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Historical Maps from Around the World


David Rumsey Map Collection


Explore more than 100 historical maps from around the world dating from 1680–1930 and hand-selected by David Rumsey.



About the Collection


David Rumsey began collecting maps back in 1980, and since then has amassed more than 150,000 maps spanning from the 16th to the 21st century. Nearly 90,000 of those maps have been carefully digitized and made available online, making it easier for students, researchers and enthusiasts around the world to experience the history of the world in maps. Watch the video above to learn more about the collection. You can explore in person at the David Rumsey Map Center at Stanford University. You can view or page the actual map by using their online Stanford catalog. You can also access the images online at the David Rumsey Map Collection website. Explore the maps from the video: • Asia, 1710 • Paris, 1739 • San Francisco, 1859 • World Globe, 1587 • America, 1733



About the Collection


David Rumsey began collecting maps back in 1980, and since then has amassed more than 150,000 maps spanning from the 16th to the 21st century. Nearly 90,000 of those maps have been carefully digitized and made available online, making it easier for students, researchers and enthusiasts around the world to experience the history of the world in maps. Watch the video above to learn more about the collection. You can explore in person at the David Rumsey Map Center at Stanford University. You can view or page the actual map by using their online Stanford catalog. You can also access the images online at the David Rumsey Map Collection website. Explore the maps from the video: • Asia, 1710 • Paris, 1739 • San Francisco, 1859 • World Globe, 1587 • America, 1733



About the Collection


David Rumsey began collecting maps back in 1980, and since then has amassed more than 150,000 maps spanning from the 16th to the 21st century. Nearly 90,000 of those maps have been carefully digitized and made available online, making it easier for students, researchers and enthusiasts around the world to experience the history of the world in maps. Watch the video above to learn more about the collection. You can explore in person at the David Rumsey Map Center at Stanford University. You can view or page the actual map by using their online Stanford catalog. You can also access the images online at the David Rumsey Map Collection website. Explore the maps from the video: • Asia, 1710 • Paris, 1739 • San Francisco, 1859 • World Globe, 1587 • America, 1733




This four-sheet map shows the Italian terrain pictorially and includes settlements and common and post roads. The islands of Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily and Malta are also shown.




This map of the "East India Isles" shows what is now Southeast Asia, Indonesia and the Philippines.




This is a companion map to the 1852 Dripps Map of New York. It shows the area of the city north of 50th street, which was largely unsettled at the time except for farms.




This was one of the first maps of New York City to show each lot and building in the city to about 50th Street. The map's border has illustrations of important public buildings.




This topographical map also shows some householders' names, individual buildings and vegetation. It includes the Virginia shoreline zone as well.




An authority on the mapping of New York, Anson Stokes, said "this is one of the most beautiful nineteenth century plans or maps of Manhattan Island, and [it] is full of interesting information. It is perhaps the last example of really artistic map-making, as applied to Manhattan Island."




Oriented with north to the upper right, this terrain map includes seven detailed insets. It also shows illustrations of points of interest, charts of mountains and rivers, a list of prefectures and sea routes with distance.




B.R. Davies made detailed maps of London from about 1840 to 1869, and this is one of his earliest. It identifies buildings, parks, roads, bridges and important sites.




A very detailed map of England and Wales, this example shows roads by type, cities, market towns, latitude and longitude of notable places, villages with and without stages and more.




This engraved map of Ireland with colorful country borders is composed of four sheets. It has an ornamental cartouche or drawing and a historical note, plus an inset map of the sea coasts of Great Britain and Ireland.




This German map shows eastern China, Korea and Japan. It has three detailed inset maps displaying Shanghai, Jedo and Canton.




This map shows the 22 rivers on Saint Vincent that have enough water power to run sugar mills. Kingstown is shown on the south shore of the island.




This very detailed map of Saint Petersburg is a composite of a nine-sheet map which shows buildings, fields, canals and forts. It includes a dedication to the Empress Elizabeth, and unlike most maps it is oriented with north to the lower left-hand corner.




This map shows the Caribbean island with forested areas, coastal sandbars or shoals, churches, sugar mills and other cultural features.




This map shows forested areas, plantations, anchorages, forts, Carib villages and more. Terrain is displayed using hachures, or lines that demonstrate how steep a feature is.




Pownall's map shows the newly formed United States of America after the peace treaty with Britain in 1783 that ended the American Revolution.




The Mississippi River is shown here as it was in 1765, from the ancient Indian settlements at Caskaskia near St. Louis, south to New Orleans and the Mississippi delta.




This map was printed on two large folio sheets, which have been joined digitally. Montgomery Pike used this map as a base for his 1810 maps of Mexico and the American Southwest.




This colorful map reflects the numerous political changes in the Middle East at the end of World War I.




This detailed, large scale map of Oahu made the year of Hawaii's annexation by the United States, shows lots and plantation names, topography and town layouts.




On this map of the colony of New Zealand, the inset world map shows the British Isles and New Zealand in pink with the rest of the world in green.




This colorful, detailed map of Beijing shows the Imperial City, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven.




This early map shows a very detailed view of Denver and its vicinity. It includes four illustrations of buildings and city views and shows who owned the land.




