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Maps: Intercontinental Regions

Catalog of maps in the Blume Library and links to find more maps on the Web.

How to use the Catalog

The maps listed on this page cover more than one, or parts of more than one, continent. These are the categories, each with its own box:

  • Eastern Hemisphere regions
  • Western Hemisphere regions
  • Azimuthal Equidistant Maps (these maps show an area with all points at proportionately correct distances, and at the correct direction, from the center point
  • Middle East Region
  • Other Intercontinental Regions
  • Historical Maps of Intercontinental Regions

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The numbers given after the title, authoring agency and date for each map give its location in the Map File Case.  The first two numbers of the three-part number for each map refer to groups of folders within the Map File Case.  The final number is a unique sequential number for the particular map.

Remember that the maps listed here are only the large maps (substantially larger than standard letter-size) that are filed in the Map File Case.  For information on other map locations in the Blume Library, see our main Maps Page.

Western Hemisphere Regions

Americas. National Geographic, 1979, 2000. MAP FILE: 01-01-008, 8.01

Colonization and Trade in the New World. National Geographic, 1977.MAP FILE: 01-01-008.1

Large Earthquakes in North & Central America, 1970-96. USGS, 1996. MAP FILE: 01-01-008.4

North America and Greenland. (sheet 2 of 6, World) Defense Mapping Agency, 1995.MAP FILE: 01-01-008.3

Spain in the Americas. National Geographic, 1992. MAP FILE: 01-01-008.2

Azimuthal Equidistant Maps

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Beijing, China. CIA, 1988. MAP FILE: 01-01A-022

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Cairo. CIA, 1985. MAP FILE: 01-01A-021

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Egypt. CIA, 1989. MAP FILE: 01-01A-018.1

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Moscow. CIA, 1985. MAP FILE: 01-01A-020

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Panama City. CIA, 1988. MAP FILE: 01-01A-019

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Rwanda. CIA, 1989. MAP FILE: 01-01A-023

Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Centered on Tokyo, Japan. CIA, 1990. MAP FILE: 01-01A-024

Other Intercontinental Regions

Arctic Ocean. National Geographic, 1983. MAP FILE: 01-01-002

Arctic Ocean; the Unexpected Frontier. National Geographic, 2009. MAP FILE: 01-01-002.3

Arctic Region. CIA, 2008. MAP FILE: 01-01-002.2

East Asia and Oceania. CIA, 1986. MAP FILE: 01-01A-013

Eastern Asia and Western Alaska. (sheet 1 of 6, World) Defense Mapping Agency, 1995. MAP FILE: 01-01A-015.1

Northern Hemisphere. National Geographic, 1946. MAP FILE: 01-01-001

Pacific Area. CIA, 1995. MAP FILE: 01-01A-015

Top of the World. National Geographic, 1949. MAP FILE: 01-01-002.1

Eastern Hemisphere Regions

Africa and Southwestern Asia. (sheet 6 of 6, World) Defense Mapping Agency, 1995. MAP FILE: 01-01A-014.1

Ancient Greece/ The Greeks (Great Peoples of the Past). National Geographic, 1999. MAP FILE: 01-01-005

Dawn of Humans. National Geographic, 1997. MAP FILE: 01-1A-012.2

Eastern Hemisphere Narcotics. CIA, 1986. MAP FILE: 01-01A-013.1

Eurasia and Northern Africa. (sheet 3 of 6, World) Defense Mapping Agency, 1995. MAP FILE: 01-01A-012.1

Eurasia. CIA, 1994, 2006. MAP FILE: 01-01A-012, /2006

Europe and the Mediterranean. National Geographic, 1938. MAP FILE: 01-01-004

Historic Mediterranean, 800BC-1500AD. National Geographic, 1982. MAP FILE: 01-01A-011

History of the Byzantine Empire. N/A, N/D.  MAP FILE: 01-01-006.1

Horn of Africa. CIA, 1977. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.4

Mediterranean Basin. CIA, 1998. MAP FILE: 01-01-004.2A,B

Mediterranean, Today and Yesterday. Time, 1956. MAP FILE: 01-01-006

Mongol Khans. (Great Peoples of the Past Series) National Geographic, 1996. MAP FILE: 01-1A-012.3

Muslim Distribution. CIA, 1984. MAP FILE: 01-01A-010

Oil and Gas Infrastructure in the Caspian Sea Region. CIA, 2012. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.6B

Roman Empire. (Great Peoples of the Past Series) National Geographic, 1997. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.7a

Southeastern Asia and Australia. (sheet 4 of 6, World) Defense Mapping Agency, 1995. MAP FILE: 01-01A-016

Sub-limits of the Atlantic-to-the-Urals Zone. CIA, 1989. MAP FILE: 01-01-007.1

Vegetation Map of the Mediterranean Region. UNESCO, 1968. MAP FILE: 01-01-004.1A,B 

Middle East Region

Crucible of History: the Eastern Mediterranean. National Geographic, 2008. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.5

Eastern Mediterranean. CIA, 1980. MAP FILE: 01-01A-009.1

Eastern Mediterranean. CIA, 1997. MAP FILE: 01-01A-009.2

Europe and the Near East. National Geographic, 1940,43,49 MAP FILE: 01-01-003.1,2,3

Heart of the Middle East. National Geographic, 2002. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.7

Middle East. CIA, 1990. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.3

Middle East. CIA, 1993. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.2A,B

Middle East. National Geographic, 1991. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.8

Middle East Area; Oil and Gas. CIA, 1990, 2007. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.6A, C

Middle East Area; Oilfields, Facilities. CIA, 1980. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.6

Historical Maps of Intercontinental Regions

Colonization and Trade in the New World. National Geographic, 1977.MAP FILE: 01-01-008.1

Dawn of Humans. National Geographic, 1997. MAP FILE: 01-1A-012.2

Europe and the Mediterranean. National Geographic, 1938. MAP FILE: 01-01-004

Europe and the Near East. National Geographic, 1940,43,49 MAP FILE: 01-01-003.1,2,3

Historic Mediterranean, 800BC-1500AD. National Geographic, 1982. MAP FILE: 01-01A-011

History of the Byzantine Empire.  MAP FILE: 01-01-006.1

Large Earthquakes in North & Central America, 1970-96. USGS, 1996. MAP FILE: 01-01-008.4

Mediterranean, Today and Yesterday. Time, 1956. MAP FILE: 01-01-006

Mongol Khans. (Great Peoples of the Past Series) National Geographic, 1996. MAP FILE: 01-1A-012.3

Northern Hemisphere. National Geographic, 1946. MAP FILE: 01-01-001

Roman Empire. (Great Peoples of the Past Series) National Geographic, 1997. MAP FILE: 01-01-006.7

Top of the World. National Geographic, 1949. MAP FILE: 01-01-002.1

Vegetation Map of the Mediterranean Region. UNESCO, 1968. MAP FILE: 01-01-004.1A,B