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DemographicsNow: (Gale Business)
Interested in mapped data? DemobraphicsNow allows you to create single-variable maps from a wide variety of demographic and retail datasets.
The Joint Archives of Holland has digital copies of the Sanborn Maps for West Michigan (these will be in black and white). Please contact the Joint Archives of Holland for access to the map you need. (firstname.lastname@example.org). They have the maps for 1902, 1908, 1916, and 1925.
Color digital Sanborn maps for Ottawa and Alleghan Counties are also available from the Library of Congress from 1883-1899.
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
This archive contains over 92,000 maps from the 16th to the 21st century, including many of Michigan. You can view these overlaid on Google Maps. These will export at a very high quality level.
A mapping project of California's Inland Empire created led by Claude Willey and Deena Capparelli with Mark Tsang.
Out of Eden Walk
Journalist Paul Salopek’s "21,000-mile odyssey" in which he follows the migration path of our ancestors.
Article about Matthew Jensen's New York City Wonder Walks project.