As family historians, maps are among the most visually interesting records we can use in our day-to-day research. Maps can help us discover a pattern in movements across county or state boundaries, and help us better understand the geography of a particular area.
Certified Genealogists, Pamela Boyer Sayre and Rick Sayre share why maps can reveal more than meets the eye, along with their favorite online and offline map sources that you can use in your family history research.
Explore some of the resources they discuss in the video,
- Library of Congress Map Collections
- University of Virginia Census Browser
- Newberry Library Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
- Preserve the Pensions
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