When this map was made, Moscow was still the capital of Russia. In 1712 the capital was moved to Saint Petersburg on the Baltic coast. Moscovie or Moscovy was an older name for Russia.




This large-scale, illustrated global map includes a wealth of information including smaller spheres and charts in the corners.




This detailed map of Paris is a composite of 20 individual sheets. The draftsman was even allowed access to private homes to take measurements to accurately render the map.




This U.S. Coast Survey map covers the city of San Francisco and shows a contour map of the surrounding area. It also includes a reference table of notable public buildings.




This map of Moscow shows important buildings, parks and plazas with the features labeled in Russian. Insets show the view from the Sparrow Hill with the Novo-Devitichei Monastery in the foreground and the Church of the Assumption in the Kremlin.




This map shows the first plan of Moscow made using scientific surveying techniques. It was started in 1731 by I.A. Mordvnow, completed in 1739 by I.F. Michurin and printed in 1741. This digitized copy comes from the Atlas Russicus of 1745.




This two-sheet map shows Eastern and Western Australia combined. Counties in New South Wales and Western Australia are numbered with an accompanying key. It also includes extensive notes on recent discoveries.




This early, accurate map shows the new settlements of Western Australia. It includes six inset maps including a map of the city Perth.




In this map, Persia is shown with very light boundaries between it and Afghanistan, Pakistan and present-day Iraq — perhaps reflecting its dominance over those areas in the prior century.




This map shows the Arabian Peninsula and parts of Egypt. It also shows Trade routes and distances across the desert along with explorers' routes.




This map shows the Middle East from Turkey to Iraq and from Iran to Afghanistan as it existed before the era of European colonialism. It is combined from Keith Johnston's Map of Turkey in Asia, Asia Minor, and Transcaucasia (upper left) and his Map of Persia and Afghanistan (lower left).




This map of Ancient Rome displays major buildings and cultural features, which are identified by letter and region. And it includes drawings of the facades of 11 important buildings.




This map, which shows the British colonies in India at the beginning of the 19th century, is based on surveys made by the British East India Company which had a monopoly on trade in India at that time.




This engraved map of Scotland has the country borders outlined in color and includes classified roads and displays the terrain pictorially. The inset map shows the Shetland Islands at the same scale as the map.




This very detailed map of Brazil includes Paraguay and Uruguay within its borders.




This map is actually two maps joined — one showing the European part of Russia and the other the Asiatic part of Russia. By the end of the 18th century, when this map was made, Russia had become an empire stretching from Europe to the Pacific Ocean.




This map shows the locations of the Native American tribes in Argentina in the mid 19th century.




This map shows an English mapmaker's view of China and Korea at the beginning of the 19th century. Hong Kong and Shanghai have yet to rise to the prominence they would reach later in the century.




This map of Columbia shows the country when Venezuela and Ecuador were still included within its borders.




This map is a composite of three engraved nautical charts of Cuba joined together. It shows ship tracks, currents terrain and ocean depth.




This map shows Québec and its fortifications in the year 1759, when the city came under British control after they defeated the French forces.




In this map, Québec is expanding beyond its original walls with the additions of the St. John and St. Roch suburbs and the Seminary Domain. This map is an inset map in the 1815 map of Canada.




This map shows Greece as it appeared in ancient times and includes the old names for towns and regions. It also covers Macedonia and parts of Albania, Bulgaria and Turkey.




This map shows the expansion of Montreal to the north, east and west with the suburbs of Lewis, Québec and Recollet. The port also shows significant growth. This map is an one of the insets in the 1815 map of Canada.




This extraordinary 10-sheet map measures more than 10 feet by 5 feet when joined together. It has five views and three large inset maps of Montreal, Québec and Three Rivers. The detail and graphic elegance make this map one of the finest Canadian maps of the early 19th century.




This early map of Montreal shows the original city walls, fortifications and buildings.




This map shows businesses in the blocks just west of the Zócalo in Mexico City. It also includes a street directory.




This is one of the first maps to show Alaska as part of the United States, after it was purchased from Russia in 1867. Before that it was known as "Russian America."




This first detailed survey of Yosemite Valley shows interesting cultural features in the valley, many of which no longer exist. The steep valley cliffs are shown with a map style of the 19th century called hachuring — closely spaced lines to indicate slope.




This is one of the earliest U.S. Coast Survey maps of San Francisco, published just after the start of the gold rush of 1849. The map shows the city at that time, which extended only ten or eleven blocks west from the waterfront.




This map shows the western U.S. from California to the Rocky Mountains as still part of Mexico. Oregon extends northward into Canada, land then claimed by the U.S.




A beautiful map of San Francisco showing important buildings and public improvements as illustrations. The map celebrates the rebuilding of the city after the earthquake and fire of 1906. This edition of the map was updated in 1915.




This is one of the earliest maps of San Francisco Bay by the U.S. Coast Survey. The map only includes shoreline that was visible from the ocean and the bay. It also includes three profile views of the bay drawn along the bottom.




This map of contemporary Rome is divided into districts with the important buildings, plazas and other cultural features identified by letter. And it includes drawings of the facades of 17 important buildings.




