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Center bottom margin: "London. Published Oct. 15 1831 by I.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall."; Right bottom margin: "Engraved & printed by Fenner Sears & Co."; Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Inset: Plan of Savannah.
I.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall (publisher)
Hinton, John Howard, 1791-1873. (creator)
Hinton, Isaac Taylor, 1799-1847.; Simpkin, Marshall and Co.; Fenner, Sears & Co. (contributor)
1831.
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"Entered... in the year 1853 by J.H. Colton....; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington; Ornamental border.; Shows Rail Roads, Common Roads, Canals, State Capital, Cities, County Towns, Villages, P.O. &c.; Map extends beyond borders of Alabama on all sides.; No. 31. in upper right margin.; An earlier edition, also dated 1853, does not show completed railroads to the extent of this edition.
J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
1853
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Hand colored. Ornamental borders.; On verso: The State of Mississippi; [a description].; Prime meridians: Greenwich, Washington.; Explanations: rail roads, common roads, canals, state capital, cities, county towns, villages, P.O &c.; Map extends into adjoining states.; No. 31 from an unidentified edition of his atlas of the world.; Verso: "The State of Mississippi" (Text)
J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
1855
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Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; In upper right margin: 53; The most likely date has been determined by comparing this map with those described in other references. The map included in Greenleaf's 1840 atlas does not show all the counties included on this map. The 1842 map. described by Mason, includes Coffee County - not shown on this map.
G.R. French (publisher)
Greenleaf, J. (Jeremiah), 1791-1864. (creator)
1841]
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Blue-line.; Probably produced either by the Alabama Highway Department or the U.S. Bureau of Roads.; Originally dated 12-31-66. Original date lined through and 5-1-67 written above.; Shows roads open to public, under construction and preliminary location of future roads..
[no publication information given] (publisher)
1967
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Panel title.; Includes index and 3 inset maps and 6 ancillary maps.; Contains population and land area figures above two main maps.; "6-555219-1."; "6-5408-2."
Rand McNally and Company. (creator)
Texas Company. (contributor)
c[1955]
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Issued with: Early history of the Creek Indians and their neighbors / John R. Swanton.; Engraved and printed by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology. (creator)
Melish, John, 1771-1822.; Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958,; United States. Government Printing Office.; Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology,; Geological Survey (U.S.) (contributor)
[1922]
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; The state capital, which moved to Montgomery in 1846, is shown to be at Tuscaloosa.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1846 by H.N. Burroughs... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
Burroughs, H. N. (contributor)
1846
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Variant title: Alabama highways, Civil War centennial, 1861-1961.; Panel title: Alabama Civil War centennial official highway map, 1961.; Includes 7 inset maps, text, and color illustrations.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1961
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Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Shows cotton belt, coal and iron regions of Alabama, railroads (completed and projected), and state boundaries.
Macmillan & Co (publisher)
W. & A.K. Johnston Limited. (creator)
Macmillan & Co. (contributor)
1871
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Includes index of counties in Alabama and explanation of mail service.
Post Office Dept (publisher)
United States. Post Office Department. (creator)
Burleson, Albert Sidney, 1863-1937. (contributor)
1914
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Lists "Approximate mileages for principal through routes"; Shows types of paving used on state and county roads.; Shows approximate population of cities and towns in 1920 census.
