The University of Chicago has digitized a number of 19th-century maps published in Western Europe, Russia, and in the United States. The maps are the products of Western missions of exploration, scientific research, resource exploitation, conquest, and administration.
This collection holds maps from the 16th century to the 21st century with a number of atlases, manuscript maps, and maritime charts related to the Middle East. While available online, the physical collection is housed at Stanford University.
Palestine Open Maps is an open-source platform that combines mapping technologies and storytelling in order to make important Mandatory-era maps accessible and searchable and curate layered visual stories.