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Interactive maps and satellite/aerial imagery of the United States.
Offers maps and satellite images for complex or pinpointed regional searches.
North Carolina OneMap
Select and view multiple layers of information about North Carolina counties and cities. Information provided to this central site by local governments—more participate every day.
Contains a remarkable range of products and services to meet the diverse needs of people who are looking for maps and geographic information about America. Dynamic maps are innovative illustrations of geographic phenomena. They combine the science of mapping with today's multimedia to offer maps that are useful, understandable, and that stimulate interactivity.
Envisioned to provide public domain core geographic data about the US and its territories. Current pilot projects include Mecklenburg County, NC.
National Geographic Map Machine
Satellite, street and thematic interactive maps
View and Download digital orthophotos, topographic maps, and high-res ortho imagery. Sponsored by Microsoft and USGS.
Provides seamless, viewable and searchable USGS topographic maps of the United States on the Web with interactive features.
U.S. Census Tiger Map Service
Over 50 layers of data, including census of population and housing data that can be spatially represented.
United States National Atlas
Map almost any statistic collected by the U.S. government, including: census, weather, income, transportation, political divisions, land features, orthophotographs, etc. Zoom in to state or county level.
University of Virginia Library’s Historical Census Browser
Create tables and maps based on historical U.S. Census data. Coverage from 1790 through 1960. National, state and county level data available for most years.