State Highway Department] (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1929
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Inset: Approximate mileage for principal through routes.; On verso: Interesting trips through Alabama: historic points along the highways / by Peter A. Brannon -- Important rules: rules and regulations governing road patrol duty, to which the attention of the public is especially called -- Index: principal cities & towns -- Road numbers.; Copyright, General Drafting Co., In., 6 Church St., New York
State Highway Commission (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
Brannon, Peter A. (Peter Alexander), 1882-; General Drafting Company. (contributor)
1930
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On verso: "Alabama, rich in scenic beauty and natural resources, welcomes you" (with 12 illus.); Important rules; Index, principal cities & towns.; Copyright, General Drafting Co., Inc., 21 West St., New York
State Highway Commission (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
General Drafting Company. (contributor)
1934
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February 14, 1942; Highway conditions, shown in red, indicate roads closed and detour necessary, roads under construction and detour advisable, and roads under construction and traffic maintained.; Rules of the road given in lower part of map.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1940
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Includes legend, color illustrations, index to cities and towns, and mileage chart.; Insets: Principal highways of the southeastern states traverse Alabama -- Mobile -- Gadsden -- Birmingham -- Montgomery.; Text, color illustrations and panel on verso.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1941
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Title at head of map: Alabama.; Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery,Mobile, Birmingham, Gadsden and Tuscaloosa.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1953
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Information regarding paving conditions, mileage, tourist attractions, etc.; Not the map printed for public distribution.
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1964.
Subjects
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Includes legend, color illustrations, and mileage chart.; Insets: Mobile -- Tuscaloosa -- Anniston -- Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Gadsen -- Huntsville.; Panel title: Alabama, take a fun break!; Text, color illustrations and panel on verso.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1970
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Shows annual average daily traffic. Sections with continuous volume of more than 500 vehicles per day shown by blue banding.; Includes insets of 17 urban areas.; Prepared in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration.
Alabama. State Highway Department. Bureau of State Planning and Programming. (creator)
1972
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"Status of construction as of May 1973."; Includes index, mileage diagram, table of state parks and facilities, inset maps of: Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Tuscaloosa -- Gadsden -- Huntsville -- Anniston -- Mobile.; Text, tourist information, and color ill. on verso.
Alabama Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. Division of Surveying and Mapping. (creator)
1973
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"Status of construction as of January 1977."; Includes index, mileage diagram, table of state parks and facilities, inset maps of: Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Tuscaloosa -- Gadsden -- Huntsville -- Anniston -- Mobile.; Text, tourist information, and color ill. on verso.
Alabama Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. Division of Surveying and Mapping. (creator)
[1977]
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Information regarding paving conditions, mileage, tourist attractions, etc.; Not the map printed for public distribution.; January 1979.
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1979
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Center bottom margin: "London. Published Oct. 15 1831 by I.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall."; Right bottom margin: "Engraved & printed by Fenner Sears & Co."; Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Inset: Plan of Savannah.
I.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall (publisher)
Hinton, John Howard, 1791-1873. (creator)
Hinton, Isaac Taylor, 1799-1847.; Simpkin, Marshall and Co.; Fenner, Sears & Co. (contributor)
1831.
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"Entered... in the year 1853 by J.H. Colton....; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington; Ornamental border.; Shows Rail Roads, Common Roads, Canals, State Capital, Cities, County Towns, Villages, P.O. &c.; Map extends beyond borders of Alabama on all sides.; No. 31. in upper right margin.; An earlier edition, also dated 1853, does not show completed railroads to the extent of this edition.
J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
1853
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Hand colored. Ornamental borders.; On verso: The State of Mississippi; [a description].; Prime meridians: Greenwich, Washington.; Explanations: rail roads, common roads, canals, state capital, cities, county towns, villages, P.O &c.; Map extends into adjoining states.; No. 31 from an unidentified edition of his atlas of the world.; Verso: "The State of Mississippi" (Text)
J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
1855
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Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; In upper right margin: 53; The most likely date has been determined by comparing this map with those described in other references. The map included in Greenleaf's 1840 atlas does not show all the counties included on this map. The 1842 map. described by Mason, includes Coffee County - not shown on this map.
G.R. French (publisher)
Greenleaf, J. (Jeremiah), 1791-1864. (creator)
1841]
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Panel title.; Includes index and 3 inset maps and 6 ancillary maps.; Contains population and land area figures above two main maps.; "6-555219-1."; "6-5408-2."
Rand McNally and Company. (creator)
Texas Company. (contributor)
c[1955]
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Written in manuscript: "Surveyors Office Florence Ala; Examined and approved 21 August 1833; Jas. H. Weakley Surveyor; U.S. lands in Alabama"..
