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Cool Greensboro and Guilford Maps on the Web
If you would like to research topographical aspects to Greensboro or GuilfordCounty, go to the Quest site (http://www.maptech.com/) and click on “Online Maps.”
If you would like to see a map of the CapeFearRiver Basin, which includes most of GuilfordCounty, go to http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/basinwide/whichbasincapefear.htm.
If you would like to see what the future holds for Interstate Highways surrounding GuilfordCounty, go to http://www.ncroads.com/maps/gboro.html.
For a somewhat crude but interesting map of GuilfordCounty in 1895, go to http://www.livgenmi.com/1895/NC/County/guilford.htm.
For a fascinating map of GuilfordCounty in 1808, go to http://www.geocities.com/nadineholder/Guil1808.jpg.
If you would like to see a map of ancient Indian trading paths across North Carolina, go to http://www.tradingpath.org/images/stories/maps/moseleylefttop_m.jpg.
If you would like to see a map of the great Philadelphia Wagon Road that brought so many of the early settlers to GuilfordCounty, go to http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncguilfo/greatwagonroad.html or to http://www.waywelivednc.com/maps/historical/great-wagon-road.htm.
If you would like to see a very cool depiction of how our NC counties were formed, go to http://www.segenealogy.com/northcarolina/nc_maps/nc_cf.htm
For 18th century maps of Alamance and Guilford counties go to http://www.elon.edu/troxlerc/alacotpm.htm
If you would like to see a famous and interesting map made of much of current NC and SC in 1779, go to http://scarlett.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/1779n4.jpg
If you would like to see online maps of the new world from the University of Georgia Hargrett rare Book and Manuscript Library, go to http://www.libs.uga.edu/darchive/hargrett/maps/maps.html
If you would like to see a copy of the famous “Mouzon” map, much used by both Greene and Cornwallis, go to http://battleofcamden.org/mouzon.jpg.

Back Porch Art by Mark Ferencik 1998