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Description: Map of New Jersey and New York, showing cities, forts, roads, counties, townships, land grants, rivers, lakes and several topographical features. Much of t...
Date: 1720 ca.
Description: One of Herman Moll's most famous maps, often referred to as The Beaver Map for its elaborate engraved inset depicting and describing beavers building a dam...
Date: 1750 ca.
Description: Map of the northeast corner of America and Canada with hand-colored boundaries. The map shows colonies, Native American nations, fishing areas, and detaile...
Date: 1790 ca.
Description: An updated and corrected version of Robert de Vaugondy's 1750 map "Amérique Septentrionale: Dressée sur les Relations les Plus Modernes des Voyageurs et Na...
Date: 1715 ca.
Description: One of Herman Moll's most famous maps, often referred to as The Codfish Map, it shows rivers and portages, cities, Indian villages, wind directions, routes...
Description: Plate 42. Scene from Cook's Third Expedition, 1776-1779, while in Alaska.
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