This guide will help you find print maps and atlases available in the library, as well as information about how to search for and cite maps. This guide is meant to get you started.
For more assistance finding map resources or to learn more about what is available in the Map Library, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library in the Benson Earth Sciences Building.
The collection consists of an estimated 200,000 maps, 1,000 atlases and geographic reference books and a growing collection of digital spatial data. It also includes general and thematic maps and atlases at small and large scales, mostly from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, and related reference materials such as gazetteers. The Map Library is a full Federal Depository Library. This means the collection includes USGS topographic maps for all states dating back tot he 1880s. Learn more about:
Uncataloged maps are arranged by geographic area in the Map Library and can be browsed. Ask for help finding these.