Greetings from Knowledge Quest and Bramley Books!
We hope that you enjoy this Map Trek Sampler. In it, we have included eight (8) maps with
lesson plans from each of our four Map Trek ebooks: Ancient World, Medieval World, New
World and Modern World. That’s a total of 32 maps for you to use and evaluate. Like you, we
like to sample and test a product before making a commitment to purchase it. So, we hope that
this sampler helps you with your purchasing decision.
Map Trek is currently available in four separate ebooks which you can download easily from
the Knowledge Quest website or you may prefer to order the Complete Collection on CD-
ROM. This collection comes with all four Map Trek map sets - Ancient World, Medieval
World, New World and Modern World - plus includes three additional bonuses, including
complete world and continent maps, along with drawing grids to help your children really be-
come familiar with the countries of our world. We have included a full listing of the historical
maps from the four sets here for you, so you can know if Map Trek is a resource that you need.
We hope to have a Map Trek: U.S. History set available in the very near future so keep an eye
out for those as well. For now, enjoy your complimentary set of maps.
And remember to come on back and visit us online at www.kqpublishing.org. Please
let us know if you have any questions about this or any other product that we carry.
Ready to go out into all the world? Great, then let’s go!
Warmest Regards,
Terri Johnson
Bramley BooksTM, a division of
Knowledge Quest, Inc.
www.kqpublishing.org
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Map Trek
Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Created by Terri Johnson
Published by: Bramley Books™, a division of
Knowledge Quest, Inc.
Post Office Box 789
Boring, OR 97009-0789
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Copyright: 2010 Knowledge Quest, Inc.
and Terri Johnson
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Printed in the United States of America
Cover design by Cathi Stevenson, Nova Scotia

Introduction
It only makes sense to study geography alongside history. In history, we learn about
times, places and people. Geography covers the “places” part. Each aspect of historical study
is important in its own right, but they cannot be studied exclusively of one another. For
example, when you study Alexander the Great, it only makes sense to see the large land area
that he conquered by looking at a map. Modern maps will not give you the same information or
perspective as historical maps do.
We, at Knowledge Quest, Inc., have set out to provide you with the most usable,
yet attractive, historical map book possible. Within these pages, you will find a full-color
historical atlas for the teacher, along with blank outline maps for the student. In this way, the
teacher has full access to the answers thereby eliminating any frustration or bewilderment on
her part. The teacher may decide whether to provide this answer map to her students, or have
them research the answers on their own using a globe, wall map, internet search or another
historical atlas.
As the teacher, you may wish to print out this entire ebook. However, if you want to
save on the expense of printer ink or toner, you might prefer to print only the student maps,
which will exhaust a minimal amount of ink. The water is shaded a very slight (10%) blue so as
to help the students differentiate the water from the land masses.
Lesson plans have been included for you. They have been broken down into three
categories for learners in various stages. Level A is for children who are in grades 1-4. However,
if you have a kindergarten who is ready for a little challenge or a 5th grader that needs some
extra assistance, feel free to adjust these ranges to suit your students’ needs. Also, with this
age group, the teacher should be willing to help with spelling or writing if the child needs some
help. Often times, a child’s brain is much more advanced and ready for information than his
hand is in recording it! Map work should be fun and interactive; not a test or drill.
Level B is for students in 5th through 8th grade. These kids are ready for additional
challenge and are capable of more writing/recording than the younger kids. Level C is for high
schoolers (9th through 12th grade) and includes the most challenging assignments. They are
often asked to do some research in order to fill in their maps completely.
Teachers, please remember, no matter what age or stage your child is in, learning
geography comes with familiarity and repetition. In fact, if the student incorporates all of these
maps into his study of world history, he will begin to memorize geographical facts that will
remain with him for a lifetime. If you feel that your student needs extra geography review or
perhaps a different way to learn it, please check out this free resource:
Globalmania - /Globalmania.html

