Selected maps of the State of Oklahoma are available for online viewing and download.
With original dimensions as large as 42" by 36," these maps are too large to make downloading higher-resolution images practical. Consequently, the maps have been divided into sections—separate files containing images that have a resolution of 72 dpi.
To view or download the map, just click on the sections. (If you wish to download a section without viewing, just right-click* with your mouse on each section and choose "Save Link As ..." from the menu. *That's command-click if you're using a one-button mouse.)
If you need a full-sized print-resolution copy of any map, we encourage to visit the U.S. Government Information area of our library (please see address on left panel).
Map of Indian Territory and Oklahoma
A color map that carefully delineates the types and levels of erosion that existed in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Erosion Survey of 1934 created the map. The U.S. Soil Conservation Service published it. Click here to see the map and get the whole story.