- Map History/History of Cartography
- Berkeley Earth Science and Map Library
(See 'Internet Resources in Maps and Cartography')
Resources For Educators
- Florida Department of Environmental Protection
- Florida International University
- Florida State University
- University of Florida
- University of Miami
- University of North Florida
- University of South Florida
Florida Geological Survey
The Survey, through the retrospective holdings of the University of Florida, contributes its vast set of geologic survey maps. It's Map Series documents Florida's various geologic formations. Maps also show off-shore oil and gas fields.
The Survey's more current "born digital" collection is available online at http://www.dep.state.fl.us/geology/gisdatamaps/index.htm.
The Survey's associated text library is available through Florida Environments OnLine (FEOL).
Geographic Information Systems / Remote Sensing Analysis Lab
Latin American and Caribbean Information Center (LACiC)
Manuscript and Archives Collections
Reclaiming The Everglades
This joint product of the University of Miami's Archives and Special Collections, the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, and Florida International University's Everglades Digital Library, contributes maps of the Everglade National Park and the surrounding region.
The Department contributes from largely from among its collection of Florida maps, documenting the settlement of Florida from its colonial past through contemporary era.
The Special Collections of the Robert Manning Strozier Library provide maps from a variety of collections, including the Florida Collection and University Archives. Their contributions include maps of Florida, particularly North Florida, and of Florida State University.
Map & Imagery Library
This Library alone contains more than 497,800 maps; 266,500 aerial photographs; 2,250 remote sensing images; 7,215 atlases; and reference books. It is the largest academic map collection in the Southeast, and among the top five academic map collections in the entire United States.
The Map & Imagery Library contributes broadly to the PALMM World Map Collection. However, its contributions concentrate on antique and regional and world maps not held by the other contributors. Maps of Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, and the "Holy Lands" of the Middle East are heavily represented among its contributions.
The Manuscripts Collection contributes maps associated with its collections of regional interest. Its maps document Cuban agrarian history and the history of commercial agriculture before the revolution. Others document Haitian military and social history from the period of French colonization through the Haitian revolution.
The Rare Books Collection contributes maps and plates bound in books.
University Archives contribute maps and plans documenting University of Florida history.
Physical Plant Division
The Division's Architecture/Engineering section, in particular, contributes additional maps and plans of the University of Florida and its buildings.
Archives and Special Collections Department Rare Map Collection
General Map Collection
Special Collections and University Archives
The Thomas G. Carpenter Library's Special Collections and University Archives provide maps of Jacksonville and North Eastern Florida in general, together with maps and plans of the University of North Florida.
Special Collections Department
The Department, located in the Tampa Campus Library, contributes from among its collection of Florida maps, documenting the settlement of Florida from its colonial past through contemporary era. Its contributions are particularly strong in Gulf Coast and Tampa Bay area maps.