• 19th Century Caribbean Cholera TimeMap (website) John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute


  • AddressingHistory (website) by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh and The National Library of Scotland
  • AfricaMap (website), Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University
  • American Panorama: An Atlas of United States History (website); Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond
  • Animated Atlas of African History, 1879-2002 (website) by Nancy Jacobs and Rolando Penate, Brown University
  • Antiquity A-la-carte (website), Ancient World Mapping Center
  • A Place in History:  A Guide to Using GIS in Historical Research (website) on-line book by Ian Gregory
  • The Archaeology of Greater London Online Map (website): MOLA
  • Atlas of Alberta Railways (website) University of Alberta Press
  • Atlas Cartografia Historica (website) by Luís Nuno Espinha da Silveira
  • The Atlas of Early Printing (website), University of Iowa
  • Atlas of Historical County Boundaries (website); The Newberry Library, Dr. William M. Scholl Center for American History and Culture
  • Atlas of Literary Landscapes of Portugal (website); Interdisciplinary Project: LITESCAPE.PT
  • Atlas of Sources and Materials for History of Old Poland (website); Historical Geinformation Laboratory, KUL
  • Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States (website); University of Richmond


  • Batanes Islands Cultural Atlas (website) Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
  • Before the Mactaquac Headpond (website) by Larissa Holman
  • Beijing in Transition: A Historical GIS Study of Urban Cultures, 1912-1937 (website
  • Berlin Besetzt: Illustrierte Karte zu Hausbesetzungen in Berlin (website
  • Beyond Steel: An Archive of Lehigh Valley Industry and Culture (website)Lehigh University Digital Library
  • Bomb Sight: Mapping the WW2 Bomb Census (website) University of Portsmouth, The National Archives and JISC
  • Boundaries of Nature: Sixty Years of Landscape Change in the Iguacu National Park, Brazil (website); by Frederico Freitas, Peter Salazar, and Eli Berg
  • British Geological Survey Maps Portal (website) British Geological Survey


  • Canadian Historical GIS Network (website): Organized by Marcel Fortin and Byron Moldofsky
  • Central & Western PEI, National Topographic System, 1944 (website); University of Toronto
  • Charles Booth Online Archive (website) London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Chico Historical GIS (website); Geography and Planning Department, California State University, Chico
  • Chile’s Aquaculture Industry, 1950-2000 (website) CESTA | Spatial History Project
  • China Dimensions (website) NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center, Center for International Earth Science Information Network at Columbia University
  • China Historical GIS (website)  at Harvard University
  • Chinese Civilization in Time and Space (website) Academia Sinica
  • The City’s Currents: A History of Water in 20th-Century Bogotá (website)by Stefania Gallini, et.al.
  • Cleveland Historical (website) Cleveland State University Center for Public History and Digital Humanities
  • Cleveland Historic Maps (website) ESRI
  • Climate and Change: Making Sense of the Dustbowl Years on the Canadian Prairies (website) by George Colpitts, Bill Waiser, and Shannon Stunden Bower.
  • Colonial Despatches: The Colonial Despatches of Vancouver Island and British Columbia 1846-1871 (website) Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria
  • Constructing Furniture City (website) by Brian Sarnacki
  • A Cutting-Edge Second Look at the Battle of Gettysburg (website) by Anne Kelly Knowles, et.al.


  • David Rumsey Map Collection (website) by Cartography Associates
  • The Decolonial Atlas (website
  • Dictionary of Sydney (website) City of Sydney and Other Partners
  • Digital Atlas of American Religion (website) The Polis Center at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Digital Atlas of Ancient and Medieval Civilizations (website) Harvard University
  • Digital Atlas of Indonesian History (website) by Robert Cribb
  • Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire (website) Johan Åhlfeldt, Lund University
  • Digital Atlas on the History of Europe since 1500 (website) Andreas Kunz, et. al.
  • Digital Augustan Rome (website) by David Gilman Romano
  • The Digital Gazetteer of the Song Dynasty (website) University of California, Merced
  • Digital Harlem: Everyday Life 1915-1930 (website) University of Sydney.
  • Digital HOLC Maps (website) by Brian Lehrer Show
  • The Disappearing West (website) Center for American Progress and Conservation Science Partners.
  • Documenting Cappadocia (website) by A.I. McMichael
  • Don River Valley Historical Mapping Project (website) by Jennifer Bonnell & Marcel Fortin, A member project of NiCHE in partnership with the University of Toronto Libraries
  • The Down Survey of Ireland (website) Irish Research Council; Trinity College Dublin
  • Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway (website) The University Library, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


