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The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., maintains an inventory of published street addresses for a series of U.S. cities from Agoura, California, to Youngstown, Massachusetts. Library patrons may request these direc... More »

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Cross-referencing street addresses with other information makes it easier to locate additional information about an address and to create reverse look-up directories for various purposes. Cross-referencing addresses indi... More »

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Also known as Washington, D.C., the District of Columbia is the capital city of the United States of America. By U.S. law, Washington, D.C. is not part of a state and is under the direct authority of the federal governme... More »

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Maps of the Washington, D.C. area can be found on MapsofWorld.com, WashingtonDC.MicroMaps.com and Washington.org, as of 2015. All three websites feature a street map of the area. More »

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An 1857 map attributed to Johann Georg Kohl showing where Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo traveled is available on the Library of Congress website. It is called "A Map Showing the Progress of Discovery on the West Coast of the U... More »

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The Library of Congress offers a variety of historic railroad maps organized by geographic regions, subjects, titles, creators and specific railroad lines. Google Maps offers a current railroad map of the United States. More »

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The Library of Congress offers some free Sanborn fire insurance maps online at its website, LOC.gov. To view the maps, users search by state and then select a city for its available maps. Users can also view maps from Ca... More »

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