|WELCOME||Historical Maps of Pennsylvania||WELCOME|
Welcome to Historical Maps of Pennsylvania, showing images of the region and state from the 16th to the 21st century. Pennsylvania was founded in 1681, after a petition to the King of England from William Penn. The maps are organized chronologically, with road maps separate, and can be accessed using the links below. A few maps are illustrated here. Enjoy looking at this unique historical record of Pennsylvania.
|16th Century Maps||17th Century Maps||18th Century Maps||19th Century Maps||20th Century Maps||Road Maps|
This site contains over a thousand map images and direction to where others can be found. Also, the site is organized as a Checklist of Pennsylvania Maps to 1800 to provide a useful source tool. A little Pennsylvania history is woven into the descriptions and a list of cited references is included. Maps and commentary are added periodically, so check back if interested. Comments are welcome, especially corrections and additions to the Checklist, and can be sent to the email address below. To contribute a note or article on Pennsylvania maps, see the Articles page.
|Introduction||References||County Seats & Courthouses||Early County Map List||County Atlas List & Sampler|
|Pittsburgh 250||The 1872 Atlas||The 1900 Atlas||Site Outline|
The map images may take a while to download depending upon the Internet connection, so please be patient. If the link to a map is broken, try reloading the page. The quality of the images varies. Small maps and portions of large maps can be scanned and the image is usually good. Large maps must be photographed and the result is not as good, or the scale is small and only the general appearance of the map is seen. This site can be searched using the Google engine below.
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Website last revised: October 3, 2009
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