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Washington was once part of an area contested for between the U.S. and Great Britain. [...] »

Explore river life—with a particular focus on food harvesting. [...] »

There's more to the West than cowboys. [...] »

Explore New England's topography with more than 1,100 topographical maps, covering all of New England and parts of New York. [...] »

Follow the journey of two men through the western United States. [...] »

Explore Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin life through rare books. [...] »

Explore a wide range of Californian geological survey maps, dating from 1895 to present. [...] »

Explore cartography and the exploration of the North American continent. [...] »

Visit this website to learn the history of many of the 384 areas under the stewardship of the National Park Service. [...] »

How has land use altered over time, and what did the explorers encounter? [...] »