This appendix is a virtual museum exhibit. The reader is invited to explore the history of Taiwan through these European maps, which are among the most important visual sources for the study of seventeenth-century Taiwan.
|Map of Dutch Fortress on Penghu, c. 1623||Map of The Island of Formosa, 1636||Bird's-Eye View of Fort Zeelandia and Warehouses, 1635|
|Bird's-Eye View of Zeelandia, c. 1652||Map of the Western Coast of Taiwan, Tayouan and Points South, c. 1636||Map of the Western Coast of Taiwan, Tayouan and Points North, c. 1636|
|Map of Roads and Cultivated Fields in the Saccam Area, 1644||Map of Luzon, Isla Hermosa (Taiwan), and a Part of the Coast of China, 1597||Map of the Spanish Port in Jilong, Taiwan, 1626|
|Map of Danshui and Surrounding Areas, Including the Island of Jilong, 1654||Navigation Charts of Jilong and the Bay of Tayouan||Map of Formosa, c. 1652|