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From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippifrom 1895 from Rand McNally & Company's indexed atlas of the world [published in 1895], page 142. Map shows counties, cities, towns, and railroad lines. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England.
From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1897, page 43 of The Century atlas, published by the Century Company, New York. Map shows counties, cities, towns, and railroad lines. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England.
From the Map Collection. A map of the Atlantic ocean between the coasts of Brazil and Guinea. "Pascaarte vande Zee custen van Guinea en Brasilia Van Cabo de Verde tot C de bona Esperanca en van R. de Amazonia tot Rio de la Plata, alles opwassende graaden gestelt. By Joannes van Keulen Bocck - verkooper en Graadboogh - maacker, acnde Niouwe - brugh inde gekroonde Lootsman. Met Priviligie voor [illegible]."
From the Map Collection. A map comprised of several sections. The center panel shows the the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Islands, and parts of South America, Mexico, and the U.S. Additional panels illustrates the Baye de Panama, St. Augustini, San Domingo, and Vera Cruz. On panel contains an illustration of a city in Mexico. The number 144 appears on the bottom right of the map outside the neatline. The full title of the map is "Mappa Geographica complectens I. Indiae Occidentalis perten mediam cirum Isthmum Panamensem II. Ipsum Isthmum. III. Ichnographiam praecipuorum locorum & portuum ad has terras pertinentium. Desumta omnia ex Historia Insula S. Dominici & pro prasenti statu belli, quod est 1740 inter Anglos & Hispanos exortum, luci publicae tradita ab Homannianis Heredibus."
From the Map Collection. A map of the South American States of New Grenada and Venezuela. Scale of 100 geographical miles and 100 British miles. "A Fullerton & Co. Edinburgh, London, and Dublin. Engraved by J. Bartholomew, Edin."
From the Map Collection. A map of South America. Scale of 500 Geographical miles and 500 British miles. Areas are categorized by British, French, and Dutch colonies as well as Native States.
From the Map Collection. A map of Central America. Scale of British miles and geographical miles. Ruined cities are indicated by a rectangle drawn around the name. If the name of a ruined city is not know, it is listed as Ruins. A long note in the bottom center of the map explains the Authorities followed in the making of the map. "A Fullerton & Co. Edinburgh, London, and Dublin. Engraved by J. Bartholomew, Edin."
From the Map Collection. A map of the Pacific ocean with California and part of Mexico on the right, and Japan and the Philippines on the left. Two southern routes are drawn across the map and labeled "Commodore Anson's Track from Acapulco to Tenian and from thence to China" and "The track of Nostra Seigniora de Cabadonga from Acapulco to Guam & from thence to the Philippine Islands, where she was taken by Commodore Anson in the Centurion the 30th of June 1743." A third route in the north is drawn and labeled "The track of Nostra Seigniora de Cabadonga, the Spanish Galleon from Manila to Acapulco."
From the Map Collection. Four maps on one sheet. Map A: parts of eastern Canada, including Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Map B: New England, including New York, New Jersey, and part of Pennsylvania. Map C: Virginia and Maryland. Map D: the Carolinas (including Georgia) and northern Florida. Includes descriptive text and legend at the bottom.
From the Map Collection. A map of the Philippine Islands. A route is drawn and labeled "The Track of the Manila Galeon from the Mole of Cabite till she gets clear of the Land."
From the Map Collection. A map showing the traditional top down view of Acapulco Harbor and Manila Bay. Spanning the top of the map horizontally is a profile of two islands "A View of 2 of the Landrone Islands". At bottom right "B.W. Seale sculp." Scale of "British Sea Leagues, 20 to a degree."
From the Map Collection. A map of the United States, Mexico, and Central America. The Confederate States are outlined with blue paint and "C.S.A." is painted across the center of the outlined area. In the top right corner there are numerous markings in different colors.
