Atlapedia Online - World maps.
Best of History Web Sites: Maps - Map websites rated by history teachers.
Geo.data -- A central portal for access to maps and geospatial data from multiple agencies (mostly Federal). Categories include Atmosphere, Climate, Culture, Demographic, Business, Economic, Human Health and Disease, Utilities, Communications, and much more.
Google Maps - Getting from point A to point B just got a lot easier. Google Maps shows you where you want to go — and tells you what you'll find when you get there.
Infoplease Atlas - An excellent site which includes geography glossary, time zones, travel information, as well as state and country profiles.
John R. Borchert Map Library Links - Links to map tools and definitions.
Library of Congress Map Collections - Historical American and world map collections.
Map Collections: 1500-2004 - The Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress holds more than 4.5 million items, of which Map Collections represents only a small fraction, those that have been converted to digital form.
MapQuest - A great way to find directions and locations. Over 200 country maps are also available.
McCasland Digital Collection of Early Oklahoma and Indian Territory Maps at Oklahoma State University.
National Atlas of the United States -- Explore or download a comprehensive collection of small scale geospatial data from federal agencies.
National Geographic Map Machine - Maps and geography sponsored by National Geographic.
Oklahoma Department of Commerce - Click on "Data and Research" bar on left side of screen; click on "Maps" button.
Oklahoma Graphical Information Council - Links to several Oklahoma maps.
old-maps.co.uk - Providing access to Britain's most extensive digital historical map archive.
Outline Maps - Outline maps by geographical region. Maps include major rivers.
Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection - University of Texas.
Perry-Castaneda Library (Historical) Map Collection - Historical maps of the United States (University of Texas.)
Places in the News -- Library of Congress’ Geography and Map Division attempts to respond in a timely fashion to current events with maps that help researchers and educators locate areas relating to situations covered by news organizations.
Quick Maps of the World - Flags, maps, economy, geography, and climates from around the world.
ReliefWeb: MapCentre - Sponsored by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Rochambeau Map Collection - This collection features 26 printed maps and 40 manuscript maps and a manuscript atlas used by Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau during and after the American Revolution. The maps are dated from 1717 to 1795. The Comte was the Commander in Chief of the French forces during the American Revolution.
United Nations Cartographic Section - Maps and geographic information on the world's countries.
USA River Map - Major rivers and lakes of the USA.
WorldAtlas.com - Helping parents, teachers, students, and travelers around the world.
Zoom into Maps - offers hundreds of historical maps -- maps showing European exploration of the Americas; migration, population, and economic activity; the growth of roads, railways, canals, river systems, telephone systems, telegraph routes, and radio coverage; landforms, recreational, and wilderness areas; troop movements, battle routes, and campsites during major U.S. military conflicts; and more. (Library of Congress)