Since these maps are chronological in sequence, you may use them easily with any
chronological history program. Some good history curricula to consider are:
TruthQuest History
Story of the World
Biblioplan for Families
Tapestry of Grace
Sonlight Curriculum
Mystery of History
My Father’s World
Learning Adventures
Living Books Curriculum
Ambleside Online
Heart of Dakota
Winter Promise
This is certainly not an exhaustive list and there are many other good history programs to choose from.
To gain the most benefit from these outline maps, it would be advantageous to have
on hand a globe, wall map and/or separate atlas for reference. The student may be asked to
look something up on the globe and then label it onto the blank map. Also, have available
some decent art supplies. As your student matures, he or she should be expected to present
to you upon completion a neatly colored or pencil shaded map. For variety, allow your child
to experiment with watercolors for a different effect, or let her use glue and glitter on a major
route. No matter what their age, children should always be encouraged to do their best.
Once completed, your children may want to post these maps to a bulletin board or
the refrigerator. Our students compile the maps into a notebook along with narrations from
history books we have read and pictures of historical events that the children have drawn
and captioned. When we have completed a unit of history study, the children have their own
“book” which they have made which tells the story of the history that they have learned and
summarized. The maps make nice colorful entries into their notebooks.
There are enough maps included in this unit so that you can assign map work once a
week. You may want to schedule a specific time for this activity during the week. Or perhaps
you will want to hand your kids a map to label and color while you read from your history
book or text. How and when you assign map work is up to you, but I find that I am much more
likely to actually work on the maps if I have it scheduled into our weekly school calendar.
We hope these maps enhance your study of history and make learning geography and
enjoyable and interactive learning experience for your children.
enjoyable and interactive learning

Map Trek Table of Contents
Map Trek: Ancient World
* World Map (landforms)
* Descendants of Noah
* Mesopotamia
* Sumerians
* Called Out from Ur
* Abraham’s Journey
* Ancient Africa
* Old Kingdom of Egypt
* Ancient Egypt
* The Exodus
* Early Greece
* The Promised Land
* 12 Tribes of Israel
* The Assyrian Empire
* Israel’s Golden Age
* Phoenicia’s Trading Empire
* Solomon’s Kingdom
* Israel’s Divided Kingdom
* Ancient India
* Ancient China
* The Founding of Rome
* Babylonian Empire
* The Persian Empire
* Greco-Persian Wars
* Golden Age of Greece
* Ancient Europe
* Alexander the Great
* The Punic Wars
* Palestine during the time of Christ
* The Early Church
* The Roman Empire
* The Roman Empire Divided
* Barbarian Invasions
* World Map (with grid)
* Egypt Map (with grid)
* Israel Map (with grid)
* Greece Map (with grid)
* Roman Empire Map (with grid)
* 2 blank grids (different sizes)
Map Trek: Medieval World
* World Map (Landforms)
* Byzantine Empire
* Islamic Empire
* Viking Expansion
* Empire of Charlemagne
* The Holy Roman Empire
* African Kingdoms
* Norman Conquests
* The Crusades
* Mongol Empire
* Medieval China
* City Centers of Europe
* Medieval Japan
* 12th Century Europe
* The Black Death
* Hundred Years’ War
* Renaissance Italy
* Early Explorers
* Christopher Columbus
* Later Explorers
* Central/South America
* The Powerful Habsburgs
* The Netherlands
* The Reformation
* The Expansion of Sweden
* The Expansion of Russia
* Spanish/Portuguese Empires
* World Map w/ Grid
* Europe Map w/ Grid
* Italy Map w/ Grid
* England Map w/Grid
* S. America Map w/ Grid

