About the Map Store
We offer most maps via the Associate
Program of Amazon.com. In essence, they pay us a percentage of the sale.
There is no increased cost to you.
Northwest! is a free web site that you are welcome to use without
obligation. If you would like to support Go
Northwest!, simply begin every new shopping trip to Amazon.com
by clicking on any book
link or Amazon.com logo on our site.
How to buy
Click a map title here. At the Amazon.com site, buying the map is basically a
1. Click "add to shopping cart". This step is not an obligation to buy.
2. Click "proceed to checkout". Just follow their instructions.
3. To buy more than one map mentioned here, use your browser's "back" button to return to this
map store, and click on the map's title.
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cancellations or returns.
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By all accounts Amazon.com offers all that you would
require when shopping on the internet:
-secure credit card
-fast, reliable service.
If you have not shopped with them before it is worth checking out their customer
We also offer maps by Maps.com
directly from them. Just click on the map title.
We hope you find the right map for your explorations of the Northwest! We would love to hear about your
map recommendations, by email.
|Here you will find
gathered in one place, the hardcopy maps and atlases we have highlighted on various pages
at Go Northwest! You can order these maps online using credit card, check
or postal money order. Just click on a title.
Atlas of the
Coop's Map Guide
to Dinosaur Sites and Museums of Western North America
by Philip Jackson (Editor), A. Jon Kimerling (Editor)
July 1993, 160 pages, 8th rev. edition
Covers Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Getting somewhat old, but a good overview of
cities and rural areas, including geology, agriculture, climate, vegetation and the
geographical history, including early exploration, principal Indian groups and
reservations, and immigration routes.
June 1999, 1 page
Coop's '99 Road Map Guide to Breweries of the Pacific Northwest,
of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest
January 1999, 1 page
A fold out map designed to help travelers find and visit the many craft breweries across
the country. One side is a road map with brewery locations indicated with an icon. The
back side lists the breweries alphabetically and contains address, phone number, hours and
service information for each brewery.
by Derek Hayes
September 1999, Hardback, 208 pages
Here is history from a geographical viewpoint! For the first
time, many of the old maps of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest have been
gathered together in a single book. Over 320 original maps of explorers and
navigators from four centuries of voyages and overland treks, as well as native maps. Read
about how: "It was not until after James Cook and George Vancouver in the late
eighteenth century had accurately determined their longitude using chronometers that it
was even realized how wide the North American continent actually was; up till that time it
had been thought to be much narrower."
July 1997, 1 page
Montana Wyoming: Road Map
June 1997, 1 page
by National Geographic
July 1998, plasticized, 1 page
Nice physical relief of Washington, Oregon,
Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, along with historical and tourist information.
Washington and Southwest British Columbia Recreation and Relief Map
by GM Johnson
Oregon Washington : Road Map
by Langenschedit Maps
June 1997, 1 page
Northwest Road Atlas and Drivers Guide: Oregon, Washington,
Southwestern British Columbia and Western Idaho: 2000 Edition
by Thomas Brothers Maps
July 1999, Paperback, 384 pages
Found on Go Northwest! page: Pacific Northwest Map
click on map title.
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