The Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft has completed two Mars years in nearly circular polar orbit at a nominal altitude of 400 km. The Mars crust is at least an order of magnitude more intensely magnetized than that of the Earth, and intriguing in both its global distribution and geometric properties. Measurements of the vector magnetic field have been used to map the magnetic field of crustal origin to high accuracy. This most recent map is assembled from 2 full years of MGS night-side observations, and uses along-track filtering to greatly reduce noise due to external field variations. Additional information is included in the original extended abstract.