Map Trek Table of Contents, cont…
Map Trek: New World
* World Map (Landforms)
* Elizabethan London
* James Towne
* African Exploitation
* Renaissance Italy
* North America (map 1)
* North America (map 2)
* Native American Tribal Groups
* Plymouth Colony
* Thirty Years’ War
* Australia Discovered
* King Philip’s War
* Ming/Qing Dynasties of China
* The Mughal Empire
* The Original 13 Colonies
* The Iroquois League
* Puritan England
* Restoration Colonies
* Prussia
* New England Colonies
* The Middle Colonies
* The Southern colonies
* The Seven Years’ War
* The Explorations of Daniel Boone
* Early Battles of the Revolutionary War
* The American Revolution
* Russia
* The French Revolution
* Napoleonic Wars
* Lewis & Clark Expedition
* Independence for Latin America
* Composers
* Inventors
* England - Industrial Revolution
* War of 1812
* Growth of the USA (map 1)
* Australia
* Growth of the USA (map 2)
* Trails of Expansion in the USA
* Goldrush in California
* Westward Expansion/Mexican War
* The Pony Express/Telegraph Lines
* European Revolutions of 1848
Map Trek: Modern World
* World Map (landforms)
* World Map (political)
* The Crimean War
* Japan Opens to Trade
* Leading Up to the Civil War
* The American Civil War (map 1)
* The American Civil War (map 2)
* Italy United
* Reconstruction
* The Dominion of Canada
* Africa (landforms)
* India Under the Rule of the British East India Co.
* The British Empire
* The Boxer Rebellion in China
* The Scramble for Africa
* South Africa (Boer War)
* USA (Jim Crow Laws/Right to Vote)
* USA (Major Centers of Immigration)
* World Empires 1900
* The Balkan Wars
* World War I (map 1)
* World War I (map 2)
* The Russian Revolution
* The Division of Ireland
* Europe, Post WWI
* Iberian Peninsula
* Famous Early Flights (Lindbergh/Earhart)
* The Great Depression
* Totalitarianism
* China and Japan at War
* The Baltic States
* World War II (map 1 - Europe)
* The Bombing of Pearl Harbor
* World War II (map 2 - S. Pacific)
* Italy and the Balkan Peninsula
* The Growth of Communism
* Independence for India
* The Middle East
* The Nation of Israel
* The Cold War
* The Korean War
* The Vietnam War
* The Wars in Asia
* Indonesia
* New Zealand
* Cuba
* The Gulf War
* 9/11 - Attack on the U.S.
* Conflict in Iraq

Lessons Plans
Maps from the Ancient World
Ancient World (landforms)
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Look at a globe and notice that over two-thirds of it is covered in water that is all connected.
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This one large body of water, or ocean, has five different names at five separate locations on
our world. Label them on your map – Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern.
Label the seven continents – Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, Antarctica, North and South
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America.
Color in the land areas.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the smaller bodies of water – Beaufort Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Hudson Bay, Gulf of
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Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Red Sea, North Sea,
Baltic Sea, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, E. China Sea, S. China Sea, Tasman Sea, Coral Sea, Sea
of Okhotsk, Bering Sea, Laptev Sea, Kara Sea and Barent Sea.
Label the mountain ranges – Sierra Nevadas, Rockies, Appalachian, Andies, Pyrenees, Alps,
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Caucasus, Ural, Himalayas and the Great Dividing Range.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the rivers shown here – St. Lawrence, Mississippi, Amazon, Thames, Seine,
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Rhine, Vistula, Danube, Dnieper, Vulga, Ural, Ob, Nile, Tigris, Euphrates, Indus, Ganges,
Yellow, Yangtze and Lena.
Label the deserts and peninsulas – Death Valley, Great Basin, Sonoran Desert, Atacama
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Desert, Patagonian Desert, Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Arabian Desert, Sinai Peninsula,
Italian Peninsula, Greek Peninsula, Iranian Desert, Turkestan Desert, Indian Desert, Takla
Makan Desert, Gobi Desert, Great Sandy Desert and Great Victoria Desert.
Optional (all levels)
Make a salt dough map of an imaginary country. Include at least one mountain, one river, a
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desert and a peninsula or an island.
MAPPING DOUGH
1 c. salt
1 c. flour
2/3 c. water
Food color (or poster paint when mixture is dry and map is formed and you are ready to paint)
Mix salt, flour and water until mixture is like icing. Add food coloring if you want dough colored.
Otherwise paint dry map with poster paint. On board, shape dough into hills, valleys oceans to make
topography map. Let dry.

The Assyrian Empire
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Find the city where Jonah was to go and preach (Nineveh).
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Tarshish is not shown on this map. See the map “The Punic Wars” and locate Cadiz - this is
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the approximate location of Tarshish (considered then the end of the world).
Label the surrounding bodies of water.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities shown on the map.
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Golden Age of Greece
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas known as Greece, Macedonia, Lydia and ionia.
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Label the city of Athens.
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Label Mt. Olympus and the location of Delphi.
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Color your map
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining cities, Mt. Mimas and all of the islands named on the map.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the bodies of water shown on this map.
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Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Greece.
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Palestine
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the cities of Cana, Nazareth, Bethlehem and Jerusalem. What important events took
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place in those cities?
Label the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Research and discover two more names for the Sea of Galilee.
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Label the remaining cities and surrounding regions.
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Label the princedoms of Herod and Philip.
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Maps from the Medieval World
The Empire of Charlemagne
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color the region which Charlemagne controlled.
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Trace the line of the Treaty of Verdun
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Label the areas known as Lombardy, Burgundy and Brittany.
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Color in the rest of your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining regions of Bavaria, Saxony, Austrasia, Gascony and Provence, as
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well as Northumbria, East Anglia, Wessex, Cordova and the continent of Africa.
Using an encyclopedia or the Internet (such as Wikipedia), look up the “Treaty of
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Verdun” and explain to your teacher its significance.
City Centers of Medieval Europe
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions of Champagne and Flanders. Label also the countries of England,
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Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Label Paris, London, Lisbon and Rome.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the rest of the cities shown on this map.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label these four major European rivers – Rhine, Elbe, Danube and Dnieper Rivers.
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Label also the Nile River in Africa.
Label at least 4 of the 8 seas shown here although not labeled – Mediterranean, Black,
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Red, Adriatic, Tyrrhenian, Aegean, North and/or Baltic. Consult an atlas, wall map or
globe. Alternately, you may do a google search for “map of Europe” and select images
for your results.

