Map Collections and Cartographic Information Sources
Eye in the Sky Site: Microsoft's Terraserver site lets you zoom in on anywhere you want to and download the imagery you find. Gives you the feeling that Uncle Bill is watching you !!!
Berkeley Earth Sciences: University of California at Berkely Map Collection
Harvard Map Collection: Harvard - what can you say? They also have a bunch of old maps from Boston.
U Texas Austin: Perry-Castaņeda Library Map Collection includes maps from all over the world including the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection which includes the Mexican Archives Collection
The Mining Company: Digital Geography of Mexico
Out-of-Print Books on Mining and Geological Sciences
Mt. Eden Books & Bindary: Based in Cedar Ridge, California. Contact them for a FREE Catalogue of fine and used antiquarian Books in the Earth Sciences.
Ed Rogers: Based in Poncha Springs, Colorada Ed carries rare and Out-of-Print Geoscience books pertaining to exploration, geology, mineralogy, meteorics, paleontology, mining etc.University of California at Berkely Map Collection