  • Enchanting the Desert (website) by Nicholas Bauch, et.al.
  • The ENRICH Project (Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities and Community Health) (website
  • Environmental Justice Website (website) eJolt


  • The Falmouth Project: Architecture and History (website) by Louis P. Nelson
  • The Fish Revolution 1400-1700 (website) by Poul Holm
  • Five Boroughs: Buidling Age NYC (website) bdon.org
  • The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe, 1769-1794: Mapping the Trade of the Societe Typographique de Neuchatel (website) University of Leeds


  • A Genetic Atlas of Human Admixture History (website) by G. Hellenthal, et.al.
  • Geo Cart (website) American Society for Environmental History
  • Geodia (website) University of Texas Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services
  • Geographically-Integrated History: GIS for Historians and Historical Social Scientists (website) J.B. Owens, Idaho State University
  • Geography of the Post: U.S. Post Offices in the Nineteenth-Century West (website) Cameron Blevins and Jason Heppler
  • Geoportail (Roads and Cities of 18th Century France) (website) EHESS – Laboratoire de démographie et d’histoire sociale – Thèmes
  • Georgia’s Natural, Archaeological, and Historical Resources GIS (website) Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the University of Georgia
  • Geospatial Historian (website) by Jim Clifford, Josh MacFadyen, and Daniel Macfarlane
  • German Traces NYC (website) Goethe Institut
  • GIS and History page (website) at the University of Saskatchewan Library
  • Global Forest Watch Interactive Map (website) Global Forest Watch
  • Global Historical Admissions Map (website) CarbonBrief
  • Going to the Show: Mapping Moviegoing in North Carolina (website) UNC University Libraries, State Library of North Carolina, and Robert C. Allen
  • Google Ancient Places: Finding Ancient Mediterranean Places in Literature (website) by Elton Barker, et.al.
  • Govan: Scotland’s Melting Pot, 1891 (website) A History of Working Class Marriage, Centre for Gender History at the University of Glasgow
  • Great Britain Historical GIS (website) at University of Portsmouth
  • Greene Street Project: A Long History of a Short Block (website) by William Easterly, Laura Freschi, and Steven Pennings at the NYU Development Research Institute (DRI)
  • The Grub Street Project (website) Directed by Allison Muri, Digital Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan


  • Hestia (website): by Elton Barker, Stefan Bouzarovski, Chris Pelling, and Leif Isaksen.
  • HGIS Germany (website) in Mainz, Germany
  • Hidden Patterns of the Civil War (website) Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond
  • Historical Atlas of Canada Online Learning Project (website) University of Toronto
  • Historical Geography: Intellectual Disabilities in Australia (website) History Department, Sydney University
  • Historical GIS at UNC-Chapill Hill (website) University of North Carolina, Chapill Hill
  • Historical GIS Clearinghouse and Forum (website) from the Association of American Geographers
  • Historical GIS Lab (this website) (reviews) at the University of Saskatchewan
  • Historical GIS of Europe (website) Department of Geography and Sociology, University of Lleida
  • The Historical GIS Research Network (website) by Ian Gregory
  • Historical Maps Collection of Fredericton, NB (website) University of New Brunswick and the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
  • Historical Maps of Nova Scotia (website) Nova Scotia Archives
  • Historical Maps of the Habsburg Empire (website) Oesterreichishes Staatsarchiv
  • Historical Maps of Toronto (website) by Nathan Ng
  • The Historical Urban Ecological GIS Data Portal (website) Center for Population Economics
  • The Historic Welland Canals: A Virtual Tour (website) James A. Gibson Library, Brock University
  • Homestead Nebraska: Network Analysis and Mapping of Nebraska Homesteads (website) University of Nebraska, Great Plains Art Museum
  • Hypercities (website) University of California Los Angeles, University of Southern California, The City University of New York and CUNY-Baruch College, Pilipino Workers’ Center, and Public Matters, Los Angeles


  • imagineRio (website) Rice University Humanities Research Center.
  • The Imag(in)ing London Historical GIS Project (website) Human Environments Analysis Laboratory, Western University
  • Institute of Historical Research (website) University of London, School of Advanced Study
  • The Interactive Nolli Map Website (website) University of Oregon
  • The Invasion of America: How the United States took over an Eighth of the World (website) eHistory.org, Claudio Saunt


  • Jim Clifford: An Environmental and Digital Historian of London and the British World (website) by Jim Clifford
  • Josh MacFadyen: Canadian, Environmental, and Digital History (website) by Josh MacFadyen


  • Keweenaw Time Traveler (website)by the Historical Environments Spatial Analytics Lab at Michigan Tech University
  • Killing the Colorado (website) by ProPublica
  • Know Your Place (website) Bristol City Council