Central and South America
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the regions occupied by the Incas and the Aztecs.
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Label the Andes Mountains and the Galapagos Islands
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Label the Equator.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining landforms on this map – the Yucatan Peninsula, the Guiana
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Highlands, Marajo, the Brazilian Highlands, and the Patagonian Desert.
Label the Falkland Islands and Tierra del Fuego.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all bodies of water – the Amazon, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the Caribbean
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Sea, Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf of Darien.
Optional – using the grid provided at the end of this book, draw a map of Central and
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South America.
The Expansion of Sweden
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the areas of Sweden and Denmark-Norway.
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Label the cities of Hamburg, Danzig, Konigsberg, Riga and Stockholm.
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Color your map according to the colors shown here.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all regions shown on your map – Lapland, Finland, Carella, Ingria, Estonia,
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Livonia, Courland, Lithuania, Russia, Prussia, Poland and Brandenburg.
Maps from the New World
Puritan England
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the Kingdoms of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
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Label the cities of London, Canterbury, Oxford, Plymouth (where have you seen this
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town name before?), Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin and Belfast.
Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the four island chains shown on this map.
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Label the remaining cities and bodies of water (English Channel, North Sea, Irish Sea,
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Atlantic Ocean, Thames and Shannon Rivers) on this map.
The Seven Years’ War
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label these areas - The 13 Colonies, New France and New Spain.
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Label these forts - Fort Carillon (Ticonderoga), Fort Frontenac, Fort Niagara, Fort
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William-Henry and Fort Detroit.
Label the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico
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Color your map based upon the color-code.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining forts on this map.
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Label all remaining bodies of water, including all rivers and lakes.
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Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all of the cities shown on this map.
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Label the provinces of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, plus the area known as
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Rupert’s Land.
Early Battles of the Revolutionary War
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the five battles depicted here with dates.
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Label the cities of Boston, Concord, New York and Philadelphia.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label Ft. Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain and the Delaware and Charles Rivers.
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Label 13 colonies using their two-letter abbreviations if you would prefer (i.e.:
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Massachusetts = MA).

Trails of Expansion in the USA
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Trace and label the five trails of expansion - The Old Spanish Trail, The Oregon Trail,
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The California Trail, The Santa Fe Trail and the Mormon Trail.
Label these six rivers - Ohio, Mississippi, Missouri, Platte, Humbolt and Columbia.
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Color your map.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label all 50 states using two letter abbreviations.
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Label the cities of Independence, Santa Fe, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oregon
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City.
Maps from the Modern World
South Africa
1.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
The Boer Wars fought in South Africa were fought between Great Britain and the two
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Boer states - The Transvaal Republic and the Orange Free State. Label these areas on
your map.
Label the country of South Africa, outlined by the thick gray line.
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Label these cities - Cape Town, Kimberley, Pretoria and Johannesburg.
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Label the Indian Ocean, S. Atlantic Ocean and the Cape of Good Hope.
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Color your map.
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World Empires 1900
2.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Color this map using the colors shown on the map key at the bottom.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete the above, plus…
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Label all of the colonies and countries shown on this map.
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Totalitarianism
3.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label and color the two regions of Germany one color.
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Label Italy and the islands of Sicily and Sardinia and color in another color.
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Label the other countries with dictatorships and color in a third color.
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Levels B and C – Grades 5-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label the remaining countries shown on this map.
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New Zealand
4.
Level A – Grades 1-4 (with parental assistance as necessary)
Label the North Island and South Island of New Zealand.
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Find New Zealand on a wall map or globe. To which continent does this island chain
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belong? Draw an arrow on your map pointing in the direction of Australia and label it.
Label these cities - Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill.
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Color your map.
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Level B – Grades 5-8
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label Mt. Aspiring, Mt. Cook, the Southern Alps and Ruapehu.
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Label the Tasman Sea and the south Pacific Ocean.
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Label the remaining cities of Whangerei, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wanganui and
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Westport.
Level C – Grades 9-12
Complete all of the above, plus…
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Label Hauraki Gulf, Bay of Plenty, Waikato River, Lake Taupo, Poverty Bay, Hawke
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Bay, Golden Bay, Cook Strait, Pegasus Bay, Canterbury Bight, Foveaux Strait, Stewart
Island, Clutha River, Lake Te Anau, Lake Wakatipu and Karamea Bight.

