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Abraham Ortelius: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (online site includes history and background on the mapmaker, the mapbook and its various editions as well as at least 53 images from the mapbook) (Frans Koks, U.S. Library of Congress)
Africa: A Continent Revealed Exhibit includes maps of Africa from the sixteenth century to twentieth centuries, plus historical context and information on map images (Osher Map Library, U. of Southern Maine)
Blaeu's 1652 Dutch Atlas A complete exhibition of Dutch city maps from Blaeu's Toonneel der Steden (George M. Welling, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)
The Cartographic Creation of New England Images of and historical information about many sixteenth century maps of New England and the Americas (Osher Map Library, U. of Southern Maine)
The Columbus Letter: The Basel 1494 (illustrated) Edition (fascimiles of editions of Columbus's announcement about his voyages; information about the editions and their dissemination; bibliography) (Osher Map Library, U. Southern Maine)
Maps of Spain from the Enggass Collection "An exhibition tracing the cartographic evolution of Iberia through a series of maps, from 1486 through 1829" (Dr. Peter M. Enggass, Osher Map Library, U. of Southern Maine)
Out of This World: The Golden Age of the Celestial Atlas Forty-three star atlases and maps from 1482 to 1851 along with historical information on these atlases (William B. Ashworth, Jr., U. of Missouri)
Paris Maps Slides of city views and maps of Paris from the eighteenth century (Dr. Barry Bergdoll, Columbia U.)

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