Historical Mapping Site HistoryGeo Announces Grand Opening

Historical Mapping Site HistoryGeo Announces Grand Opening

HistoryGeo, the web-based historical mapping service from Arphax Publishing we blogged about a few months ago, is out of beta and holding its grand opening. Improvements include: All subscriptions now include access to all maps, nearly 42,000. No more having to add maps to your map collection and no...

HistoryGeo, the web-based historical mapping service from Arphax Publishing we blogged about a few months ago, is out of beta and holding its grand opening.

Improvements include:

  • All subscriptions now include access to all maps, nearly 42,000. No more having to add maps to your map collection and no more limitations on how many maps you can view.
  • All maps from from Arphax’s Family Maps books and Texas Land Survey Maps books published so far are included, plus select historical maps and atlases
  • It’s easier to annotate maps with Custom Markers, as well as move, edit, and delete your markers
  • Uploading images to associate with Custom Markers is simple in the Map Viewer
  • You can do a Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) search of US populated places and cemeteries, with links to Google Maps for items found

Subscriptions are based on quarterly, semiannual or annual renewal. Regular prices range from $49 to $129, but the site is offering reduced grand opening rates.

HistoryGeo works for PC and Mac users and web browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome. Learn more about the service with these how-to videos.

Look for more about HistoryGeo in an upcoming issue of Family Tree Magazine.

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