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Using maps and aerial photography in your genealogical research

Marilyn Lind

Using maps and aerial photography in your genealogical research

with supplement on foreign aerial photography

by Marilyn Lind

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Linden Tree in Cloquet, Mn (1204 W. Prospect, Cloquet 55720) .
Written in English

  • United States,
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Cartography -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • Aerial photography in genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • United States -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • United States -- Genealogy -- Maps.,
    • Europe -- Genealogy -- Maps.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Marilyn Lind.
      LC ClassificationsCS49 .L55 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination174 p., xliii leaves :
      Number of Pages174
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2559883M
      LC Control Number85080941

      Maps. NEW-Cuivre Township owners map , part of an over all effort to plat the entire County by owner during these years.. Audrain County Map new with cemtery locations, churches, dams, streams and other features this is a very large map and you need to allow time for it to completely load. The USGS discusses various sources of maps for genealogy uses, such as historical, aerial photography, topographic and other relief maps, and they provide links to documentation on finding ancestors, and access to the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS), which can be useful for locating certain places that may not be named the same as. aerial photography is necessary. This brief paper therefore presents a new approach which is believed to be capable of making much better use of aerial photographs in geographical research than the conventional treatment. Advantages of aerial photographs for geographical study The great advantage of aerial photographs has been reckoned to be.

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Genealogy Maps, Geography, Deeds and Photography. To achieve an overall picture of your family's lineage, it is important to employ the use of genealogy maps, deeds and photography. Maps and photographs, in general, allow you to achieve a graphic description of your family's history.

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5 Ways to Use Online Historical Maps for Genealogy Aerial photography by the US government began in the late s, and later was supplemented by high-altitude aircraft and satellite imagery.

Compare what you learn about your own family research with maps of common migration routes of the day—then look for records along that path. In genealogical research, maps can provide clues to where our ancestors may have lived Using Maps in Genealogy U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey USGS Fact Sheet –02 book describes features and sources of a worldwide range of new and old maps, atlases.

on using maps in genealogical research. Some Types of Maps: Atlases A collection of maps in book form. Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps One of the most valuable sources for monitoring and viewing urban change are the fire insurance maps published in the nineteenth century. These maps were drawn at the scale of 1 inch = 50 ft (later 1 inch = ft.

5 Maps Sites Every Genealogist Should Know. by Gena P. Ortega | Dec 2, Are you using maps when you research your ancestors. Maps are an essential part of your genealogical research for a variety of reasons. Maps can show you where and when boundaries changed. Some maps provide you a bird's eye view of the city your ancestor lived in.

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Items about a specific place are assigned a place and subject category. In genealogical research, maps can provide clues to where our ancestors may have lived and where to look for written records about them.

Beginners should master basic genealogical research techniques before starting to use topographic U.S. Geological Survey. Apr 01,  · Using maps of ecosystem services derived from aerial photography, this work demonstrates the value of historical information in understanding landscapes.

This reading also sets up the reader well for Chapters 16 or 19 this book. Google ScholarCited by: 3. Maps are an invaluable part of family history research, especially if you live far from where your ancestor lived.

Because political boundaries often changed, historic maps are critical in helping you discover the precise location of your ancestor's hometown, what land. Jun 14,  · The information in Sanborn fire insurance maps served the needs of urban planners, developers, and insurers, and now it can serve your genealogy research, too.

A series of Sanborn maps is almost like stop-action aerial photography of your ancestor’s home and surroundings, with clues that can lead you to new documents and insights about their. 5 types of maps to help with genealogy research Maps can show more than just roads.

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Using Maps in Genealogical Research An overview of both physical and online maps including: Historical Atlases: State and County, Plat (Land ownership), inside details on Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, along with Panoramic, Migration, Topographical, and others. Webinar—Using Maps in Genealogical Research.

June 19, @ pm - pm. Every ancestor, at every moment, occupied a specific, physical location. Maps decode and amplify the significance of those locations by providing context and background information.

This heavily illustrated lecture shows examples of the map types best-suited to. Note that you will have to generate a Google Maps Key for your own domain and change line 7 accordingly.

It would then simply be a matter of populating the places and people arrays with your own data. A full listing of the code is also presented here (view this example starter map). Looking for Maps and Aerial Photography The Map and Aerial Photography (MAP) Library, on the Knight Library's first floor, has overmaps and approximately 1, aerial photographs.

