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Description: Scale: about 180 miles to 1 in.
Description: Contenant: New Hampshire, Massachusetsbaye, Rhode Island, Connecticut, La Nouvelle York, Nouvelle Jersey, La Pensilvanie, Les Comtes de Newcastle, Kent et...
Description: Double hemispherical world map showing routes of Tasman, Magellan, Mendana, etc. Relief shown pictorially. Title in oak wreath cartouche. Map between four...
Description: This drawing, based on an 1897 survey, appeared in the 1899 Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, accompanying Publius V. Lawson's arti...
Description: In French: "Partie Occidentale du Canada et septentrionale de la Louisiane avec une partie de la Pensilvanie". A map showing graticule and six European sca...
Description: A map of the rapids in the River Ohio.
Description: This Italian map from 1778 depicts the upper portion of the Old Northwest. Rivers and lakes are identified and relief, real and imagined, is depicted picto...
Description: A hand-drawn plat map of Elkcorn (Elkhorn?) Creek.
Description: Hand-colored. Paris: 1755. Scale [ca. 1:3,000,000].
Date: 1745 ca.
Description: A two page world map featuring the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, as well as the northern and southern zodiacs. Additionally, the map is ordained with n...
Description: Text in the upper right corner reads, "A Map of The Western Part of the Territories belonging to the United States of America. Drawn from the best authorit...
Description: Hand-drawn map of the area where the Battle of Black's Fort took place.
Description: From "A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto". This is the Wisconsin and Minnesota section.
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