 BC to now, from World-ology
European History: from the University of Oregon
Exploring Maps: Grades 7-12
Find a Map: from USGS
Free Stuff: from Maps.com
General Maps: from Library of Congress
Geography Quiz: locate countries on world or regional map, interactive, from Lizard Point
Globe Visualization Systems: locate a country on world globe, from GLOBE
Google Earth: 3D interface to the planet, from Google
Graph: make your own, from NationMaster
Historic Maps: from Hargrett Rare Books & Manuscript Library, University of Georgia
Historic Overlay Maps: from University of North Carolina
Index of Economic Freedom: world map, by The Heritage Foundation/Wall Street Journal
Japanese Historical Maps: includes maps of Australia, Dhina, India. Indonesia, Japan, and Russia, from David Rumsey collection
Label Continents: black-line printout, from Enchanted Learning
Latin American History: from the University of Oregon
Latitude and Longitude: label black-line printable world map, from Enchanted Learning
Latitude and Longitude: explains how flat maps are made of our round planet, from BoatSafeKids
Lesson Plans: on Maps from Mr.Donn
Map Adventures: from USGS
Map Collections: wide variety, from Library of Congress
MapMaker: interactive, from National Geographic
Mapmaker Kits: from National Geographic
Mapping History: from the University of Oregon
Maps: Africa, New World, Slave Trade
Mapping Our World: Lessons on map projections from the NEA
Map Projections:  Mercator Projection, from Mr. Dowling
Map Puzzles and Games
Maps: from the Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
Maps: Resources for Primary Grades (K–6), from USGS
Maps: Resources for Secondary  Grades (7-12), from USGS
Maps: for 8th Grade History
Maps: from Map Zone
Map to Color: world map, from theodora
Mega Map: print world or U.S. maps, any size from 1 page up to 8 pages by 8 pages, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
Mercator Globes: from Harvard Map Collection
Middle East: interactive, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
Mercator Projection: from USGS
Millennium: click on maps for 11th-20th century, a CNN Perspectives Series
National Map: Viewer and Download Platform, create your own maps, from USGS
North American Map Archive: from the University of Oregon
Oceans: label oceans on black-line printable world map, from Enchanted Learning
Old Maps: collection in the Library of congress
Online Maps: from the Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection

Pacific Centered World Maps
Panoramic Maps: collection in the Library of Congress 

Physical & Political Maps: from Maps.com
Political and Physical Maps: from Atlapedia online
Population Density: world and continents, from CIESIN
Printable Maps
Reading Maps: activities for kids, from Brainpop Educators
Resources: for Teachers and Students, various grade levels, from University of North Carolina
Satellite Image: of each state, from USGS
South America: interactive, from Owl & Mouse Educational Software
Southern Hemisphere World View
Teaching Ideas: with Maps and Globes from Pro Teacher Directory
Teaching with Maps: from the NEA
Teaching with Topographic Maps: from USGS
Thematic Maps
Time Zones and Datelines
Topographic Map Symbols: from USGS
Territorial Expansion of the United States: 1783-1853, from the University of Oregon
Trails of Hope: Overland Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869, downloadable  maps, from Harold B. Lee Library
USGS
U.S. History: since reconstruction
Visible Earth: searchable directory of images, visualizations, and animations of earth, from NASA
Where on Earth?: play geographical detective, from Visible Earth by NASA new link
World Maps: from Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
World Maps: from theodora
World War II: Interactive Map, from Worldology
WWII Data Base of Maps
WWII European: theater maps
WWII Major Operations: from West Point
World Factbook: regional and world maps, from CIA
World-ology: interactive maps