  • Land Cover Trends Field Photo Map (website) U.S. Geological Survey
  • LandMark: Global Platform of Indigenous and Community Lands (website) Land Mark Project Team
  • Land of Thundering Snow (website) Revelstoke Museum and Archives.
  • Layers of London (website) The British Library, London Metropolitan Archives, Historic England, The National Archives, MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
  • Lincoln Mullen (website) by Lincoln Mullen
  • Linguistic Atlas Project (website) University of Georgia
  • Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain (website) King’s College, London
  • The Living New Deal (website) University of California, Berkeley
  • Locating London’s Past (website)Centre for Metropolitan History
  • Lviv Interactive (website) Center for Urban History of East Central Europe


  • Manchester’s LGBT History Mapped (website) by Manchester Evening News
  • The Map of Early Modern London (website) University of Victoria
  • Map of Our Work (website) Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
  • Mapping Audubon (website) by Erika L. Jenns
  • Mapping a Writer’s World: A Geographic Chronology of Willa Cather’s Life (website) Willa Cather Archive
  • Mapping Black Central Europe (website) University of Michigan
  • Mapping Decline: St. Louis and the American City (website) by Colin Gordon
  • The Mapping Dubliners Project (website) by Jasmine Mulliken
  • Mapping Du Bois (website) Project Director, Amy Hillier
  • Mapping Gothic France (website) Media Center for Art History, Columbia University
  • Mapping Historic Philadelphia: Recreating Life In America’s First City (website) by Paul Sivitz and Billy G. Smith
  • Mapping History (website) Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet Muenster and University of Oregon
  • Mapping Indigenous LA (website) UCLA American Indian Studies Center
  • Mapping IWW Campaigns, Strikes, Arrests, Persecution (website) IWW History Project, Mapping American Social Movements, University of Washington
  • Mapping John Glassco’s Memoirs of Montparnasse (website) by Anouk Lang
  • Mapping Medieval Chester: Place and Identity in an English Borderland City c.1200-1500 (website) Principal Investigator, Catherine Clarke, et.al.
  • Mapping Occupation: Force, Freedom and the Army in Reconstruction (website) University of Georgia.
  • Mapping Our Anzacs (website) (); National Archives of Australia
  • Mapping Population Change in Ireland 1841-1851: Quantitative Analysis Using Historical GIS (website) (); by Stewart Fotheringham, Mary Kelly, and Martin Charlton
  • Mapping Shakespeare’s London (website) (); King’s College London
  • Mapping St. Petersburg: Experiments in Literary Cartography (website) (q); by Sarah J. Young and John Levin
  • Mapping Texts (website) (); Stanford University and University of North Texas
  • Mapping the Gulag: Russia’s Prison System from the 1930s to the Present (website) (); Economic and Social Research Council
  • Mapping the Jewish Communities of the Byzantine Empire (website) (); Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge
  • Mapping the Lakes: A Literary GIS (website) (); Department of English and Creative Writing, Bowland College, Lancaster University
  • Mapping the Medieval Urban Landscape: Edward I’s New Towns of England and Wales (website) (); by Steven Trick
  • Mapping the Moment: Performance Culture in Nottingham 1857-1867 (website) (); The University of Nottingham
  • Mapping the Republic of Letters (website) (); Stanford University
  • MCC Slave Voyage The Unity 1761-1763 (website) (): Zeeland Archives
  • Medieval Parks, Gardens and Designed Landscapes (website) () by Spencer Gavin Smith
  • Montréal, l’avenir du passé (website) () by Robert C.H. Sweeny.
  • Myths on Maps (website) (); University of Victoria
  • Master’s Program in Historical GIS (website) () at Idaho State University



    • Names in Brick & Stone: Histories from the University’s Built Landscape website : University of North Carolina.
    • National Historical GISwebsite  at University of Minnesota
    • National Library of Scotland: Explore Georeferenced Maps – 3D viewer website ; National Library of Scotland
    • National Park Mapswebsite  by Matt Holly
    • Native America Project: Indian Fur Trade and Trading Postswebsite  by Geoff Mangum
    • The Negro Travelers’ Green Book website ; University of South Carolina


    • Old Maps Online website ; JISC, University of Portsmouth, and Klokan Technologies
    • OldNYCwebsite  by Dan Vanderkam, et.al.
    • Old World Drought Atlas website : International Research Institute for Climate and Society
    • One Hundred Years of Seismic Activitywebsite : U.S. Geological Survey
    • Online Mapping System website ; Ohio Historic Preservation Office
    • On the Line: How Schooling, Housing, and Civil Rights Shaped Hartford and Its Suburbs website ; by Jack Dougherty
    • OpenHistoricalMapwebsite
    • Orbis: The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World website ; Stanford University
    • Ordnance Survey Maps – Six-inch England and Wales, 1842-1952 website ; National Library of Scotland
    • Overland Trade Project website ; Michaell Hicks, et. al.


