Color Landform Atlas: North Carolina:
This page links to a series of North Carolina landform maps from the Online Color Landform Atlas maintained by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics laboratory.
Historical Maps of North Carolina:
Maintained by the University of Alabama, this site contains several zoomable digitized historical maps of North Carolina. The included maps date from 1778-1925.
NCDOT GIS Unit Mapping Section:
This site, sponsored by the Department of Transportation, Geographic Information Systems department, provides links to a wealth of digitized maps of North Carolina. Though focusing on road maps, the site includes other styles such as topographic and flood maps.
This site, maintained by the NC Geographic Information Coordinating Council, contains a wealth of geospatial data for the state. Visitors can view maps featuring a wide array of data including roads, elevation, municipal and county boundaries, congressional districts, hazardous waste sites, land use, and even aerial photographs.
North Carolina Flood Maps:
This site, maintained by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, contains downloadable flood plain maps and flood data. Users can also read news and review the status of current flood control projects.
North Carolina Formation of Counties:
Sponsored by the NC GenWeb Project, this page offers a series of maps of the state that illustrate the evolution of North Carolina's 100 counties.