Panoramic maps were "birds' eye view" images, more like portraits than maps, and they give the modern viewer a good idea of everyday life of that time, the artist usually including windmills (sometimes the "Dutch" type), boats and other modes of transporation in the drawings.
1867 Hastings, Dakota Co. panoramic map
1867 Lake City, Wabasha Co. panoramic map
1869 Anoka, Anoka Co. panoramic map
1869 Faribault, Rice Co. panoramic map
1869 Northfield, Rice Co. panoramic map
1869 Rochester, Olmsted Co. panoramic map
1869 St. Cloud, Stearns Co. panoramic map
1870 Austin, Mower Co., panoramic map
1870 Mankato, Blue Earth Co., panoramic map
1870 New Ulm, Brown Co., panoramic map
1870 Owatonna, Steele Co., panoramic map
1870 Stillwater, Steele Co., panoramic map
1870 St. Peter, Nicollet Co., panoramic map
1883 Luverne, Rock Co. panoramic map
Below are several state, county and city maps from various years
1823 Fort St. Anthony (Fort Snelling) Map
1873 Dakota Co.
1874 Anoka Co.
1874 Blue Earth Co.
1874 Brown and Nicollet
1874 Clay, Ottertail, Becker and Wilkins counties
1874 Dodge Co.
1874 Duluth, St. Louis Co.
1874 Goodhue Co.
1874 Kandiyohi Co.
1874 Nicollet Co.
1874 Olmsted Co.
1874 Pine, Kanabec, Isanti and Chisago
1874 Ramsey Co.
1874 Rochester, Olmstead Co.
1874 Rushford and Spring Valley, Fillmore Co.
1874 Scott Co.
1874 St. Cloud, Stearns Co.
1874 Waseca, Wilton, and East Janesville, Waseca Co.
1874 Winona Co.
1895 Minnesota State Map
1906 Minneapolis City Map
Contemporary State Map