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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.

From the Map Collection. A map of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas counties and cities. Also marked are battlefields, important places, and state capitals. Scale of 50 geographical or 57.63 statute miles to one inch. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1858 by J.H. Colton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York."

From the Map Collection. Map showing the counties of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas from 1860. "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."

From the Map Collection. A map of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi counties and cities. Published by A.J. Johnson, New York. On the bottom left inside the neatline "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1866, by A.J. Johnson, in the Clerks Office in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York."

From the Map Collection. Map showing the counties of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana from 1870. Also shows cities, towns, and railroads. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1870 by S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr. in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." Drawn and engraved by W.H. Gamble, Philadelphia. From Mitchell's new general atlas, page 39. Published: Philadelphia : S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., 1870.

From the Map Collection. Map of a stretch of the Mississippi River from Sargent's Bend to Grand Gulf that shows changes in the course of the river from the Davis Cut Off in 1867 to 1874. Surveys were completed in 1866 by Green, Porter, etc., with engineers M.J. Thompson and G.W.R. Bayley. River course data were compiled by A.F. Wrotnowski.

From the Map Collection. Map showing predominant types of trees, prepared by the Forest Survey Staff of the Southern Forest Experiment Station of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Includes range and section lines.

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 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, "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. 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. A map showing the segment of the Mississippi River. Text on map reads, "Reconaissance for the use of the Mississippi Squadron Rear Admiral D.D. PORTER U.S.N. Comdg. By F.H. GERDES, Assistant UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY A.D. BACHE, Supdt. Scale 1/40,000. 1864."

From the Map Collection. A map showing the segment of the Mississippi River bordered by Rodney, Mississippi and St. Joseph, Louisiana lying between Natchez and Vickburg. Text on map reads, "Reconaissance for the use of the Mississippi Squadron Rear Admiral D.D. PORTER U.S.N. Comdg. By F.H. GERDES, Assistant UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY A.D. BACHE, Supdt. Scale 1/40,000. 1864."

From the Map Collection. A map of Central and North America including Canada and the Arctic. The scale is given in six different countries measurements.

From the Map Collection. A map of present day central and eastern United States.

From the Map Collection. A map of North and South America.

From the Map Collection. A map of Europe. In the top left quadrant there are two diagrams both representing the areas of earth affected by a solar eclipse.

From the Map Collection. A map of present day Isreal and Palestine showing the region divided into land occupied by twelve tribes.

From the Map Collection. A map of present day eastern United States. The top left has an enlarged view of the coast from Louisiana to the Florida panhandle. In addition to rivers, cities and settlements being identified, the map is littered with drawings of people, animals, ships, structures and land forms.

From the Map Collection. A map of the Asian continent. Water bodies, cities, and landforms are marked. In the top right corner there is a box of text.

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