REFERENCE GUIDES AND INDEXES
Columbia Gazetteer of the World. 1998. 3 vols. (Ref. G 103.5 C65 1998 & FWB)
Guide to U. S. Map Resources, 3rd ed. 2006. (Ref. GA 193 U5 C62 2005)
Index to Maps in Books and Periodicals. 1968-1976. 10 vols. 2 Suppls. (Ref. GA 300 A5)
Index to Maps of the American Revolution in Books and Periodicals: Illustrating the Revolutionary War and Other Events of the Period 1763-1789. 1969. (Ref. Z 6026 H6 C55)
Maps Contained in the Publications of the American Bibliography, 1639-1819: An Index and Checklist. 1988. (Ref. GA 405 W3 1988)
Maps of America in Periodicals Before 1800. 1989. (Ref. Z 6027 A5 J64 1989)
Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers>. 1979. (Ref. GA 198 T66)
Writings on American History. 1902-1990. [Ref. E 178 W9]
The Aerial Photo Sourcebook. 1998. (Ref. TR 810 C64 1998)
Antique Maps. 1989. (Ref. GA 197.3 M67 1983)
Antique Maps, Sea Charts, City Views, Celestial Charts, and Battle Plans. 1985, 1991. (Ref. GA 197.3 A57)
The World in Perspective: A Directory of World Map Projections. 1989. (Ref. GA 110 C34 1989)
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