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Sea of
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Barent
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Caribbean
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Mediterranean
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North
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Atlantic
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Hudson
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Arctic Ocean
S. China
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Yellow (Huang Ho)
Yangtze
Indus
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Teacher’s Answer Map
NOR
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SOUTH
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EUROPE
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AFRICA
ANTARCTICA
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Great Dividing Range
Sinai
Peninsula & Desert
Italian
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Greek Peninsula
Anatolia
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Babylon
The ASSYRIAN Empire
1500BC - 600BC
Khorsabad
Nimrud
Nineveh
Persian
Gulf
Joppa
Caspian
Sea
Mediterranean
Sea
Red Sea
Tarshish (on the
southwestern coast
of Spain)
Damascus
Gath-hepher
Gozan
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KEDAR
MEDIA
SAMARIA
ISRAEL
JUDAH
Noph (Memphis)
Yeb (Elephantine)
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The ASSYRIAN Empire
1500BC - 600BC
MAPS by
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Golden Age of GREECE
400BC
GREECE
LYDIA
Aegean
Sea
Troy
Pylos
Sparta
Athens
Corinth
Olympia
Mycenae
Marathon
Hellespont
Kythera
Miletus
ATTICA
C
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Islands
Gla
Ithaca
Corfu
Zakynthos
Tenedos
Lesbos
Knossos
Khios
Skyros
Same
Iolkos
Teacher’s Answer Map
EUBOIA
MAPS by
Knowledge Quest, Inc.
Mt. Mimas
Ismaros
PEL
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Achaea
Thera
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Cape M ale
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IONIA (Ionians)
(Trojans)
Mt. Olympus
ASIA MINOR
Patmos
CRETE
(Minoans)
(Dorians)
MACEDONIA
Delphi
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Ephesus
Philippi
Thessalonica
Thebes

Student Map
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Golden Age of GREECE
400BC
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PHOENICIA
SYRIA
Jerusalem
Bethlehem
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Emmaus
Bethany
Caesarea
Nazareth
Cana
Capernum
Caesarea
Philippi
GALILEE
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SAMARIA
JUDAEA
Sea of
Galilee
Dead
Sea
Princedom
of Herod
Antipas
Princedom
of Philip
Princedom
of Herod
Antipas
Teacher’s Answer Map
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PALESTINE During the
Time of Christ
30AD
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PALESTINE During the
Time of Christ
30AD
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LOMBARD
Y
PRO
VENCE
BAV
ARIA
BURGUND
Y
G
ASCO
NY
BRIT
TANY
A
USTRASIA
SAX
O
NY
EMIRA
TE OF
CORDO
V
A
The Empire of Charlemagne
c. 800
WESSEX
Northumbria
Teacher’s A
nsw
er M
ap
T
reaty of V
erdun
East Anglia
AFRICA
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erri Johnson

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c. 800
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AFRICA
Dan u be R.
R
hine R.
London
Rome
Novgorod
Dnieper R.
Elbe R.
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
WALES
IRELAND
Toulouse
Barcelona
City Centers
of Medieval Europe
Sicily
Hamburg
Venice
Genoa
Danzig
Champagn
e
Flanders
Paris
Alexandria
Brugge
Ghent
Ypres
Marseille
Lyon
Vienna
Prague
Ragusa
Bremen
Cologne
Brunswick
Riga
Gdansk
Lubeck
Falsterbo
Visby
Reval
Naples
Cadiz
Toledo
Lisbon
Tunis
Constantinople
Antioch
Acre
Trebizond
Aleppo
Edessa
N
ile R
.
Florence
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City Centers
of Medieval Europe

