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This LibGuides contains various types of maps representing different periods in American History.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Bellevue University American History Maps LibGuide. This guide provides various types of historical maps related to different periods in American History. Use the tabs across the top of the page, arranged chronologically, to view or link to maps from various time periods. Many types of maps are represented, including interactive maps, demographic maps, and so on. Click on map to go to source and vew more information.

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Library News

Covid-19 and the Library Update The library has shortened its hours for the time being: Mon-Fri 8:00-6:00 and Weekends 1:00-5:00. However, library staff will be working remotely, answering chats and emails, most of the other hours that the library is normally open. Nearly all of our resources are available online. As always, the back-up 24/7 chat librarians are available during hours we are not available.

Local students; We are not limiting the number of students in the library but are practicing social distancing. We are requiring that all books be returned to the book drops and not the desk. We have also suspended checking out jigsaw puzzles and games.  All events and workshops have been canceled.  

All library patrons must now wear masks while in the library. Protective plastic shields have been installed at the circulation and reference desk.