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"Detailed information on communications, economic conditions, geography, government, people, military, transportation, & transnational issues for nearly all nations. Maps provided for all nations."
Library of Congress Maps Collection
Historical and current maps held by Library of Congress.
Perry-Casteñeda Map Collection (University of Texas)
"Extensive collection of digitized maps. International in scope. Includes maps of cities, states, regions, nations, and of the world. Political and historical maps are included."
Portland State Library Maps Collection
The Map Collection is located in the southeast corner of the 4th floor of the Branford Price Millar Library. It is a working collection consisting of atlases, topographic maps, aeronautical and nautical charts, geological maps, thematic maps, and travel maps of the World and the United States.
Finding Maps in the Catalog
PSU Libraries has a detailed guide to finding maps, though perhaps the easiest way to locate what you need is through the PSU Library catalog.
Begin by selecting the Advanced Search
Type in your country of Interest. Select "Maps" under Material Type
You may end up with many results. Use the sidebar to narrow search by type (print vs digital), date of print, or availability.
If you scroll down further, you will see "Subjects" and can find specific types of maps: Political, economic, and so on.