Am azon
EQUATOR
Central and South
America
c. 1531
Yucatan
Peninsula
Gulf of
Mexico
Caribbean
Sea
Andes
Brazilian
Highlands
Gulf of
Darien
Pat
a
g
on
ian
D
esert
Guiana Highlands
Tierra del Fuego
Marajo
Galapagos
Islands
Falkland
Islands
Atlantic
Ocean
Pacific
Ocean
KEY
Aztec Empire
Inca Empire
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Teacher’s Answer Map

KEY
Aztec Empire
Inca Empire
Student Map
Central and South
America
c. 1531
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The Expansion of Sweden
c. 1660
S W
E
D E
N
D
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M
A
R
K
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N
O
R
W
A
Y
BRANDENBURG
LITHUANIA
POLAND
PRUSSIA
LIVONIA
ESTONIA
INGRIA
RUSSIA
CARELLA
FINLAND
LAPLAND
COURLAND
Stockholm
Hamburg
Danzig
Kőnigsberg
Riga
KEY
Sweden 1560
Swedish Acquisi-
tions 1560 -1660
Denmark-Norway
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Teacher’s Answer Map

The Expansion of Sweden
c. 1660
KEY
Sweden 1560
Swedish Acquisi-
tions 1560 -1660
Denmark-Norway
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Puritan England
c. 1650
Irish
Sea
Aberdeen
Dundee
London
Glasgow
Edinburgh
Newcastle on Tyne
Liverpool
WALES
ENGLAND
SCOTLAND
Bath
Bristol
Cardiff
Birmingham
Nottingham
Sheffield
Bradford
North
Sea
English Channel
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Londonderry
Donegal
Belfast
Dublin
Waterford
Limerick
Kilarney
Shannon R.
Atlantic
Ocean
IRELAND
Cambridge
Canterbury
Dover
Portsmouth
Southampton
Plymouth
Oxford
Stratford Upon Avon
Manchester
Thames
Outer
Hebrides
Inner
Hebrides
Shetland
Islands
Orkney
Islands
Cork
P
en
n
in
e
C
h
a
in
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Puritan England
c. 1650
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NEW
FRANCE
NEW SPAIN
LOUISIAN
A
THE
THIR
TEEN
COLO
NIES
FLORID
A
Missouri
Arkansas
Red
Rio Grande
KEY
British Lands
French T
erritory
Spanish Possessions
Atlantic
Ocean
Hudson
Bay
NO
V
A SCOTIA
NEWFOUNDLAND
Ohio
Mississippi
Louisb
ourg
Halifax
Montréal
Québ
ec
Bo
ston
N
ew Y
ork
Alban
y
F
ort Duquesne
F
ort V
enango
F
ort N
iagara
F
ort F
rontenac
F
ort St. F
r
é
d
é
ric
F
ort Carillon (Ticondero
ga)
F
ort Chambly
F
ort Osw
ego
F
ort W
illiam-Henry
Gulf of Mexico
Lake
Superior
Lake
Huron
Lake
Michigan
Lake Erie
Lake
Ontario
St. Lawrence
F
ort Michilimackinac
Sault Ste. Marie
F
ort Detroit
Mobile
Baton R
ouge
N
ew Orleans
The Seven Y
ears’ W
ar
1755-1762
R
UPER
T’S LAND
Teacher’s Answer Map
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KEY
British Lands
French T
erritory
Spanish Possessions
The Seven Y
ears’ W
ar
1755-1762
Student Map
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KEY
Major Battle with date
Proclamation Line of 1763
Route of Paul Revere
Route of William Dawes
Long Island
Aug 27, 1776
Lexington
Apr 19, 1775
Bunker Hill
June 17, 1775
Early Battles of the
Revolutionary War
1775 - 1776
Philadelphia
Teacher’s Answer Map
Québec
Dec, 1775
Ft. Ticonderoga
Lake
Champlain
Trenton
Dec 26, 1776
New York
Charles R.
Delaware R.
Concord
Boston
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KEY
Major Battle with date
Proclamation Line of 1763
Route of Paul Revere
Route of William Dawes
Early Battles of the
Revolutionary War
1775 - 1776
Student Map
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Trails of Expansion in the USA
1821 - 1862
MA
NH
CT
RI
PA
MD
NJ
DE
WV
VA
NC
SC
GA
HI
KY 1792
MI
OK
NE
SD
ND
MT
NM
AZ
UT
NV
ID
AK
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AL 1819
LA 1812
VT 1791
TN 1796
