Reading about all the peoples and places of Genesis can be a bit overwhelming for we who live thousands of years later. Even if you are versed in the geography of the Middle East, the map now looks very different than it did then. If you’re interested in getting a better grip of what the land looked like and where Abraham was and was going, take a look at some of the maps I’ve found online. Many of your Bibles probably include some great maps for reference as well, so don’t forget to check inside the back covers.
Bible Maps – Has lots of links to a variety of sites that host maps for the Bible.
Biblemap.org – An interesting approach where you put the book and chapter, and it’ll show you an overlay of the relevant places over Google Maps.
If you’ve found great resources yourself, pass them along and I’ll include them above!