An Atlas of Virginia


The 2020 3rd edition of An Atlas of Virginia Teachers’ Edition and Interactive Digital Atlas 1-year site license is now available for purchase at $200 per school. A vital resource for H/SS (K-3, VS, USI-II), Science (Gr. 4-8 & Earth Science), and ELA (Gr. 4-8) with content vocabulary and informational text. The Teachers’ Guide and Atlas include 100+ pages of color maps, access to interactive maps, content reading excerpts, images, graphs, charts, and interactive activities that promote the VDOE H/SS, ELA, and Science skills with an emphasis on the 5Cs.

An Atlas of Virginia, including all of its maps and narrative pages, is held in copyright by The Virginia Geographic Alliance (VGA) and may not be reproduced. 

For more information, and a preview of the Atlas, visit

Consider partnering with your school PTA/ PTO, and other civics organizations for funding. Many of the Atlas pages are already aligned with the recommendations of the AAHEC so this resource will be an excellent instructional tool as textbook publishers won’t catch up to these changes for quite a while.

Single School order form (note-this will link to a force copy to complete for individual school orders).

Multi-School order form (note-this will link to a force copy spreadsheet to complete for all schools you are purchasing for – You will need to complete a new one if adding more schools later in a separate order.)

Higher Education/Museum/Historical Site order form (one year license for use of Digital Atlas and Teacher Guide. Order form as WORD docx.


We are still planning to make paper atlases available for sale soon. We appreciate the support of Virginia Tech, Longwood University, University of Richmond,  New American History, the Moton Museum, and the VDOE.

The following always free materials are also available:

Virginia GeoInquiries at https:// and
the secondary American History Story Map 
Journals at GeoInquiries are licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA.


Resources for use with 2020 digital Atlas of Virginia





The Virginia Geographic Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)(3) supported through the generous support of the Virginia Tech Foundation.  

We are currently seeking funding to produce a print version of the Atlas as well as low-cost digital subscriptions for K-12 schools.  Contributions to the Virginia Geographic Alliance are tax deductible. For more information please visit our site at

For technical assistance or inquiries on how you can support these efforts please contact:

Annie Evans, Director of Education and Outreach
New American History
University of Richmond
Virginia Geographic Alliance Co-Coordinator

Georgeanne Hribar, Ed.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science & Geography
Old Dominion University
Editor, An Atlas of Virginia

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