Established inthe MAP Collection offers a unique collection of contemporary and historic mapping of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The Aerial Photography collection is the largest of its kind. Jan 29,  · Mashups are programs that use the free Google Maps API to find new and creative ways of using Google Maps.

If you're into coding, you can use the Google Maps API yourself to create your own Google Maps to share on your Web site or email to is a bit more than most of us want to dig into, however, which is where these Google Maps mashups (tools) come in.

Historical Aerials For Your Research If you need to see a site over a span of decades, our sets of historical aerial photographs can provide the most complete picture available. HIG has one of the largest in-house collections of historical aerial imagery in the United States. Historical aerials are often used by environmental consultants, engineers.

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Maps are invaluable components of historical and genealogical research, and documentary records often cannot be fully understood without reference to. Jul 24,  · A recent post on the GenealogyBlog, Genealogical Research Using FBI Files, reminded me that for a project several years ago, I filed many many FOIA requests to the FBI to collect information about some individuals who were of interest (all long-deceased) for activities in the early provided a fascinating look into all kids of people at the time.

Apr 13,  · Maps, Imagery, and Publications. Home > Maps, Imagery, The National Aerial Photography Program (NAPP), is an interagency Federal effort coordinated by the USGS, which uses NAPP products to revise maps. SCAR is charged with the initiating, developing and coordinating high quality international scientific research in the Antarctic region.

Google Maps shows an aerial view of the whole world and street maps of many cities and towns. The maps usually highlight populated places, roads, physical features and landmarks.

Search on the name of a township or county, and you’ll see current boundaries. Download the Google Maps app on your smartphone for help getting to cemeteries and.

Old Maps Online is a large search portal for online mapping, accessing aroundmaps from many collections around the world, and the easiest to use: find the place you are interested in on our modern map, and the system shows you "thumbnails" of the historical maps that best cover your place; click on a thumbnail for more info, and then.

Sep 10,  · How aerial photography altered the way we perceive environmental change A century ago, the airplane and high-altitude photography dramatically changed the way landscapes were seen and understood By Matt Dyce Posted on 10 September Jan 03,  · A research guide to assist patrons in finding aerial photograph and aerial imagery resources.

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Maps are. Delaware Aerial Photography. UD's Delaware Environmental Monitoring and Analysis Center (DEMAC) posts aerial photography, a.k.a.

orthophotography for a wide range of years. Guides to Using Maps Maps in Family Research ( Using Maps in Genealogy (U.S. Geological Survey) An important guide for locating primary sources or Author: John Stevenson.

I’ve put together some instructions on how to do this research yourself. We will be using the EarthExplorer website created by the USGS, which has historical aerial photographs covering most of the continental US that often date back to the s or s. These aerials are available to.

The APFO Historical Availability ArcGIS Online web map provides an easy to use reference of what historical imagery is available by county from the Aerial Photography Field Office (APFO). APFO has one of the largest collections of historical aerial photography in the nation. Imagery ranges in. Sep 04,  · The production and study of maps and charts.

Cartography is a system of information which is used to communicate something of the real world to other people; the map is a model, to be decoded by the map reader; see Lloyd () AAAG 79,1.

Aug 11,  · I’m planning a genealogy research trip in a few weeks to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to work on my mysterious Austrian great-grandfather, Gottfried Hann, and his Swedish wife, Anna Larsdotter.I’ve never been the Upper Peninsula and will probably.

Aerial photography captures an important historic record of the surface of the earth at a specific date. This project took a collection of over one thousand historic aerial photos from Saratoga County Soil and Water, taken between andand developed a digital system of access for local watershed research projects.

Sep 04,  · The aerial photography and atlases series in the Henry J. Bruman Map Collection cover to the mid s. In addition to the specific sets listed on this page, we have air and satellite photographs for scattered places around the world, usually single images of a given place or Maria A.

Jankowska. Your Guide to Using Archives for Genealogical Research. Archives are set up to collect and maintain records for which there is established mechanism for long term storage.

These can be records created by an individual, an organization or an individual.Kite aerial photography was pioneered by British meteorologist E.D. Archibald in He used an explosive charge on a timer to take photographs from the air. Frenchman Arthur Batut began using kites for photography inand wrote a book on his methods in Samuel Franklin Cody developed his advanced 'Man-lifter War Kite' and succeeded in interesting the British War Office with its.Historical overlay maps, which have been available for Google Maps and Google Earth sincemake this type of cartographic research very fun and easy.

The premise behind a historic overlay map is that it can be layered directly on top of current road maps and/or satellite images.