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Date: 1719 ca.
Description: Map of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence river showing French and English cities and villages, trading posts, Indian villages and tribes, portages, for...
Description: Map of North America showing land divisions between France, Spain, England, Sweden, Denmark and Holland. The map is detailed, labeling cities, forts, islan...
Description: Engraved double-hemispherical world map by Moll, included in his atlas The world described, or, A new and correct sett of maps: shewing the kingdoms and st...
Description: This extremely detailed and ornate map shows the cities, Native American land, mountains, lakes, rivers, and European claims of North America. An inset map...
Description: Map of North America showing the European claims, Native American land and villages, rivers, lakes, cities, and notes on explorers, discoveries, and topogr...
Date: 1715 ca.
Description: A map of the countries and islands surrounding the Gulf of Mexico. The hand-colored borders separate the territories of England, France, Spain, and Holland...
Description: First edition of L'Isle's landmark map of North America. It covers America from the Rio Grande to the Atlantic Ocean, showing boundaries, the colonies, cit...
Date: 1710 ca.
Description: A seminal and fairly accurate map of the Great Lakes Region up to Baffin's Bay in Northern Canada. This is possibly the first printed map to locate Detroit...
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