Map [from Print source using APA 6th ed.]
This source is not covered by the APA style manual. Check with your lecturer before using this suggestion which is based on APA style.
Modern maps are likely to have corporate authors, rather than personal authors. Historical maps may be the work of a single map-maker.
Author, Initials. (year) . Title of the map, (Series and series number [If there is one]), scale. Place of publication: Publisher.
Ordnance Survey. (1979). (Sheet NR 75 NE), 1:10,000. Southampton: Author.
Ordnance Survey. (1983). Boston & Spalding (Landranger series sheet 131), 1:50,000. Southampton: Author.
Portsmouth City Council. (1992). Portsmouth City Local Plan proposals map: deposit version, 1:10,000. Portsmouth: Author.
Citation in Text
The map clearly shows the extent to which outbuildings have changed (Ordnance Survey, 1979).
The road layout reflects the location of drains (Ordnance Survey, 1983) in that …
Evidence of the consideration of a tram route (Portsmouth City Council, 1992) lies in the indication of a safeguarded route …
- Please note that when the map has a corporate author, the term Author is used in place of the name of the publisher, following the APA convention for books. Where there is a recognized standard system for grid referencing, as with Ordnance Survey maps, consider using this in the in-text citation, as you would a page reference from a book, if it is appropriate.