This map is being compiled by Suzy Loonam, publisher, HistoricSouthNorfolk.com, in collaboration with Raymond L. Harper, renowned local historian. The project is a work-in-progress that began in August, 2015.
DIRECTIONS: BEST VIEWED ON A PC! To move the map (pan), click and hold your mouse, then drag the map. You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the map north, south, east, and west.

Zoom in and out by using the zoom in and zoom out buttons in the bottom right corner of the map. You can also double click to zoom in, or use your mouse scroll or trackpad to zoom in and out.

To scroll your page, stop zooming or stop panning, click outside of the map.

To see a list of Points of Interest (POIs), click the square at upper left on the map. You can filter the list by checking or unchecking the layers to view: Information, Historic Homes, Historic Landmarks, Founding Fathers, and In this vicinity (used to be).

To see a list of Points of Interest (POIs), click the white square at upper left. You can filter the list by checking or unchecking the layers to view: Historic Homes, Historic Landmarks, Schools, Churches, and In this vicinity (used to be).

To retract the list of POIs, scroll to the bottom of the list and click the arrow.

If the markers are too close together, zoom in on the map. At the bottom of the text on each marker, you may see a link to “view on Google Maps. Clicking this link and selecting “Earth” view at lower left will show you a modern day panoramic view of the map location.

To see a modern-day streetview, click a map point, scroll to the bottom and look for “View Google Maps,” then select streetview. (This option is not available on every map point).

To view the map outside of our website, CLICK HERE.