American Atlases: These atlases cover the history of the United States and Canada.
Atlas of Early American History: The Revolutionary Era 1760-90: This Atlas has a wealth of information on the early history of the United States. Included are visual representations of the largest cities in the American Colonies, the boundaries between the states, the Spanish borderlands, Indian settlements, population maps showing the distribution of urban and rural population, the non-English population, African American population, as well as the economic, cultural and political activities of the colonies. If you need any information on America at the time prior to and during the American Revolution, look here as there are few aspects of life that are not covered. Text. Color.
Atlas of the International Boundary between the United States and Canada along the 141st Meridian. A historical curiosity, this atlas was published by the U.S. government in 1918 as a result of a survey conducted by geographers from the U.S. and Great Britain from 1907-13 to determine the boundary between what is now the panhandle of the state of Alaska and Canada. The boundaries of the area were disputed until 1903 when the Alaskan boundary commission determined where the line was to be. The area was subsequently surveyed and the results published officially by the U.S. government in this book. Color.
Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Indiana: A reprint of an 1876 atlas which shows the cities, towns, settlements, railroads and geographic features of Indiana. B&W.
National Atlas of the United States of America: Visual representation of America’s physical geography, history, economy, administrative details (time zones, voting districts, federal courts), and socio-cultural information. Published in 1970, it has a maps and charts illustrating such diverse topics as navigation, air pollution and geographic expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctica. Text, color.
West Point Atlas of American Wars: This is the premier set of Atlases describing the various conflicts America has been engaged in beginning in 1689 until 1953. It was originally prepared for the use of cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point. In addition to detailed maps and descriptions of the Revolution, Civil and World Wars, it also covers Colonial Wars, the War of 1812, and the Mexican, Spanish-American and Korean War. If you are looking for information and detailed battle charts for any major American conflict, this is the book. Text, B&W maps, color battle lines and movements.