Educational Map Set: Maine

 


Are you a classroom teacher within the Greater Portland area? We are happy to lend high-quality printed reproductions of this map set at no cost as part of an Activity Kit for use in your classroom. The kit will also include a variety of age-appropriate worksheet activities, answer keys, hands-on craft or game, and all necessary instructions. If within a 30 minute drive from Portland, OML educators will deliver and pick up the activity kit from your school office. Please contact Renee Keul at renee.keul@maine.edu for more information or to reserve this map set. You may also reserve this map set at oshermaps.org/teach/activity-kits


Use these activities and maps to explore the changes that occurred in Maine from the time it was a district of Massachusetts valued largely for its lumber through its transformation into ‘Vacationland’.

In creating this Learn at Home theme, we have tried to make it as customizable as possible so it can be used with a variety of ages and skill sets. The “Independent Use” worksheets can be done apart from the Map Set, and have been created as PDF Forms so they do not need to be printed for your students to complete. The “Map Set” worksheets are also created as PDF Forms and use the maps listed below (or downloadable as a PDF).

Activity Links

Crossword Puzzle (can be used independently)

Earliest Map of Maine Worksheet (can be used independently)

Challenge Questions Sheet (to be used with map set below)

Scavenger Hunt (to be used with map set below)

Discussion Questions (to be used with map set below)

Map Observations Activity (to be used with map set below)

Primary Source Analysis Tool (to be used with map set below)

Wabanaki Place Name Scavenger Hunt (to be used with map set and letter clues below)


Maine Map Set

Also downloadable as a PDF

Map of Maine

1755, Thomas Johnston, “A Plan of Kennebek & Sagadahok Rivers” – http://oshermaps.org/map/7404.0013
Letter Clue: T

Map of Maine

1794, Samuel Lewis, “The Province of Maine, From the best Authorities” – http://oshermaps.org/map/12816
Letter Clue: A

Map of Maine

1812, Aaron Arrowsmith, “Maine”- http://oshermaps.org/map/924
Letter Clue: I

Map of Maine

1820, Moses Greenleaf, “A Map of the State of Maine from the Latest and Best Authorities” – http://oshermaps.org/map/931
Letter Clue: H

Map of Maine

1812, Aaron Arrowsmith, “Maine”- http://oshermaps.org/map/924
Letter Clue: D

Map of Maine

1838, S.L. Dashiell, “Map of the Northern Part of the State of Maine and of the adjacent British provinces” – http://oshermaps.org/map/1003
Letter Clue: E

Map of Maine

1846, Samuel Augustus Mitchell, “A New Map of Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/1036
Letter Clue: W

Map of Maine

1850, Samuel Griswold Goodrich, “Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/7654.0017
Letter Clue: V

Map of Maine

1860, Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning, “Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/1092
Letter Clue: U

Map of Maine

1872, Samuel Augustus Mitchell, “County Map of the State of Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/42746
Letter Clue: S

Map of Maine

c.1900, Boston & Maine Railroad, “Tourist Map of the Boston and Maine Railroad” – http://oshermaps.org/map/11723
Letter Clue: L

Map of Maine

1910, Matthews-Northrup Works, “Summer Resorts of the Coast, Lake and Mountain Regions along the Boston & Maine Railroad and Connections” – http://oshermaps.org/map/1385
Letter Clue: B

Map of Maine

1915, John C Mulford, “National highways map of the state of Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/43165
Letter Clue: Y

Map of Maine

1927, Maine State Highway Commission, “Official Map of Maine prepared by State Highway Commission” – http://oshermaps.org/map/1454.0024
Letter Clue: N

Map of Maine

1935, M.C. Linscott, “Maine It’s Recreation and History” – http://oshermaps.org/map/3980
Letter Clue: K

Map of Maine

1936, Grace Dodge, Alice Fowler, Mildred C. Green, “A Romance Map of the State of Maine” – http://oshermaps.org/map/12068
Letter Clue: O

Map of Maine

c.1960, The Brown and White Paper Co., “State of Maine… Vacationland” – http://oshermaps.org/map/12088
Letter Clue: R


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