Often called "Bird's Eye View Maps", "Panoramic Maps" or "Perspective Maps", these maps of US towns and cities were popular during the post-civil war era, and showed urban features from a height of 2000 to 3000 feet above the ground. In addition to depicting the layout of a town in great detail, the maps often included detailed drawings of commercial and government buildings, schools, churches, railway depots, hospitals and private residences.

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Phoenix

Arkansas

Little Rock

Colorado

Colorado Springs

Connecticut

Stamford

District of Columbia

Washington DC

Georgia

Atlanta

Illinois

Chicago

Kentucky

Lexington

Louisiana

New Orleans

Maine

Bar Harbor

Maryland

Baltimore

Massachusetts

Boston

Nantucket

Provincetown

Michigan

Ann Arbor

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Mississippi

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New Mexico

Santa Fe

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