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Reviewing Georgia Maps
In a culture now guided by GPS, a map may seem at best quaint and at worst cumbersome. Maps, though, whether they chart congressional districts or safe bicycle routes, still offer a reliable means of understanding how your environment affects you.
If you're a map enthusiast, following are a handful of collections you'll enjoy. You can also find detailed local maps on many cities' and counties' websites.
- Aerial Photographs & Interactive Maps, University of Georgia Libraries
- Beach & Saltwater Fishing Maps, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Resources Division
- Boating, Fishing & Hunting Maps, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division
- Bicycle Maps, Georgia Department of Transportation
- County Map & Demographic Data, U.S. Census Bureau
- Highway System Maps, U.S. Department of Transportation
- Historical, Physical & Political Maps, University System of Georgia
- Historical Maps, University of South Florida
- Historical Maps, University of Alabama
- Topographic Maps, U.S. Geological Survey
Map Courtesy Georgia General Assembly
About the Author
Noralil Ryan Fores writes about business, taxes, elections and the environment for GeorgiaGov. She's a graduate of Florida State University's film school and Syracuse University's journalism program.