This is a map of who knows where. The lack of names on it, and the general style, makes me think it’s from around 1977.
This is a map of parallel-USA small town on a little lake. Notably, it lacks motorways despite being drawn in my elementary years.
This is another map of an imaginary intermountain state, something based on driving too often with my family across Nevada. I don’t know what that grid on the right was supposed to be – perhaps some kind of military installation? I would date this to 1976.
This is just a bunch of grids and freeways in the style I developed in late elementary school: draw parallel lines and then painstakingly erase all the intersections so you get that nice street-width effect. Maybe 1975?
This is a map of some place I call San Sanatros. The bad, fake Spanish dates it quite early (before I started trying to use actual Spanish onomastics) – possibly 1977?
This is a map of an Earthsea-inspired place with only the name “Dragon’s Back” written in. I would say I drew this in 1978 – which is when I first read LeGuin’s Earthsea books.
This is a map of an effort to figure out plate tectonics on a globe but using flat paper. I don’t feel like it was very successful. I don’t know what planet this was supposed to be. I drew it in maybe 1982 (I can date it because of the style of graph paper I was using at the time).
This is another map of Santa Jimena, which I posted yesterday. This time its focused on the subway system, which was quite ambitious, as you can see. I drew this map before the one posted yesterday – in maybe 1979. I expect the incomplete one posted yesterday would have eventually served as the basis for a more refined subway map system if I hadn’t decided to change the city into a Mahhalian one.
This is a map of an alternate-California city I used to call Santa Jimena. The city later was transformed into one of the major Mahhalian cities, Jul Jaraom, but it retained its unique topography and layout. I drew this map in about 1980.
This is another map of Tabec – a completely different version from the one I posted before. This is a “historical map” in the style I would so commonly do – I would draw things in using pencil, and let them evolve over time.