This is one of the earliest maps of the L.A. basin, compiled by the first Californian State Engineer, William Hammond Hall. It is beautifully hand drawn in ink and pencil and shows the Los Angeles-San Bernadino Basin.




This map is a mosaic of 7 maps of Palestine from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The maps show Palestine in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This map shows Palestine when it was part of the Ottoman Empire. The rivers are printed in blue, and it includes list of Arabic terms with their English equivalents.




This map shows Palestine when it was governed by the British Mandate following World War I and includes an inset map of Jerusalem.




This early map of Lima, Peru shows the ancient city walls and fortifications, some of which still exist today. It includes a key to help locate public buildings and streets.




This map covers Central and Southern Africa along with Madagascar, Reunion, Mauritius and the Seychelles. There are many interesting notes in French on the geography and history of the area.




This map of Australia includes four detailed, inset maps, including an early map of Adelaide. The Nepean Bay map also includes height of the bay and high and low tides.




John Arrowsmith came from a long line of outstanding London map publishers. His maps of Australia were the most accurate, commercially-published maps in his time. He based his information on the latest accounts from explorers. This map shows the area north and south of present day Sydney before it was widely settled.




This map shows Buenos Aires at an early stage in its growth, although the immediate downtown area is fully built out. The railroads are prominently delineated. Much of the current city outside the old downtown is still countryside.




This map shows the trade routes across the Sahara Desert. Interestingly, much of the area south of the Sahara is labeled Soudan.




The country borders on this pictorial relief map are outlines in color. And the bottom of the map is lined with flags of the world.




Lewis and Clark's map and the written account of their expedition changed the mapping of the American Northwest by giving the first accurate depiction of the relationship of the sources of the Missouri River, the sources of the Columbia River and of the Rocky Mountains. It is a cornerstone map of American history.




This colorful map is an early depiction of Seattle and the surrounding area. It shows blocks, wharfs and subdivisions. The circles show distances from the city center.




Boulton's map of Africa shows many interesting place names and country boundaries that no longer exist. It was published as a wall map and in "A General Atlas Describing the Whole Universe" compiled by Thomas Kitchin, a prominent map publisher in London in the late 18th century.




This map of Edo (Tokyo) differs hugely from the present day metropolis, with the exception of the center of the map around the Imperial Palace, which has remained largely unchanged for over 300 years. Many properties are identified and cultural features such as temples are delineated pictorially.




This map shows the influence of Western cartographic style on Japanese maps that occurred after 1860 when the country was opened up to foreigners.




This wood block print map is oriented with north to the right. It shows land tenures of daimyo and hatamoto with some crests. The main temples and shrines are illustrated, and it includes a distance chart, lists of tides, a flower calendar and a legend.




This hand-colored, wood block print shows terrain pictorially. It includes a distance chart and information on the main temples and shrines.




This wood block print map has north oriented to the left. It shows terrain pictorially, with mountains in profile on two sides of the map.




This map of Tokyo is oriented with north to the right, and shows the land tenures of daimyo and hatamoto along with some crests. In addition to the distance chart and legend, it shows the main temples and shrines pictorially.




This hand-colored, wood block print of Japan displays locations, including shrines, seasonal diagrams and daimyo domains, pictorially.




This map is based on the map of South America by D'Anville, one of the finest French map makers of the 18th century. It shows many new discoveries by explorers along the coast lines.




This map shows the mountainous terrain of Hessen, Germany. The inset maps display Schaumburg and Cassel, and Frankfurt is shown on the southern boundary.




This map shows the waterway from the mouth of the Eider River on the North Sea to Kiel on the Baltic. Schleswig was an important trading connection between the two seas. It includes inset maps of the city of Schleswig, Friedrichsort and Fehmern.




This detailed topographical map of Switzerland includes descriptive text and titles in French, which was unusual for the London publisher, William Faden.




This map of Nassau includes three inset maps of Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and Hessen Homburg. Terrain is displayed using hachures, or lines that demonstrate how steep a feature is.




This map shows Hanover as a kingdom. Five years after this map was published, Hanover was annexed by Prussia.




This map shows Paris before the construction of Baron Haussmann's parks, radial roads and plazas in the 1860's. The Paris shown here is still largely a medieval city.




This map shows Baden on the west side up to the Rhine River and Würtemberg on the east. Both Baden and Würtemberg joined the German Empire in 1871.




This combined two-sheet map of Paris includes drawings of the facades of 24 important buildings along the bottom edge of the map.




This hand-colored map shows the boundaries of administrative divisions of the area. It includes three inset maps.




This hand-colored map includes inset maps of the Wernigerode, Ilsenburg, Blanken, Elbingerode, Goslar, Zellerfeld-Clausthal, Brocken and Harzegerode-Ballenstedt regions.




Portugal and Algarve, the southernmost part of Portugal, are shown at a time when Portugal's colonies extended into South America, Africa and India. The map also shows the western provinces of Spain.




This colorful map shows the German provinces around the Rhine River and includes Luxembourg.




This map is a reduced scale version of the original Cassini 186-sheet survey of France that was completed between 1750 and 1818. This version was made in 1790.




This map of Berlin includes a drawing of the skyline, a list of statues and a list of hotels and guesthouses.




