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Description: Map of North America from the southern portion of James Bay to Florida. It shows the colonies, cities, Native American land, and topological and geographic...
Description: A map of a plan of 16,500 acres of land.
Date: 1746 ca.
Description: A map of the western hemisphere, including parts of western Europe and Africa, showing the division of the Americas by the European powers. Weapons and fol...
Description: Detailed map of the western hemisphere and part of Africa and Europe. Islands, cities, settlements, rivers, lakes, countries, and regions are marked. Mount...
Date: 1745 ca.
Description: Zodiac as seen from the Northern Hemisphere.
Date: 1740 ca.
Description: Engraved and hand-colored map of the Iberian peninsula as a theater of war during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714). The map is dedicated to Ki...
Description: Landmark map of the Great Lakes region and one of the most advanced depictions of the lakes and surrounding areas for its time. It is the first map to intr...
Description: This world map from the German mathematician, historian, and geographer Johann Matthias Hase shows the major cities, islands, and the major political divis...
Description: Zodiac as seen from the Southern Hemisphere.
Description: Map including the regions and cities of the northern half of North America. Native American land, rivers, lakes, mountains are labeled. Mountains, marshes,...
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