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From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi counties as they were in 1860(?). Scale of 100 American Miles. "Reprinted by Mississippi Historical Society, 1969."

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1850. Published on page 23 of an unnamed publication: Philadelphia : Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes and distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1850 by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., in the Clerk's office of the District court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." [Apparently derived from the 1836 map of the same name by H.S. Tanner (see mus.map0494, see page number 23 on each map), but differences are noted on inspection.]

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1846. Published: Philiadelphia : S. Augustus Mitchell. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes with distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington.

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi by J.H. Colton. Map shows counties, towns, roads, and railroads. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England.

From the Map Collection. A reprint of a Mississippi map featuring counties and roads originally published in 1850. Contains a table of steamboat routes and their distances.

From the Map Collection. A map of the United States including the "Northwest", "Missouri" and "Arkansaw" territories. The coast of present day California is listed as "Unexplored Country." Scale of 200 miles.

From the Map Collection. Map of the western hemisphere, including North and South America. Map also shows a small portion of Western Europe and Africa. [Maps of the same name by Fer previously published or issued in 1699 and 1705.]

From the Map Collection. Map of of the Louisiana Territory and Mississippi River Valley. Contains views of Niagara Falls, Father Louis Hennepin and buffalo. Color coded to show Louisiana, Florida, Canada, the Spanish colonies of Mexico, and the English colonies that would become the United States.

From the Map Collection. Map, "A Recent and New Depiction of New or Large Spain 1579," by Abraham Ortelius. A map of Mexico.

From the Map Collection. A map of the eastern United States excluding the majority of Florida and Maine. Western bounding is the approximate location of the Mississippi River.

From the Map Collection. Descriptive note below the map: "Map of Mississippi as it appeared in 1822, five years after its admission as a state. Hinds County as shown was ceded by the Choctaw Indians in 1820. Covington County was formed in 1819, Perry in 1820, Monroe and Hinds in 1821, and the others shown existed at the time of admission in 1817, with some differences in boundaries. Compliments of Tom L. Ketchings Company, Natchez, Mississippi." Map shows counties and territories of Indian nations (Chicasaw and Choctaw).

From the Map Collection. Reverse image blueprint showing an index map of the Mississippi Central Railroad from Natchez to Hattiesburg as of June 30, 1918. The MCRR headquarters was in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

From the Map Collection. A map showing western territories and the routes of Confederate and Union troops.

From the Map Collection. A map of the Big Black River Bridge battlefield showing the positions of the U.S. Troops on May 17th 1863.

From the Map Collection. Map of the Mississippi territory in 1814 by Francis Shallus. Mississippi territory at that time included what is now Alabama. Map is numbered 23 in top margin. Longitude given in degrees west from London and Philadelphia.

From the Map Collection. Map of the Mississippi territory in 1814. Reprinted by the Mississippi Historical Society in 1969. Mississippi territory at that time included what is now Alabama. Longitude given in degrees west from London and Philadelphia.

From the Map Collection. Manuscript map of the city of Hattiesburg prepared by the City Engineering Department, August 1971.

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 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 a harbor with many sites identified and given explanations. Bottom right "B.W. Seale sculp."

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 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. 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 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. 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 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 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 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. 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.

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