At the time of this map, Pommern was a province of Prussia. Today, the eastern part of Pommern is part of Poland.




This is a very detailed map of Bayern or Bavaria. It includes with seven inset city maps and is composed of four sheets.




Sachsen (Saxony) joined the German Empire in 1871 and remained a kingdom until 1918. This map includes a very detailed map of Dresden and environs.




When this map was made, Brandenburg was a province of Prussia and Berlin was the capital of Prussia.




This map shows east and west Prussia which were provinces of the Kingdom of Prussia. West Prussia was annexed from Poland in 1772.




This map shows the northern part of Sachsen (Saxony) that became a province of Prussia in the early 19th century. It includes inset maps of Halle, Magdenburg and Erfurt.




Posen was a province of Prussia at the time this map was made. Most of Posen became part of Poland in the 20th century.




This map shows Spain divided into the States of Castile and Aragon. It also depicts Portugal.




This map of Sweden, Norway and the Danish islands includes a detailed cartouche, and includes a legend in multiple languages.




This map shows imperial Russia extending from eastern Europe to the Aleutian Islands.




This detailed map of Northern India shows the provinces of Delhi, Agrah, Oude and Ellahabad. The symbols show passes, great roads, fields of battle, forts, towns and cities.




This map was created as a survey of Bengal and Bahar by the British East India Company. It is full of interesting detail, especially in the areas around Calcutta and the delta of the Ganges River.




This very detailed map of Calcutta was made from surveys taken from 1847 to 1849. It shows private and public buildings, temples, aqueducts, and ground levels above the tide.




This large, engraved map was printed on four sheets and shows the terrain pictorially. The colorful map also includes historical and geographical notes.




This map, in both a black and white and hand-colored versions, is based on a Buddhist view of the world with India at the center. On the map in the Himalayan mountains are represented by a quadruple helix symbolizing the origins of the four great rivers of the region — the Indus, the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Sutlej — which emanate from the heads of a horse, a lion, an elephant and an ox.




This map of Peru appeared in the first atlas of Peru, published in 1865. The method of showing topography is unusual — a combination of figures, tints and shading.




This map was originally made for the French East India Company which had large trading interests in West Africa in the 18th century. It has an ornate illustration, also called a cartouche, and includes many notes on the history and geography of the country.




This map is a mosaic of 10 maps of the upper Nile River from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean, in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This detailed map of Madrid shows outlines of important buildings, parks, streets and plazas. It also includes drawings of the facades of 12 important buildings.




This map is a mosaic of 18 maps of the Nile River delta from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean, in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This map is a mosaic of 12 maps of the mid-Nile River from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean in remarkable detail with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This global map is made from a flat map of the world using Mercator's projection. The routes of several explorers are shown, and the interiors of Africa and Australia are incomplete as they were largely unknown at the time.




This celestial globe made in Rome by Giovanni Cassini in 1792 is constructed from 12 engraved globe gores, or segments. All of the constellations and important stars are shown, and the heavens are shown as they would be seen by an observer looking towards the Earth from outside the universe.




This globe shows contemporary discoveries in the Pacific as well as the routes of three of Captain James Cook's voyages. It was made by Giovanni Cassini, a cartographer and publisher in Rome. He was one of the last of the Italian globe makers active at the end of the 18th century.




This map shows present day South Africa and the countries north of it. A note on the map states that it was copied from original manuscript maps in the British Colonial Office.




This is a rare early pocket map of Chicago that was made before most of the city burned in the great fire of 1871. It includes a list of omnibus lines, cab fare and population.




The first large scale map of North America and the most accurate at the time, this map shows the extent of the British, French and Spanish colonial possessions.




The "eagle" map of the United States is most extraordinary and rare: It shows an eagle superimposed in engraving and color on a map of the U.S., with the talons in Florida, the eye in Vermont, and the wings spreading west to the Missouri Territory.




This map shows block numbers, wards, and major buildings. It also covers Georgetown and includes statistical tables and illustrations of important buildings.




This four-sheet map shows the Italian terrain pictorially and includes settlements and common and post roads. The islands of Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily and Malta are also shown.




This map of the "East India Isles" shows what is now Southeast Asia, Indonesia and the Philippines.




This is a companion map to the 1852 Dripps Map of New York. It shows the area of the city north of 50th street, which was largely unsettled at the time except for farms.




This was one of the first maps of New York City to show each lot and building in the city to about 50th Street. The map's border has illustrations of important public buildings.




This topographical map also shows some householders' names, individual buildings and vegetation. It includes the Virginia shoreline zone as well.




An authority on the mapping of New York, Anson Stokes, said "this is one of the most beautiful nineteenth century plans or maps of Manhattan Island, and [it] is full of interesting information. It is perhaps the last example of really artistic map-making, as applied to Manhattan Island."




Oriented with north to the upper right, this terrain map includes seven detailed insets. It also shows illustrations of points of interest, charts of mountains and rivers, a list of prefectures and sea routes with distance.




B.R. Davies made detailed maps of London from about 1840 to 1869, and this is one of his earliest. It identifies buildings, parks, roads, bridges and important sites.




A very detailed map of England and Wales, this example shows roads by type, cities, market towns, latitude and longitude of notable places, villages with and without stages and more.




