US Maps, Locations, Counties, and Directions  for Genealogy

City and county line boundaries have moved over time. Street names have been changed and landmarks have been moved or torn down. Railway lines have moved and been removed. Looking at a map dated the time your ancestor lived in a town can help you find churches to locate records, help you locate cemeteries to find family graves, and help you locate county boundary movement to search for appropriate government records. Reading historical maps help give context to better understand an ancestor's life.

Historical Maps of the United States