Library of Congress Classification:Class G, subclass G -- Geography (General). Atlases. Maps

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Subclass G: Geography. Atlases. Maps is a classification used by the Library of Congress Classification system under Class G -- Geography, Anthropology, Recreation. This article describes subclass G.

G

1-922..........Geography (General)
65-69..........Geographers
70-70.6.......... Philosophy. Relation to other topics. Methodology
80-99..........History of geography
100.5-108.5..........Toponymy (Including gazetteers, geographic names and terms)
140..........Great cities of the world
141..........Historical geography
142..........Aerial geography
149-180..........Travel. Voyages and travels (General)
154.9-155.8..........Travel and state. Tourism
200-336..........History of discoveries, explorations, and travel
369-503..........Special voyages and travels
521-539..........Adventures, shipwrecks, buried treasure, etc.
540-550..........Seafaring life, ocean travel, etc.
575-890..........Arctic and Antarctic regions
905-910..........Tropics (General)
912-922........... Northern and Southern Hemispheres
1000-3122..........Atlases
1000-1000.5..........Atlases of the moon, planets, etc.
1001-1046..........World atlases. Atlases of the Earth
1050-1052..........Northern and Southern Hemispheres
1053..........Tropics. Torrid Zone
1054-1055..........Polar regions. Frigid Zone
1059-1061..........Maritime atlases (General)
1100-3102..........By region or country
1100-1779..........Americas. Western Hemisphere
1105-1692..........North America
1110-1114..........Greenland
1115-(1193)..........Canada
1200-1534.24..........United States
1535-1537.......... Caribbean area
1540-1542..........Latin America (General)
1545-1549..........Mexico
1550-(1594)..........Central America
1600-1692.......... West Indies
1700-1779..........South America
1780-2799..........Eastern Hemisphere. Eurasia, Africa, etc.
1791-2196..........Europe
2110-2196.......... Former Soviet Republics. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). Russia (Empire)
2200-2444.84..........Asia
2445-2739..........Africa
2740-2799..........Australasia
2800-3064..........Oceans (General)
3100-3102..........Antarctica
3122..........Atlases of imaginary, literary, and mythological regions, etc., A-Z
3160-3171..........Globes
3180-9980..........Maps
3180-3182..........Universe. Solar system
3190-3191..........Celestial maps
3195-3197..........Moon
3200-3202..........World. Earth
3210-3221..........Northern and Southern Hemispheres
3240-3241..........Tropics. Torrid Zone
3250-3251..........Temperate Zone
3260-3272..........Polar regions. Frigid Zone
3290-9880..........By region or country
3290-5667..........Americas. Western Hemisphere
3300-5184..........North America
3380-3384..........Greenland
3400-(3612)..........Canada
3700-4384..........United States
4390-4392..........Caribbean area
4410-4763..........Mexico
4800-4874..........Central America
4900-5184..........West Indies
5200-5667..........South America
5670-8904..........Eastern Hemisphere. Eurasia, Africa, etc.
5700-7342..........Europe
7000-7342..........Former Soviet Republics. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). Russia (Empire)
7400-8198.54..........Asia
8200-8904.........Africa
8950-9084..........Australasia
9095-9794..........Oceans (General)
9800-9804..........Antarctica
9900-9980..........Unlocalized maps

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Library of Congress Classification Outline