Checheno-Ingushskaia ASSR. (Moscow: GUGK, 1974). Offset lithograph, color. Scale 1:600,000. Filed at LC call number G7063 .C3 1974
1974 Soviet school map of Chechnya-Ingushetia. Shows cities and towns; place names; republic, oblast, and raion boundaries; highways and roads and passes; railroads; rivers and irrigation canals; dunes; mountain ranges; and relief by shading a few spot heights. Includes a list of fourteen raions and raion centers. Includes legend.
Checheno-Ingushskaia ASSR. (Moscow: GUGK, 1970). Offset lithograph, colored. Scale 1:600,000. Filed under LC call number G7063 .C3 1970 .S6.
Soviet school map of Chenya-Ingushetia dated 1970 emphasizing its political and administrative divisions. Depicts boundaries at the oblast, republic, and raion levels; cities and towns; place names; railroads; five categories of roads; passes; rivers and irrigation canals; glaciers; and relief by shading and spot heights. Includes legend. Includes indexed table of thirteen raions and raion centers.
Ingushetiia, Prirodno-Ekonomicheskie Raiony 1925 g. / Ingoblstatbiuro 19 I-IV 26 g. ([Nazran', Russia?]: Izgotovlena po zakazu Pravitel'stva Respubliki Ingushetiia,  (Nal'chik: PK, 2004). Map, colored. Scale 1 inch = 5 versts. Filed at LC call number G7063 .I6J15 1925 .I5 2004
Facsimile, gift from the National Library of the Republic of Ingushetia in 2005, of original map published in 1926 showing land suitability for agriculture, as determined by physical geography. Identifies five categories of land arability, noted by color. Also shows settlements; place names; oblast, okrug, and economic raion boundaries; roads; and railroads.
All city maps of Ingushetia are listed and described on the Library of Congress online catalog.
Checheno-Ingushskaia ASSR. Ekonomicheskaia Uchebnaia Karta. V. P. Komarov and S. D. Shteynberg (Moscow: GUGK, 1970). Offset lithograph, color. Scale 1:400,000. Filed under LC call number G7063 .C3G1 1970 .R8
Soviet school economic map of Chechnya-Ingushetia from 1970. Depicts manufacturing industries, mining industries, agricultural zones, the largest state farms, and oil, gas, and electric lines. Also shows, roads, railroads, rivers, irrigation canals, irrigated lands, the locations of mineral waters and resorts, and boundaries. Includes six graphs indicating rising levels of production in various industries up until 1969; bar graphs indicating the growth agricultural production for the period 1958-68; and pie charts indicating the percentage growth of lands under cultivation from 1913 to 1968. Includes extensive legend.