Library: Maps & Posters

US Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, University of Guam, Government of Guam, Department of Commerce

USDA et al. 1985 – General Soil Map Territory of Guam

Northern Guam Soil and Water Conservation District, Guam Department of Land Management

Courtesy of the Northern Guam Soil and Water Conservation District (NGSWCD, Joseph Santos) and the Guam Department of Land Management (GDLM). The list below is an excellent resource for historical reference and determining the use of Guamanian name places.

Maps for GIS, compressed (zip file)

1819: La De Freycinet – ESSAI, sur la géographic ancienne, DE L’ÎLE GWAM, Capitale des Îles Mariannes

1852: Coello – Guajan. Los nombres encerrados en parentesio corresponden å lugares antiguos, hoy dia despoblados

1852: Coello – Bahia Y Ciudad de Agaña, 1/20,000, Islas Meiacosxima

1900: Wheeler – Guam or Guajan Island, Exhibit A.

1902: L.M. Cox (CEC USN) – Island of Guam, 1:124,000

1913-1914: Strudevant et al. (Corps of Engineers) North Portion (Sheet 1 of 4), 1:25,000

1913-1914: Strudevant et al. (Corps of Engineers) North Central Portion (Sheet 2 of 4), 1:25,000

1913-1914: Strudevant et al. (Corps of Engineers) South Central Portion (Sheet 3 of 4), 1:25,000

1913-1914: Strudevant et al. (Corps of Engineers) South Portion (Sheet 4 of 4), 1:25,000

1915: City of Agana ~1915~, 1″ = 150′

1938: Fig. 118. Apra harbour, Guam, From lines are approximately 200-ft. intervals. Based on official sources

1939: Special Military Map of  Island of Guam, War Plans Section, Marine Barracks, Quantico, Wa., 1:60,000

1944: Army Map Service (AMS), 2nd Edition, Map of Guam Island, US Army, Washington DC

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) Island of Guam (Uruno Point, Sheet 1 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Ritidian Point, Sheet 2 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Tumon Bay, Sheet 3 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Apra Harbor, Sheet 5 of 11) 1:20,000

 

**1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Agana Bay, Sheet 6 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Agana Bay, Sheet 6 of 11, v2) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Pagat Point, Sheet 7 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Agat Bay, Sheet 8 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Agat Bay, Sheet 8 of 11, v2) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Talofofo Bay, Sheet 9 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Port Merizo, Sheet 10 of 11) 1:20,000

1942: Corps of Engineers (COE) (1922 and 1942) Island of Guam (Port Inarajan, Sheet 11 of 11) 1:20,000

1944: Army Map Service (AMS), 2nd Edition, Map of Guam Island, US Army, Washington DC

1954: AMS (AFFE) Edition 1 Guam

1984: Chase et al., Marine Physiography of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Department of Interior, US Geological Survey

 

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