From the Map Collection. A maps showing a section of shoreline with two ports and the position of two cutters. "The Form of Cruising Off ACAPULCA on the COAST of MEXICO in the SOUTH SEAS, in the Year 1742. by his Majesty's Ships, Centurion, Gloucester, Tryall Prize, Carmila Prize, Carmin Prize. C. The Cutters belonging to the Centurion and Gloucester which kept 4 1/2 Leagues from the Shore in the Day, and close In in the Night, to watch the Motions of the Manila Ship." Scale of leagues.
From the Map Collection. A map showing a bay on the coast of Chili. The orientation of each piece of land is relative to the center of the map. "Discovered by a Victualler to COMMODORE ANSON'S Squadron in the SOUTH SEA, 1741. This ISLAND is call'd INCHIN by the Indians." Bottom right "B.W. Seale sculp."
From the Map Collection. A map showing a harbor and surrounding landforms. Brackish and fresh water are identified as well as the composition of the sea floor. "Lying in the Lat. of 17.d 36.m N." Scale of 1 mile.
From the Map Collection. A map showing a harbor with many sites identified and given explanations. Bottom right "B.W. Seale sculp."
From the Map Collection. A map showing a bay with sea floor composition noted. The three major features drawn are a salt lagoon, the Hill of Petaplan, and The White Friers. Scale of two English miles.
From the Map Collection. A map showing the shoreline around Port de Dames indicating soft sand and mud, salt lagoons, fresh water, and fisherman's huts. Also marked are the islands of Quiveta and Canales. Scale of three leagues.
From the Map Collection. A map of the coastline surrounding Cumberland Bay. Also marked are The East Bay, The Spout, The West Bay, and Sugar-loaf Bay. An area of fine sand is indicated. Scale of 2 miles.
From the Map Collection. A map of the island. Marked are The East Bay, The Spout, Cumberland Bay, The West Bay, and Sugar-loaf Bay, Monkey Key, and Goat Island. Areas of fine sand and fine dark sand are indicated. Scale of two leagues.
From the Map Collection. A map of a settlement with a road and multiple structures. The legend describes the use of certain structures. Scale of forty poles.
From the Map Collection. Map showing the Louisiana territory and Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. At top left: "Liv XVI." At top right: "No. 46."
From the Map Collection. Early map of southeastern North America showing the areas known then as Florida and Apalche. Shows areas from Texas in the west to Virginia; also shows part of Cuba.
From the Map Collection. A map showing the West Florida coast from Mobile to islands at St. Martin [present day Suwanee area?]. Longitude in degrees west from Paris. At top right: "Tome I, No. 41."
From the Map Collection. Map of the coast of early west Florida, including Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, and the mouth of the Mississippi River. At the top right of the map: "Gent. Mag. Feb. 1772." Includes inset: "Plan for a new settlement." Longitude is shown in degrees west from Greenwich.
From the Map Collection. A map showing the rivers of the Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas region. Cities are noted in all areas, counties are defined for Mississippi. On bottom "London. Published April 1832 by I.T. Hinton & Stimpkin & Marshall. Engraved. Printed by Ferner Sears & Co."
From the Map Collection. A color map of Florida showing existing and proposed water routes through the state. Some cities are marked. Includes three sections showing Pensacola, Tallahassee, and the Harbour of St. Augustine in detail. Across the top and bottom of the map are tables listing the distances of the routes from various stops along the river. On top "Tanner's Universal Atlas." On bottom "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1833, by H.S. Tanner, in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Published by H.S. Tanner Philadelphia."
From the Map Collection. A color map showing the rivers, cities, and counties of parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. On bottom right "Published under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Published June 1st 1833 by Baldwin & Gradock 47 Paternoster Row London. Engraved by J. & C. Walker."
From the Map Collection. A map of Louisiana with canals, roads, and distances from place to place along the stage and steamboat routes. On bottom "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1833, by H.S. Tanner, in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Published by H.S. Tanner No 144 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Engraved by W. Brose, Philadelphia"
From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi and Alabama showing railroads and canals in 1835. Overprinted or marked with colored lines to show county boundaries. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England.