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by Mary Ann Kelley
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Topic: maps

Resource of the Week: National Atlas

A service of the U.S. Geological Survey, the National Atlas “has prepared reference and outline maps of the United States that you can print or use online. The reference maps display general reference features such as boundaries, cities, capitals, major highways, rivers and lakes, and terrain. Outline maps showing county boundaries, State boundaries, capitals, or other basic features are also available. Maps without labels are included for students and teachers of American geography. The maps are in color, but will also print or copy well in black and white.”

This is a huge collection of free geography resources that are mostly in the public domain. In addition to the printables, National Atlas also offers the National Atlas Map Maker. With this resource, “you can assemble, view, and print your own maps. You can choose from hundreds of layers of geographic information to make maps. Each map layer can be displayed individually or mixed with others as you tailor a map to your needs. For example, you can make a map showing America’s streams and lakes. And you can add new map layers showing additional geographic information, such as state boundaries, county boundaries, roads, railroads, and towns and cities.”

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