The Davistown Museum has reproductions of some Maine maps in our Information Resources section.
Also see the map section in The Indians of Maine: A bibliographic guide.

Baker, Emerson W., Churchill, Edwin A., D'Abate, Richard S., Jones, Kristine L., Konrad, Victor A. and Prins, Harald E.L., Eds. (1994). American beginnings: Exploration, culture, and cartography in the land of Norumbega. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London. IS and also W.
  • This history contains the definitive explanation of the numerous early maps of Norumbega so frequently the subject of misinterpretation by antiquarian writers and the early explorers.
  • See the other annotations for this citation in the Maine historical sources: primary contemporary authors bibliography as well as our comments in the Norumbega Reconsidered essay.
Elder, B. (1987). Inventory of existing and former dams in Maine (map and summary information). Maine State Planning Office, Augusta, ME.

Garrett, Wilbur E., Ed. (February 1985). The making of America: Northern approaches: Maine and the Maritimes. Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society, Washington, DC. IS.

  • This modern map was included with an issue of the National Geographic Magazine.
Kelsey, D. and Davison, D. H.  (1858).  Map of Waldo County, ME.  J. Chase and Company, Portland and Philadelphia. IS.
  • The Davistown Museum is seeking a copy of this important map.
Krepner, M. Prehistoric travel routes in the Medomak River area. Native Trails, Inc., Waldoboro, ME.

Kroeber, Alfred L. (1939). [Map of] Native Tribes of North America. University of California Map Series, No. 13, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Lewis, G. Malcolm, Ed. (1998). Cartographic encounters: Perspectives on Native American mapmaking and map use. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

Ortelius, Abraham. (1595). Epitome theatri Orteliani [map]: Præcipuarum orbis regionum delineationes, minoribus tabulis expressas, brevioribusque declarationibus illustratas, continens. P. Gallæo excudebat A. Coninx, Antverpiæ. Facsimile reproduction of the Leyden University Library copy done in 1964 by American Elsevier Pub. Co., NY, NY.

Stokes, I.N.P. (1915-28). The iconography of Manhattan Island. 6 vols. Publisher unknown, NY, NY.

  • Traces of the explorations of the Kennebec River by Thomas Hanham and Martin Pring in 1606 can be seen on the Virginia Chart and Velasco Map, II, plates 21A, 22.
Saco Valley Printing. (June, 1985). The old maps of Lincoln County, Maine in 1857. Saco Valley Printing, Fryeburg, ME. IS.
  • The 50 maps include: Rockland, Thomaston, S. Thomaston, Cushing, Union, Warren, Friendship, St. George.