  • Pelagios website ; Project Directors: Leif Isaksen, Elton Barker, and Rainer Simon
  • Philadelphia and Its People in Maps: The 1790s website  by By Paul Sivitz and Billy G. Smith
  • PhilaPlace: Sharing Stories from the City of Neighborhoods website ; Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Department of Records, and PennDesign
  • Pittsburgh Historic Maps website : ESRI
  • Placing Literature: Where Your Book Meets Map website ; Arts Council of Greater New Haven
  • Pleiades website ; Ancient World Mapping Center, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
  • POBEDITELI: Soldiers of the Great War website  by Jan Cherniak and Jane Zavalishina et.al.
  • The Pollution Landscape, 1970—2000 website  by Jason Heppler.



  • Railroads and the Making of Modern America website  by William G. Thomas III, Richard Healey, and Ian Cottingham, University of Nebraska Lincoln
  • REED: Records of Early English Dramas website ; Co-Directors, Sally-Beth MacLean and Alan Somerset
  • Regional Environmental History Atlas of South Central Ontario website ; Trent University 
  • Regnum Francorum Online website ; by Johan Ahlfeldt
  • The Reputed Plague Pits of London website : Historic UK
  • reVilna: Vilnius Ghetto Project website : reVilna and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
  • Routes of Sefarad: Network of Jewish Quarters in Spain website ; Museum of Jewish History


  • Santas Around the World website ; Matt Artz
  • Slave Revolt in Jamaica, 1760-1761: A Cartographic Narrative website ; by Charles Warren
  • Smith Creek Watershed: Wetland Loss Viewer website : University of Saskatchewa
  • Social Explorer website  by Andrew Beveridge
  • The Soil Maps of Latin America & Caribbean Islands website  European Commission-DG Joint Research Centre, Institute for Environment and Sustainability
  • SOLO Map Search website : University of Oxford
  • Spatial History Project website  at Stanford University
  • The Spatial History Project: Holocaust Geographies website ; Anne Knowles, Albert Giordano, et al.
  • Spatial Humanities: A Project of the Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship website ; Scholar’s Lab, University of Virginia Library
  • Swag Diplomacy: Black Travel Memoirs website  by Dr. Stephanie Y. Evans


  • Ta’n Weji-sqalia’tiek: Mi’kmaw Place Names website : Mi’kmaq-Nova Scotia-Canada Tripartite Forum, Culture and Heritage Committee
  • Toronto Historic Maps website ; ESRI
  • The Toronto Park Lot Project website;  by Wendy Smith
  • Tracks in Time: The Leeds Tithe Map Project website ; West Yorkshire Archive Service
  • Trading Consequences website ; York University, University of Edinburgh, University of St. Andrews
  • Trans Atlantic Slave Trade Visualization website  by Matthew Burdumy and Adam Rothman


  • The UK Building Age Map website : CRDC Maps
  • Urban Layers website ; Morphocode
  • Urban Transition Historical GIS Project website ; Directed by John Logan, Brown University
  • U.S. Homophile Internationalism: Archive and Exhibit website : Marc Stein, et.al.
  • US News Map website  by Georgia Research Tech Institute, eHistory at the University of Georgia


  • The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War website ; by Edward L. Ayers
  • viHistory website ; Humanities Media and Computing Centre at the University of Victoria
  • A Vision of Britain Through Time website ; University of Portsmouth
  • Visualizing Early Washington DC website ; Imaging Research Center
  • Visualizing Emancipation website ; Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond
  • Visualizing Urban Geographies website ; National Library of Scotland
  • Visualizing Venice website ; Founder, Caroline Bruzelius
  • Voting America: United States Politics, 1840-2008. website ; Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond


  • Walking Moraley’s Streets: Philadelphia website  by Billy G. Smith
  • Walking Ulysses: Joyce’s Dublin Today website ; Boston College
  • Waterlines: Discover and Explore Seattle’s Past Landscapes website ; The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
  • Welikia Historic Ecology of New York City website : Wildlife Conservation Society
  • West Ham Industry website reviews page; by Jim Clifford
  • W. H. Pugsley Collection Of Early Canadian Maps 1556 to 1857 website ; Canadian GIS and Geomatics



  • You Are Here: 80 Years of Canadian Geographic Maps (website): Canadian Geographic