European Russia

 

Russia  (1800)  author unk.

Names are Romanized in this map from the time of Paul I.

 

Full file view (download)

Map provided courtesy of http://maps4u.lt/en

General'naia karta Rossiiskoi Imperii na sorok odnu guberniiu razdielennoi  (1799) A. Wilbrecht 

 

Boundaries are similar to the example above, this one in Cyrillic.

 

Full file view (download)

 

Source: http://igrek.amzp.pl/

General'naia Karta chasti Rossii  (1799)  His Imperial Majesty's Depot of Maps

 

 

Full file view (download)

 

Source: etomesto.ru

Carte-de-la-partie-europe'enne de l' Empire de Russie (1809) Depot Imperial de Cartes

 

The Bialystock region is added to Russia here.

 

Full file view (download)

Source: http://maps.bpl.org/id/14682

Carte-de-la-partie-europe'enne de l' Empire de Russie  (1818) Depot Topographique Militaire de le etat major Imperial

 

Full file view (download)

 

Map provided courtesy of http://maps4u.lt/en

Europaisches Russland  (1825) Stieler

 

 

 

Full file view (download)

 

 

Courtesy of the David Rumsey Collection

 

Kriegsstrassen Karte eines Theiles von Russland  (1837) F.T. Schubert

 

 

 

 

Full file view (download)

 

 

Courtesy of the David Rumsey Collection

General Karte vom europaischen Russland (1844)  C.F. Weiland

 

 

Full file view (download)

 

 

Courtesy of the University of Chicago Library.

Carte Generale et Itineraire de L'Europe Divisee en Tous ses Etats D'Apres Le

Congres de Vienne & autres traites posterieurs (1851) Artaria & Co. 

 

Full file view (download)

 

Source: http://rcin.org.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=23852

Ost-Europa in 6 blattern  (1875) Stieler

 

 

 

Full file view (download)

 

 

Courtesy of the David Rumsey Collection

 South-West Russia  (1912) Keith Johnston

A variety of political boundaries from different centuries are pictured. In bold red is the boundary of the former

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth before it's partition in 1772; the Congress Kingdom of Poland, established 1815

is bounded in green. Gubernia divisions are included and dates of significant battles are located by a symbol of

crossed swords.

The growth of Russian railways can be followed in these maps. Of the four versions, the 1879 and 1893 have the most

extensive and well marked rail routes.

 

 

Courtesy of the David Rumsey Collection

 

Russia in Europe in the Nineteenth Century  (1912) Cambridge Atlas

 

Russia's 19th century territorial acquisitions are pictured here. 

 

Full file view (download)

The Growth of Russia in Europe 1300-1796   (1923) In: Historical Atlas by William R.  Shepherd 

 

Full file view (download)

 

Source: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/history_shepherd_1923.html