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subject : Indians of North America--Maps.
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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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Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.; Shows major cities, countries and European possessions, and areas of Indian habitation; coloration infers Texas and Upper or New California as separate entities from either Mexico or the United States; Oregon [British] Columbia intrudes into Oregon Territory [boundary set in 1818]; central plains labeled as Mandan and Osage Districts and Iowa [Territory]; boundary of Russian America [Alaska] as set "settled in 1825."; Includes text note.; In lower right margin: National Atlas - 37.; "Edinburgh, John Johnstone, and W. & A.K. Johnston, Glasgow, Robert Weir, _ Lumsden & Son."
John Johnstone, and W. & A.K. Johnston [etc.] (publisher)
Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871. (creator)
Johnstone, John, publisher.; Weir, Robert.; W. & A.K. Johnston Limited.; James Lumsden & Son. (contributor)
1843
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Relief shown by hachures.; Pages 7 and 8 from an unidentified atlas.; Verso blank.; Shows state boundaries, major cities and towns, existing and proposed railroads, canals, military outposts, areas of Indian habitation, historic routes of exploration, "Indian Territory," the western territories of the United States, and Virginia as one state.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1855, by J.H. Colton, in the Clerks Office for the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Published by J.H. Colton & Co (publisher)
Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893. (creator)
J.H. Colton & Co. (contributor)
1855
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Engraved by: W.J. Stone, Washn.; Detailed topographical map showing roads, U.S. forts, other details of the 2nd Seminole War, and land area assigned to the Seminoles.; Notation identifies all officers who contributed information for the map.
Mackay, John, -1848. (creator)
Blake, Jacob Edmund, 1811 or 1812-1846.; Stone, William James, 1798-1865.; Guion, Walter Burling.; Linnard, Thomas Beasly, -1851.; Gunnison, J. W. (John Williams), 1812-1853.; McLane, Robert M. (Robert Milligan), 1815-1898.; Lawton, Robert Brown, -1876.; Vinton, John Rogers, -1847.; Searle, Frederick, -1853.; Bainbridge, William Phillips, -1850.; Thomas, George H. (George Henry), 1816-1870.; Tompkins, Christopher Quarles, -1877.; Ketcham, James M., -1844.; Backus, Electus, -1862.; Rains, Gabriel Jones, 1861.; Long, Edwin Ramsay, -1846.; Burnett, Isaac Richardson Douglas, -1846.; Anderson, James Willoughby, -1847.; Prince, Henry, -1892.; Reynolds, Alexander Welch, -1876.; Caldwell.; United States. Army.; United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers.; United States. Army of the South. (contributor)
1839
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"Longitude West from Washington City."; Shows where various Indian tribes have been relocated.; H. Document 311.
Burr, David H., 1803-1875. (creator)
Haas, Philip, active 1837-1863. (contributor)
1838
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Relief shown pictorially.; "Gridley, sc."; Shows counties as they were named prior to December 10, 1812. On that date "Randolph" (shown on this map) was renamed "Jasper".; Shows Indian lands.; 20; Prime meridians: Philadelphia and London.; Probably from a Carey atlas.
Gridley, Enoch G. (creator)
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. (contributor)
1812
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Government Printing Office (publisher)
Stuart, John, 1718-1779. (creator)
Stuart, John, 1718-1779.; Geological Survey (U.S.); Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology. (contributor)
1770
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