United States. General Land Office (creator)
1833
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Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.; Shows states of Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.; Relief shown by hachures.; "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1847 by Cady & Burgess, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court ... New York."
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
Cady & Burgess.; Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (contributor)
1847
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Relief shown by hachures.; Shows settlements, trails, areas of Indian habitation by tribe, and physical features.; Prime meridian: Paris; In upper margin: Am. Sep. Parties des Etats Unis No. 56.
H. Ode (publisher)
Vandermaelen, Philippe, 1795-1869. (creator)
Ode, H. (Henri) (contributor)
1827
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Alabama. State Planning and Industrial Development Board. (creator)
1962
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"Edition of Sept. 1948 Revised July 1951"; Relief shown by contours, spot heights, and gradient tints.; Includes text, index to air markers and index diagram to adjoining sheets.; "Aug. 16, 1951"; Verso: text and illustrations.
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (publisher)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. (creator)
1951
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1850 ... in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; Choctaw County, established in 1847, is shown; Hancock County, created 1850, is not.
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1850
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1850 ... in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1853
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1856 by Charles Desilver, in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Desilver, Charles (contributor)
1856
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Relief shown by hachures.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1841 by H.S. Tanner in the ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; In upper margin: Tanner's universal atlas. 18; Prime meridian: Washington.
H.S. Tanner (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Brose, W. (contributor)
1841
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Coffee County, established in 1841, is shown.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1841 ... in H.S. Tanner... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1846
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; The state capital, which moved to Montgomery in 1846, is shown correctly.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; Decorative border.; Unlike another 1846 edition, this map has no copyright statement.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
1846
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"Tanner's Universal Atlas" in center top margin.; In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1841 ... in H.S. Tanner... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; Although not published until 1844, this map's information predates others issued with same copyright date. It shows counties created from Creek and Cherokee lands in 1836, but does not include Coffee County created in 1841.
Published by Carey & Hart (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Brose, W. (contributor)
1844
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Prime meridian: Philadelphia.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows the present states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and part of Florida.; Shows areas inhabited by Native American tribes.; Engraved for Morse's Universal Geography.; Date from Phillips.
Thomas & Andrews (publisher)
Doolittle, Amos, 1754-1832. (creator)
Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826. (contributor)
1796
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Accompanied by manuscript report, stating that the survey was authorized by Sumter County to determine the need for, and feasibility of, a private road connecting McDowell's Landing to the existing Livingston and Demopolis Road.; Report submitted March 4th, 1846.
s.n.,] (publisher)
May, Patrick B. (creator)
1846
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Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1857 by Charles Desilver in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; 22
Published by Charles Desilver (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
Desilver, Charles (contributor)
1857
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Relief shown by hachures.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1836 by H.S. Tanner in the ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; In upper margin: Tanner's universal atlas.; List of steamboat routes.; Shows canals and proposed, railroads and proposed, and leading roads.; Prime meridian: Washington.
H.S. Tanner (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Brose, W. (contributor)
1836
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Eugene Allen Smith, State Geologist.; Shows railroads and coal deposits.
Geological Survey of Alabama. (creator)
Gibson, A. M.; Smith, Eugene Allen, 1841-1927.; Wilson, H. F. (contributor)
1893
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Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington; Shows township grid, counties, railroads, cities, towns, and post offices.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1871 by Asher & Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington."; In upper margin; 35, 36.
Asher & Adams (publisher)
Asher & Adams. (creator)
1871
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Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Shows township grid, counties, railroads, cities, towns, and post offices.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1872 by Asher & Adams in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington."; In upper margin; 35, 36.
Asher & Adams (publisher)
Asher & Adams. (creator)
1872
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Color coded to indicate location of coal fields and iron ore deposits in Alabama, and improved property in Jasper.; Details railroad services and industrial properties.; Commercial statement in lower right corner.
Rand McNally Co (publisher)
Crenshaw, Bolling H. (Bolling Hall), 1867-1935. (creator)
1891
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