IN 1816
ME 1820
MS 1817
MO 1821
OH 1803
IL 1818
NY
TX 1845
FL 1845
MN 1858
OR 1859
IA 1846
KS 1861
WI 1848
CA 1850
AR 1836
MI 1837
W
axaw
N
ash
ville
Platte R.
Missouri R.
Mississippi R.
Ohio R.
Indep
endence
Great Salt
Lake
Rocky Mtns.
WY
CO
Columbia R.
San F
rancisco
Oregon City
Lo
s Angeles
S P A N I S H T E R R I T O R Y
Sante F
e
WA
HumboldtR.
KEY The Old Spanish T
rail
The Oregon T
rail
The California T
rail
The Sante Fe T
rail
The Mormon T
rail
Teacher’s Answer Map
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Trails of Expansion in the USA
1821 - 1862
MAPS by
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KEY The Old Spanish T
rail
The Oregon T
rail
The California T
rail
The Sante Fe T
rail
The Mormon T
rail
Student Map
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souTh afriCa
1899 - 1910
Teacher’s Answer Map
Cape Colony
German South
West Africa
Bechuanaland
Southern
Rhodesia
Portugese
East Africa
Transvaal
Orange
Free State
Zululand
Swaziland
Basuto-
land
Cape of Good Hope
South
Atlantic Ocean
Indian
Ocean
Cape Town
Magersfontein
Kimberley
Bloemfontein
Durban
Ladysmith
Colenso
Johannesburg
Pretoria
Mafeking
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souTh afriCa
1899 - 1910
Student Map
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Union of S. Africa
Rhodesia
Nigeria
Gold Coast
Sierra Leone
Gambia
Uganda
Sudan
Egypt
AdenOman
India
Malaya
British Borneo
Australia
Papua
Tasmania
British Guiana
British
Honduras
Great Britain
Wor
L
d e
mpires
1900
Teacher’s Answer Map
Dominion of Canada
The United
States of America
China
Russian Empire
Greenland
FranceGermany
Austria
Ottoman Empire
French Guiana
French
Indochina
French
W. Africa
British Empire
French Holdings
Ottoman Empire
Chinese Empire
Russian Empire
German Empire
Danish Holdings
United States
Austria Hungary
Madagascar
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Student Map
British Empire
French Holdings
Ottoman Empire
Chinese Empire
Russian Empire
German Empire
Danish Holdings
United States
Austria Hungary
Wor
L
d e
mpires
1900
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U.S.S.R.
Sweden
Norway
Germany
Denmark
Holland
Belgium
Lux
France
Spain
Port
Switz
Italy
Albania
Greece
Bulgaria
Romania
T
urkey
To
T
a
L
iT
arianism
1919 - 1939
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Y
ugoslavia
Hungary
Austria
Czechoslovakia
Finland
Poland
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Ger.
Ukraine
White Russia
Bessarabia
Georgia
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Map Key
Nazi Germany
Fascist Italy
Other dictatorships
Great Britain
Teacher’s Answer Map
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To
T
a
L
iT
arianism
1919 - 1939
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Nazi Germany
Fascist Italy
Other dictatorships
Student Map
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Whangerei
Auckland
Hamilton
New Plymouth
Wanganui
Wellington
Westport
Greymouth
Christchurch
Dunedin
Invercargill
NEW ZEALAND
Tasman
Sea
South
Pacific Ocean
Bay of
Plenty
Poverty
Bay
Cook Strait
Canterbury
Bight
Foveaux Strait
Pegasus Bay
Karamea
Bight
Golden
Bay
L. Taupo
Hawke
Bay
Hauraki
Gulf
Clutha R.
Waikato R.
L. Wakatipu
L. Te Anau
Mt. Cook
Mt. Aspiring
Ruapehu
Stewart Is.
Sou
t
hern
A
lp
s
NORTH
ISLAND
SOUTH
ISLAND
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Teacher’s Answer Map

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NEW ZEALAND
Student Map
© 2010 Terri Johnson

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