This engraved map of Ireland with colorful country borders is composed of four sheets. It has an ornamental cartouche or drawing and a historical note, plus an inset map of the sea coasts of Great Britain and Ireland.




This German map shows eastern China, Korea and Japan. It has three detailed inset maps displaying Shanghai, Jedo and Canton.




This map shows the 22 rivers on Saint Vincent that have enough water power to run sugar mills. Kingstown is shown on the south shore of the island.




This very detailed map of Saint Petersburg is a composite of a nine-sheet map which shows buildings, fields, canals and forts. It includes a dedication to the Empress Elizabeth, and unlike most maps it is oriented with north to the lower left-hand corner.




This map shows the Caribbean island with forested areas, coastal sandbars or shoals, churches, sugar mills and other cultural features.




This map shows forested areas, plantations, anchorages, forts, Carib villages and more. Terrain is displayed using hachures, or lines that demonstrate how steep a feature is.




Pownall's map shows the newly formed United States of America after the peace treaty with Britain in 1783 that ended the American Revolution.




The Mississippi River is shown here as it was in 1765, from the ancient Indian settlements at Caskaskia near St. Louis, south to New Orleans and the Mississippi delta.




This map was printed on two large folio sheets, which have been joined digitally. Montgomery Pike used this map as a base for his 1810 maps of Mexico and the American Southwest.




This colorful map reflects the numerous political changes in the Middle East at the end of World War I.




This detailed, large scale map of Oahu made the year of Hawaii's annexation by the United States, shows lots and plantation names, topography and town layouts.




On this map of the colony of New Zealand, the inset world map shows the British Isles and New Zealand in pink with the rest of the world in green.




This colorful, detailed map of Beijing shows the Imperial City, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven.




This early map shows a very detailed view of Denver and its vicinity. It includes four illustrations of buildings and city views and shows who owned the land.




When this map was made, Moscow was still the capital of Russia. In 1712 the capital was moved to Saint Petersburg on the Baltic coast. Moscovie or Moscovy was an older name for Russia.




This large-scale, illustrated global map includes a wealth of information including smaller spheres and charts in the corners.




This detailed map of Paris is a composite of 20 individual sheets. The draftsman was even allowed access to private homes to take measurements to accurately render the map.




This U.S. Coast Survey map covers the city of San Francisco and shows a contour map of the surrounding area. It also includes a reference table of notable public buildings.




This map of Moscow shows important buildings, parks and plazas with the features labeled in Russian. Insets show the view from the Sparrow Hill with the Novo-Devitichei Monastery in the foreground and the Church of the Assumption in the Kremlin.




This map shows the first plan of Moscow made using scientific surveying techniques. It was started in 1731 by I.A. Mordvnow, completed in 1739 by I.F. Michurin and printed in 1741. This digitized copy comes from the Atlas Russicus of 1745.




This two-sheet map shows Eastern and Western Australia combined. Counties in New South Wales and Western Australia are numbered with an accompanying key. It also includes extensive notes on recent discoveries.




This early, accurate map shows the new settlements of Western Australia. It includes six inset maps including a map of the city Perth.




In this map, Persia is shown with very light boundaries between it and Afghanistan, Pakistan and present-day Iraq — perhaps reflecting its dominance over those areas in the prior century.




This map shows the Arabian Peninsula and parts of Egypt. It also shows Trade routes and distances across the desert along with explorers' routes.




This map shows the Middle East from Turkey to Iraq and from Iran to Afghanistan as it existed before the era of European colonialism. It is combined from Keith Johnston's Map of Turkey in Asia, Asia Minor, and Transcaucasia (upper left) and his Map of Persia and Afghanistan (lower left).




This map of Ancient Rome displays major buildings and cultural features, which are identified by letter and region. And it includes drawings of the facades of 11 important buildings.




This map, which shows the British colonies in India at the beginning of the 19th century, is based on surveys made by the British East India Company which had a monopoly on trade in India at that time.




This engraved map of Scotland has the country borders outlined in color and includes classified roads and displays the terrain pictorially. The inset map shows the Shetland Islands at the same scale as the map.




This very detailed map of Brazil includes Paraguay and Uruguay within its borders.




This map is actually two maps joined — one showing the European part of Russia and the other the Asiatic part of Russia. By the end of the 18th century, when this map was made, Russia had become an empire stretching from Europe to the Pacific Ocean.




This map shows the locations of the Native American tribes in Argentina in the mid 19th century.




This map shows an English mapmaker's view of China and Korea at the beginning of the 19th century. Hong Kong and Shanghai have yet to rise to the prominence they would reach later in the century.




This map of Columbia shows the country when Venezuela and Ecuador were still included within its borders.




This map is a composite of three engraved nautical charts of Cuba joined together. It shows ship tracks, currents terrain and ocean depth.




This map shows Québec and its fortifications in the year 1759, when the city came under British control after they defeated the French forces.




In this map, Québec is expanding beyond its original walls with the additions of the St. John and St. Roch suburbs and the Seminary Domain. This map is an inset map in the 1815 map of Canada.




