Historical Atlas of Poland

The Historical Atlas of Poland was compiled by Jozef Nowina Sroczynski (Gimnazjuin teacher) [a gimnazjum is sort of a secondary school, perhaps comparable to our high school; the initials C.K. indicate he taught at a school in the Austrian Empire, presumably in Galicia].

The atlas was published by W. Dyniewicz, Chicago, IL – approximately 1910.

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Atlas Cover
Dispersal of the Slays as of 1900
Poland during the reign of Mieczyslaw I, as of 992
Poland during the reign of Boleslaw Chrobry, as of 1025
Poland Divided by Boleslaw Krzywousty among His Sons, as of 1138
Poland during the reign of Kazimierz the Great, as of 1370 (with Olgierd’s Lithuanian holdings)
Poland during the reign of Kazimierz Jagiellonczyk, as of 1496
Poland during the reign of Stefan Batory
The Partitions of Poland in 1772, 1793, 1795
Duchy of Warsaw as of 1809
Congress Kingdom of Poland and Current Division