Digital Access to Maps of Hawaiʻi
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Digital Maps for Hawaiʻi - 1914-1957
State of Hawaiʻi’s DAGS Registered Map Directory
Click on Registered Map Index to find Map Number
Add Map Number to Registered Map Number Search Box
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ (OHA’s) Kipuka Database utilizes the latest mapping technologies to provide a window into native Hawaiian land, culture and history.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs’ (OHA’s) Papakilo Database is the ongoing development of a cutting edge and comprehensive “Database of Databases” consisting of varied collections of data pertaining to historically and culturally significant places, events, and documents in Hawaiʻi’s history.
A website developed by the organization Kamakakūokaʻāina that includes Kingdom of Hawaiʻi land documents and maps from the Hawaiʻi State Archives with a focus on those produced in the 1840s and 1850s when private ownership began in Hawaiʻi.
USGS Geologic Map of the State of Hawaiʻi
The State’s geology is presented in 8 full-color map sheets, one for each island.
USGS Topographical Maps
This site is a gateway to digital data for the Hawaiian Islands. It is designed to ensure that all interested users have quick and easy access to a wide range of data and GIS products. The primary goals of this clearinghouse are to facilitate the coordination of research, monitoring, and environmental management activities in Hawaiʻi and to ensure the widest possible access to data and information resulting from such activities.
Library of Congress- Hawaiʻi Maps
This site includes a collection of digitized maps of Hawai'i organized by the Library of Congress.
Maps of Australia and Oceania: The Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
This site includes a collection of digitized maps of Hawaiʻi organized by the Library of Congress.
Maps in the Hawaiian Collection
The Hawaiian Collection houses historical, USGS, zoning, and voting district maps of the Hawaiian Islands.
All maps are for library use only and must remain in the Hawaiian Collection.
Hawai‘i Island maps are kept in a locked cabinet and access requires the assistance of a Hawaiian Collection staff member or student assistant. A prospective user might have to return at a later time if no one is available to unlock the cabinets.
Maps of the other islands in the unlocked cabinets may be accessed at any time.
Patrons are asked to leave maps on the map cases rather than refiling them.