Topographical Maps: 1836 - 1945 Russian, in Cyrillic
1931 "LXXIV-A GRODNO"
1931 "HANUSZYSZKI"
(Onuškis),
1938 "N-35-A
VILNO," at
1:500 000.
1938 "PRIEKULE,"
at
1:100 000
1939 "N-35-VII
OSHMYANY,"
1:200 000.  
From www.mapywig.org
1933 "Kaunas"
in two images at
1:200 000. From
www.maps.
vlasenko.
net
1909 "Litwa LXVII-A:
Sapezheeski" (Zapiškis),
based on 1889 data.
1941 "N-34-70-G
SUVALKI,
1:50 000.
Based on maps back
to 1890.
Sourced, unless stated otherwise, from mapywig.org
1931 "Rokiškis" at
1:200 000.  From
www.maps.vlasenko.net
1861 "ШАВЛИ" (SHAVLI),
in a
three-verst map at 1:
126 000.
From the Library of
Congress via easteurotopo.org
1872 "ВИЛЪНА"
(ViILNA), in a three-
verst
map at 1:126 000,
using data from 1865.
From the US Library of
Congress via mapywig.org
1916 ("РУМШИШКИ -
ЖИЖМОРЫ")
(Rumšiškės
to Žiežmariai), in a
two-
verst
map at 1:84 000.
From easteurotopo.org
1905 013 Рига (Riga)
From the US Library of Congress via mapywig.org
1898 004 Лиепая
(Liepāja); Мемель  
(Memel)
Полковник Стрельбицкий (Colonel [Ivan] Strel’bitskii:  
"Спец.карта европейской России №14"
(Special map of
European Russia)
, depicting "KOВНО" (Kovno),
"ВИЛЪНА"
(Vilna), "ПОНЕВЪЖЪ" (Panevezh), and  
"ДИНАБУРГЪ"
(Dünaburg), among other towns.
"Специальная карта европейской России" (Special Map of European Russia), 10-versts (10.7 km/6.6 mile) or 1:420 000 from a military project approved in 1865, implemented and
published by Ivan Strel’bitskii :
1903 No. 15 "Ли́да"
(Lida), "Минск" (Minsk)
1873 Russian topo map
(updating an 1865 map):
"
1:126 000 Ryad X List 3
[versts] Shavli
(Siauliai)."  
1889 "SUVALK. GUB.,
MARIAMP.," Russian
topo map,
1:21 000
(half-verst)
1866 Western  
Augustów g,
including
Сувалки
(Suvalki).
1940 O-34-Г Лиепая (Liepaja North)
1:500 000
1940 0-35-В Рига (Riga North)
1:500 000
1940 O-34-Г Лиепая (Liepaja South)
1:500 000
1940 O-35-В Рига (Riga South)
1:500 000
1868 [dated]
www.karty.by
1883 [dated]
Специальная карта европейской России" (Special Map
of European Russia)
, 1-verst (1.07 km/0.66 mile) or 1:42 000
"Russischen karte des Westlichen Grenzgebiets" (Russian maps of the western frontier) at 1:25 000. German enlarged reprints of Russian maps.
1915 [dated] "Gruppe
Kowno XII 17 B." See the
town Чабишки
(Čiobiškis),
at the confluence of the
rivers Neris and Musė.
1915 [dated]  "Gruppe
Kowno XII 17 C." See the
town of Мусники
(Musninkai).
1932
АЭРОНАВИГАЦИОННАЯ
КАРТА Генеральный Штаб
Рабоче-Крестьянской
Красной Армии
 (AIR
NAVIGATION MAP
General Staff of the Workers
'and Peasants' Red Army)
1:1 000 000: "N-35
МИНСК."
From Składnica Map
Biblioteki Wydziału Nauk o Ziemi
Uniwersytetu Śląskiego via www.
mapywig.org   
1836 [dated] The very first topographic maps of the historic Lithuanian area!
General Karl Tenner (director of the land survey of Vilna guberniya) - Józef Chodźko
(cousin of mapmaker Leonarnd Chodźko and assigned by Tenner to survey Vilna -- which
took from 1819-29, as well as  Grodno, Minsk and Courland gubernii)
:
"ТОПОГРАФИЧЕСКАЯ КАРТА ВИЛЕНСКОЙ ГУБЕРНIИ 1:210 000"
(TOPOGRAPHIC
MAP OF VILNA GUBERNIYA,
1: 210 000 [five versts]), each map dissected and mounted
on linen, except for the index map.
From the U.S. Library of Congress via www.mapywig.org
I
II
Top half of III
IV
Top half of V
VI
VII
VIII
A "Verst," since the time of Peter the Great, in the early 18th century = 500 sazhen. This makes a verst equal to 1.0668
kilometers (0.6629 miles; 3,500 feet. Peter redefined it against the Englsih system, and used Arabic numerals. The
measurement was abandoned July 21, 1925
1928 "Vilnius,"
at
1:200 000
in two images.
F
rom www.
maps.vlasenko.net
(From www.maps4U.lt:)  Maps of Russian Empire in scale 1:42 000 (one verst per inch) were originally named Одноверстовая карта западного пограничного пространства (1-
verst maps of west border space) and
were prepared and published 1880 to WW I. Red Army topographers republished them, with some updates, until 1940. Such maps were assembled from four double
reduced photocopies of half-verst (1: 21 000) maps. The contents of half-verst and one-verst maps differ only in font size and line thickness. Initially, maps were printed in black and white, but later editions,
especially the eastern sheets, were printed in four colors.  One-verst maps have Roman and Arabic numerals: the Roman numeral is latitude, the Arabic number is the position of the sheet in the row. The sheet is
named for the largest settlement within the area depicted. The frames of these maps specify the year of the initial survey and the update.
Maps from the US Library of Congress via www.mapywig.org
One-verst index map. Dark black type
= sheets available for uploading to this site.
1916 LXII-B
Радзивилишки
(Radviliškis)
1931 LXVII-2
Кошедары
(Kaišiadorys)
1928 LXIV-5
Скемяны

(Skiemonys)
1928 LXVII-1
Ковно
(Kaunas)
1928 LXV-2
Шаты
(Šėta)
1935 LXX-7
Ошмяны
(Ašmena)
1929 LXVIII-2
Жижморы
(Žiežmariai)
1915 LXIV-7 Top
Таврогены
(Tauragnai)
1915 LXV-7 Top
& Bottom
Лаэанары
(Labanoras)
1916 LXVIII-5
Вильна
(Vilnius)
1928 LXVI-3
Гелваны
(Gelvonai)
1931 LXVII-3
ЧАБИШКИ
(Čiobiškis)
1941 "N-35-A_ВИЛЬНЮС,"
(Vilnius) Литовская,
Латвийская и Беларусская
CCP
(Lithuania, Latvia and
Belarussia SSR).
From Biblioteka
PAN Muzeum Ziemi w Warszawie,
via www.mapwig.org
Генеральный Штаб Рабоче-Крестьянской Красной Армии 1:500 000 (General
Staff of the Workers 'and Peasants' Red Army 1: 500,000)