This map shows Greece as it appeared in ancient times and includes the old names for towns and regions. It also covers Macedonia and parts of Albania, Bulgaria and Turkey.




This map shows the expansion of Montreal to the north, east and west with the suburbs of Lewis, Québec and Recollet. The port also shows significant growth. This map is an one of the insets in the 1815 map of Canada.




This extraordinary 10-sheet map measures more than 10 feet by 5 feet when joined together. It has five views and three large inset maps of Montreal, Québec and Three Rivers. The detail and graphic elegance make this map one of the finest Canadian maps of the early 19th century.




This early map of Montreal shows the original city walls, fortifications and buildings.




This map shows businesses in the blocks just west of the Zócalo in Mexico City. It also includes a street directory.




This is one of the first maps to show Alaska as part of the United States, after it was purchased from Russia in 1867. Before that it was known as "Russian America."




This first detailed survey of Yosemite Valley shows interesting cultural features in the valley, many of which no longer exist. The steep valley cliffs are shown with a map style of the 19th century called hachuring — closely spaced lines to indicate slope.




This is one of the earliest U.S. Coast Survey maps of San Francisco, published just after the start of the gold rush of 1849. The map shows the city at that time, which extended only ten or eleven blocks west from the waterfront.




This map shows the western U.S. from California to the Rocky Mountains as still part of Mexico. Oregon extends northward into Canada, land then claimed by the U.S.




A beautiful map of San Francisco showing important buildings and public improvements as illustrations. The map celebrates the rebuilding of the city after the earthquake and fire of 1906. This edition of the map was updated in 1915.




This is one of the earliest maps of San Francisco Bay by the U.S. Coast Survey. The map only includes shoreline that was visible from the ocean and the bay. It also includes three profile views of the bay drawn along the bottom.




This map of contemporary Rome is divided into districts with the important buildings, plazas and other cultural features identified by letter. And it includes drawings of the facades of 17 important buildings.




This is one of the earliest maps of the L.A. basin, compiled by the first Californian State Engineer, William Hammond Hall. It is beautifully hand drawn in ink and pencil and shows the Los Angeles-San Bernadino Basin.




This map is a mosaic of 7 maps of Palestine from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The maps show Palestine in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This map shows Palestine when it was part of the Ottoman Empire. The rivers are printed in blue, and it includes list of Arabic terms with their English equivalents.




This map shows Palestine when it was governed by the British Mandate following World War I and includes an inset map of Jerusalem.




This early map of Lima, Peru shows the ancient city walls and fortifications, some of which still exist today. It includes a key to help locate public buildings and streets.




This map covers Central and Southern Africa along with Madagascar, Reunion, Mauritius and the Seychelles. There are many interesting notes in French on the geography and history of the area.




This map of Australia includes four detailed, inset maps, including an early map of Adelaide. The Nepean Bay map also includes height of the bay and high and low tides.




John Arrowsmith came from a long line of outstanding London map publishers. His maps of Australia were the most accurate, commercially-published maps in his time. He based his information on the latest accounts from explorers. This map shows the area north and south of present day Sydney before it was widely settled.




This map shows Buenos Aires at an early stage in its growth, although the immediate downtown area is fully built out. The railroads are prominently delineated. Much of the current city outside the old downtown is still countryside.




This map shows the trade routes across the Sahara Desert. Interestingly, much of the area south of the Sahara is labeled Soudan.




The country borders on this pictorial relief map are outlines in color. And the bottom of the map is lined with flags of the world.




Lewis and Clark's map and the written account of their expedition changed the mapping of the American Northwest by giving the first accurate depiction of the relationship of the sources of the Missouri River, the sources of the Columbia River and of the Rocky Mountains. It is a cornerstone map of American history.




This colorful map is an early depiction of Seattle and the surrounding area. It shows blocks, wharfs and subdivisions. The circles show distances from the city center.




Boulton's map of Africa shows many interesting place names and country boundaries that no longer exist. It was published as a wall map and in "A General Atlas Describing the Whole Universe" compiled by Thomas Kitchin, a prominent map publisher in London in the late 18th century.




This map of Edo (Tokyo) differs hugely from the present day metropolis, with the exception of the center of the map around the Imperial Palace, which has remained largely unchanged for over 300 years. Many properties are identified and cultural features such as temples are delineated pictorially.




This map shows the influence of Western cartographic style on Japanese maps that occurred after 1860 when the country was opened up to foreigners.




This wood block print map is oriented with north to the right. It shows land tenures of daimyo and hatamoto with some crests. The main temples and shrines are illustrated, and it includes a distance chart, lists of tides, a flower calendar and a legend.




This hand-colored, wood block print shows terrain pictorially. It includes a distance chart and information on the main temples and shrines.




This wood block print map has north oriented to the left. It shows terrain pictorially, with mountains in profile on two sides of the map.




This map of Tokyo is oriented with north to the right, and shows the land tenures of daimyo and hatamoto along with some crests. In addition to the distance chart and legend, it shows the main temples and shrines pictorially.




This hand-colored, wood block print of Japan displays locations, including shrines, seasonal diagrams and daimyo domains, pictorially.




This map is based on the map of South America by D'Anville, one of the finest French map makers of the 18th century. It shows many new discoveries by explorers along the coast lines.




