Volumes One and Two of The History of Cartography are now freely available online.
Project Manager Greg Allord highlights some interesting Wisconsin connections to a major USGS initiative.
Over 2,800 historic maps of Wisconsin available in GeoPDF format for free.
Find historic maps online through the Wisconsin Historical Society’s new digital collection.
The Wisconsin Historic Aerial Image Finder was officially rolled out at the Wisconsin Land Information Association conference in Madison last week.
An interesting pilot project looks at the feasibility of bringing selected maps from the Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory (a.k.a., the “Bordner Survey”) into Google Earth.
Philanthropist, map collector, cartographer, and technology guru David Rumsey will speak on the UW-Madison campus on May 9th.
Staff and friends of the world renowned geographic and map library at UW-Milwaukee will mark 30 years in Wisconsin on May 30th.
In November, State Cartographer Ted Koch had the opportunity to walk through one of the most remarkable displays of historic maps to occur in this country for quite some time. The exhibit runs through January 27, 2008.
The latest volume in the renowned History of Cartography series explores the period of 1450-1650.