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1. Differences Between Individual and Library Accounts Featured

If you are a library patron using the HistoryGeo.com for Libraries service, nearly all the features you have access to are identical to those of a regular account-holder. There are, however, a few key differences that need to be understood.First, library…

2. Introducing the HistoryGeo Viewer Featured

Let's break down the main features and tools of the HistoryGeo Viewer: Main Viewer OptionsTabsNavigation and Annotation ToolsPrevious Views ControlMap Contents SidebarMap Info Bar Main Viewer Options Here are the key features of this region: HistoryGeo Logo:…

3. How do I subscribe? Featured

Before you can subscribe to our service, you must register an account. Registration is free and gives you access to most web-site areas and allows minimal use of the HistoryGeo Map Viewer. Subscriptions are very affordable, and allow you full use of the HistoryGeo…

4. Installing Microsoft Silverlight Featured

If you are having trouble launching the HistoryGeo Viewer, it may be because you do not have a current version of Microsoft Silverlight. Silverlight is an internet browser plug-in, like Adobe's Flash, for running Rich Internet Applications like the HistoryGeo…

5. System Requirements Featured

Run these tests to quickly determine whether your browser is configured to use HistoryGeo. Internet Connectivity: High Speed (DSL, Cable, ADSL, or better) Operating Systems - Generally: Supports Windows and Mac, but see details just below Windows 7 or Windows…

6. Latest Updates

This page is where you'll find out about the latest updates to the HistoryGeo Map Viewer, the web-site, and our map library. More Free Stuff - we've just given free access to numerous maps for both paying subscribers and registered users. Check out the Free…

7. Free Maps

Demo Users have free access to a dozen or more maps including our amazing Continental U.S. Counties Map. Paid Subscribers get access to the entire HistoryGeo.com Map Library. [HINT: After logging in, the following maps are most easily accessed directly from…