This map shows the mountainous terrain of Hessen, Germany. The inset maps display Schaumburg and Cassel, and Frankfurt is shown on the southern boundary.




This map shows the waterway from the mouth of the Eider River on the North Sea to Kiel on the Baltic. Schleswig was an important trading connection between the two seas. It includes inset maps of the city of Schleswig, Friedrichsort and Fehmern.




This detailed topographical map of Switzerland includes descriptive text and titles in French, which was unusual for the London publisher, William Faden.




This map of Nassau includes three inset maps of Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and Hessen Homburg. Terrain is displayed using hachures, or lines that demonstrate how steep a feature is.




This map shows Hanover as a kingdom. Five years after this map was published, Hanover was annexed by Prussia.




This map shows Paris before the construction of Baron Haussmann's parks, radial roads and plazas in the 1860's. The Paris shown here is still largely a medieval city.




This map shows Baden on the west side up to the Rhine River and Würtemberg on the east. Both Baden and Würtemberg joined the German Empire in 1871.




This combined two-sheet map of Paris includes drawings of the facades of 24 important buildings along the bottom edge of the map.




This hand-colored map shows the boundaries of administrative divisions of the area. It includes three inset maps.




This hand-colored map includes inset maps of the Wernigerode, Ilsenburg, Blanken, Elbingerode, Goslar, Zellerfeld-Clausthal, Brocken and Harzegerode-Ballenstedt regions.




Portugal and Algarve, the southernmost part of Portugal, are shown at a time when Portugal's colonies extended into South America, Africa and India. The map also shows the western provinces of Spain.




This colorful map shows the German provinces around the Rhine River and includes Luxembourg.




This map is a reduced scale version of the original Cassini 186-sheet survey of France that was completed between 1750 and 1818. This version was made in 1790.




This map of Berlin includes a drawing of the skyline, a list of statues and a list of hotels and guesthouses.




At the time of this map, Pommern was a province of Prussia. Today, the eastern part of Pommern is part of Poland.




This is a very detailed map of Bayern or Bavaria. It includes with seven inset city maps and is composed of four sheets.




Sachsen (Saxony) joined the German Empire in 1871 and remained a kingdom until 1918. This map includes a very detailed map of Dresden and environs.




When this map was made, Brandenburg was a province of Prussia and Berlin was the capital of Prussia.




This map shows east and west Prussia which were provinces of the Kingdom of Prussia. West Prussia was annexed from Poland in 1772.




This map shows the northern part of Sachsen (Saxony) that became a province of Prussia in the early 19th century. It includes inset maps of Halle, Magdenburg and Erfurt.




Posen was a province of Prussia at the time this map was made. Most of Posen became part of Poland in the 20th century.




This map shows Spain divided into the States of Castile and Aragon. It also depicts Portugal.




This map of Sweden, Norway and the Danish islands includes a detailed cartouche, and includes a legend in multiple languages.




This map shows imperial Russia extending from eastern Europe to the Aleutian Islands.




This detailed map of Northern India shows the provinces of Delhi, Agrah, Oude and Ellahabad. The symbols show passes, great roads, fields of battle, forts, towns and cities.




This map was created as a survey of Bengal and Bahar by the British East India Company. It is full of interesting detail, especially in the areas around Calcutta and the delta of the Ganges River.




This very detailed map of Calcutta was made from surveys taken from 1847 to 1849. It shows private and public buildings, temples, aqueducts, and ground levels above the tide.




This large, engraved map was printed on four sheets and shows the terrain pictorially. The colorful map also includes historical and geographical notes.




This map, in both a black and white and hand-colored versions, is based on a Buddhist view of the world with India at the center. On the map in the Himalayan mountains are represented by a quadruple helix symbolizing the origins of the four great rivers of the region — the Indus, the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Sutlej — which emanate from the heads of a horse, a lion, an elephant and an ox.




This map of Peru appeared in the first atlas of Peru, published in 1865. The method of showing topography is unusual — a combination of figures, tints and shading.




This map was originally made for the French East India Company which had large trading interests in West Africa in the 18th century. It has an ornate illustration, also called a cartouche, and includes many notes on the history and geography of the country.




This map is a mosaic of 10 maps of the upper Nile River from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean, in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This detailed map of Madrid shows outlines of important buildings, parks, streets and plazas. It also includes drawings of the facades of 12 important buildings.




This map is a mosaic of 18 maps of the Nile River delta from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean, in remarkable detail, with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This map is a mosaic of 12 maps of the mid-Nile River from the famous 47-sheet Carte topographique de l'Egypte. The 47 maps show the course of the Nile from its source to the Mediterranean in remarkable detail with all names in French and Arabic. These maps remained the most accurate of the area until the British surveys of 1907.




This global map is made from a flat map of the world using Mercator's projection. The routes of several explorers are shown, and the interiors of Africa and Australia are incomplete as they were largely unknown at the time.




This celestial globe made in Rome by Giovanni Cassini in 1792 is constructed from 12 engraved globe gores, or segments. All of the constellations and important stars are shown, and the heavens are shown as they would be seen by an observer looking towards the Earth from outside the universe.




