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These wall maps depict the congressional districts in effect for the 108th Congress of the United States (January 2003-2005). A separate map exists for each state, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition to congressional district boundaries, the maps show American Indian/Alaska Native/Hawaiian Home Land areas, states, counties, selected places, state capitals, military installations, National Park Service lands, other selected geographic areas, major roads, and hydrographic features. Each map measures 36 by 48 inches. All maps were created using the U.S. Census Bureau's TIGER database (Census 2000).
Hard copies of these maps are available for purchase. They measure 48 x 36 inches. Please see our Maps Available For Purchase page for ordering information and pricing.
The files may also be downloaded directly from our FTP site: 108th Congressional District FTP Directory
108th Congressional District GIF Files: cd108_ss.gif, where ss is the state postal abbreviation.
108th Congressional District PDF Files: cd108_ss.pdf, where ss is the state postal abbreviation.