This globe shows contemporary discoveries in the Pacific as well as the routes of three of Captain James Cook's voyages. It was made by Giovanni Cassini, a cartographer and publisher in Rome. He was one of the last of the Italian globe makers active at the end of the 18th century.




This map shows present day South Africa and the countries north of it. A note on the map states that it was copied from original manuscript maps in the British Colonial Office.




This is a rare early pocket map of Chicago that was made before most of the city burned in the great fire of 1871. It includes a list of omnibus lines, cab fare and population.




The first large scale map of North America and the most accurate at the time, this map shows the extent of the British, French and Spanish colonial possessions.




The "eagle" map of the United States is most extraordinary and rare: It shows an eagle superimposed in engraving and color on a map of the U.S., with the talons in Florida, the eye in Vermont, and the wings spreading west to the Missouri Territory.




This map shows block numbers, wards, and major buildings. It also covers Georgetown and includes statistical tables and illustrations of important buildings.




This four-sheet map shows the Italian terrain pictorially and includes settlements and common and post roads. The islands of Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily and Malta are also shown.




This map of the "East India Isles" shows what is now Southeast Asia, Indonesia and the Philippines.




This is a companion map to the 1852 Dripps Map of New York. It shows the area of the city north of 50th street, which was largely unsettled at the time except for farms.


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Install & uninstall Google Earth Pro

Important: To use Google Earth Pro and its features, you must have the following versions of the app:

  • Version 7.1.8 or newer is required to use Google Earth Pro
  • Version 7.3.3 or newer is required to access Google Street View within Google Earth Pro

Toinstall or upgrade to the latest version of Google Earth Pro, download the application

System requirements

In order for Google Earth Pro to run on your computer, you must have all minimum system requirements.

Windows system configuration

Minimum:

  • Operating System: Windows 7
  • CPU: 1GHz or faster
  • System Memory (RAM): 2GB
  • Hard Disk: 2GB free space
  • Internet Connection
  • Graphics Processor: DirectX 9 or OpenGL 1.4 compatible

Recommended:

  • Operating System: Windows 7 or higher
  • CPU: 2GHz dual-core or faster
  • System Memory (RAM): 4GB
  • Hard Disk: 4GB free space
  • High-Speed Internet Connection
  • Graphics Processor: DirectX 11 or OpenGL 2.0 compatible
Mac system configuration

Minimum:

  • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8
  • CPU: Intel 64-bit
  • System Memory (RAM): 2GB
  • Hard Disk: 2GB free space
  • Internet Connection
  • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 1.4 compatible

Recommended:

  • Operating System: Mac OS 10.8 or later
  • CPU: Intel dual-core 64-bit
  • System Memory (RAM): 4GB
  • Hard Disk: 4GB free space
  • High-Speed Internet Connection
  • Graphics Processor: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
Linux system configuration

Minimum:

  • Operating System: Ubuntu 14/Fedora 23 (or equivalent) or newer
  • CPU: amd64 compatible, 1GHz
  • System Memory (RAM): 2GB
  • Hard Disk: 2GB free space
  • Internet Connection
  • 3D Graphics Subsystem: OpenGL 1.4 compatible

Recommended:

  • CPU: amd64 compatible, 2GHz
  • System Memory (RAM): 4GB
  • Hard Disk: 4GB free space
  • High-Speed Internet Connection
  • 3D Graphics Subsystem: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
  • Screen: 1280x1024, 32 bit color

Google Earth Pro functions with most recent versions of the Ubuntu and Fedora Linux distributions. Google Earth Pro may run on other popular distributions as well, but due to the wide variety of Linux platforms available, this is not guaranteed.

Install Google Earth Pro

Install Earth Pro on Windows
  1. Download Google Earth Pro.
  2. Double-click the file and follow the installation process.
  3. To open Google Earth Pro, click Start  Programs  Google Earth Pro. Then, click Google Earth Pro.
Install Earth Pro on a Mac
  1. Download Google Earth Pro.
  2. Open "GoogleEarthProMac-Intel.dmg".
  3. Open the "Install Google Earth Pro.pkg" file and follow the installation process.
  4. To open Google Earth Pro, open your Applications folder and double-click Google Earth Pro.

Note: During the installation process, Mac OS X will ask for an administrator password. This information is never shared with Google.

Fix installation errors

Before attempting any of the instructions below:

Fix common errors

MSI or .dll error

  1. To uninstall your version of Google Earth Pro, click Control Panel Uninstall a program.
    Note
    : in some versions of Windows, you need to click Control Panel Add or Remove Programs.
  2. Upgrade to the latest version from the Google Earth Pro download link.
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If you're having trouble connecting to Google Earth Pro and your machine has a software firewall, Google Earth Pro might not be able to access the internet. Examples of common anti-virus software firewalls include:

  • McAfee Personal Firewall Plus (also in McAfee Internet Security Suite)
  • ZoneAlarm
  • Norton Personal Firewall

To help fix firewall issues in your anti-virus software preferences, verify:

  • googleearth.exe is not blocked (Windows only)
  • Access to 'port 80' is available for non-browser applications

Note: Before Google Earth Pro software is installed, Mac OS X will ask that you input an administrator password. This information is never shared with Google.

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