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subject : Southern States--Maps--Early works to 1800.
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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: Greenwich.; English edition of that part of Guillaume de L'Isle's 1703 map which shows Louisiana, Florida and Carolina.; Shows locations of Indian tribes and their villages.; Title in a frame at bottom center.
F. Roberts (publisher)
L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726. (creator)
[1720]
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Relief shown pictorially.; Includes note on the Cherokees and ornamental cartouche.; "No. 60" below neat line, bottom left.
Printed for W. Innys, R. Ware etc (publisher)
Bowen, Emanuel, -1767. (creator)
1747
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Prime meridians: I'isle de Fer and Paris.; Relief shown by hachures.
n.p (publisher)
Poirson, J. B. (Jean Baptiste), 1760-1831. (creator)
Bartram, William, 1739-1823.; Blondeau, active 18th century-19th century. (contributor)
[1799]
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Relief shown by shading.; Prime meridian: London.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Bowen, Emanuel, -1767. (contributor)
[1764?]
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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: London.; Hand colored.; Title in illustrative cartouche.; Inset: The Gallapagos Islands discovered & described by Capt. Cowley in 1684.; "No. 110."
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Bowen, Emanuel, -1767. (creator)
[1752]
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Decorative title cartouche depicting classical figures, with coat of arms.; Dedicated to Anthony Hammond.; Shows boundaries, rivers, forests and principal settlements, with notes.; Relief shown pictorially.; London meridian.; Continent of North America, as then known, with Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean.
John Senex] (publisher)
Senex, John, -1740. (creator)
1710
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Scale calculated from latitude spacing.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows California as an island.
G. G. de Rossi (publisher)
Sanson, Guillaume (creator)
Rossi, Giovanni Giacomo de, 1627-1691.; Widman, Georgio (contributor)
1677
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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: London.; Map shows landforms, drainage, cities, prevailing winds, and other landmarks.; Also shows southern United States, Central America, and northern South America.; "Where may be had just publish'd for the use of the curious as well as students, in one vol: 8 vo., Geography reformed; or, A new system of general geography, according to an accurate analysis of ye science; augmented with several necessary branches omitted by former authors in 4 parts to which is added a copious index, answering ye end of a geographical dictionary."--Along bottom margin.; Includes explanatory notes.; Detached from and originally published in: The Gentleman's magazine, v. 10, Jan. 1740, opp. pg. 3.
Printed for E. Cave (publisher)
Bowen, Emanuel, -1767. (creator)
Cave, Edward, 1691-1754, (contributor)
[1740]
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Seligmann's re engraving of Mark Catesby's map. That English version appeared variously in volumes 1 or 2 of The Natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, published in London 1731-1732.; Prime meridian: London.; Relief shown pictorially.; Depicts the Southeast as far west as the Mississippi River. Colored to show the British possessions in pink, the French in green, and the Spanish in yellow.
[s.n.] (publisher)
Seligmann, Johann Michael, 1720-1762. (creator)
Catesby, Mark, 1683-1749. (contributor)
1755
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Seligmann's re engraving of Mark Catesby's map. That English version appeared variously in volumes 1 or 2 of The Natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, published in London 1731-1732.; Prime meridian: London.; Relief shown pictorially.; Depicts the Southeast as far west as the Mississippi River. Colored to show the British possessions in pink, the French in green, and the Spanish in yellow.
[s.n.] (publisher)
Seligmann, Johann Michael, 1720-1762. (creator)
Catesby, Mark, 1683-1749. (contributor)
1755
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Covers the southern states east of the Mississippi River.; Relief shown pictorially.; "Drawn & Engraved for Morse's American Gazetteer."; Prime meridian: Washington, D.C.
S. Hall, and Thomas & Andrews (publisher)
Bradley, Abraham, 1731-1824. (creator)
Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826. (contributor)
1797
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Copper engraving.; Relief represented pictorially.; Shows the West Indies and Florida, portions of what became the southern United States, Central America and northern South America.; Title in ornate strapwork cartouche with cherubs and birds. Decorative flower border around perimeter of map.; Includes coat of arms in top left corner, historical notes, sailing ships, sea monsters and compass rose on the Tropic of Cancer line.; Shows longitude coordinates, latitude coordinates estimated and derived from a modern map of the area. Geographic coordinates converted to Greenwich.; Map is believed to be based on the charts of Girolamo Benzoni, who explored the New World between 1541 and 1556. Florida is derived from the Le Moyne map of 1591. It is one of the earliest maps to detail northern South America and one of the few Caribbean maps of the period. The islands of the West Indies are represented disproportionately large, and the Bahamas with the Islands Bahama and Lucaya are placed too far north.; Scale from source.; Publisher's information from Church catalogue.; Appears in: Americae pars quarta, de Bry's part IV of his Grands Voyages. Editions were published in 1594, 1613 and 1644.
Bry, Theodor de, 1528-1598, (creator)
Benzoni, Girolamo, 1519-; Feyerabend, Johann, 1550-1599, (contributor)
anno M D XCIIII, [1594].
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At upper right in lower right corner of title box: Tom: VI, no. 27, pag: 101.; Box at lower left contains remarks on Mexico and Florida.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows political boundaries, areas of Indian habitation, cities, towns, ports, rivers, and notable physical features for North America from the Great Lakes and New England in the north to the Sea of California, all of New Spain, the West Indies, and the northwest coast of South America; "Floride" encompassing the [modern-day] southeastern states and the majority of [modern-day] Texas and Oklahoma.; This is a reduced version of Guillaume de L'Isle's 1703 Carte du Mexique et de la Florida. According to Koeman, the map appeared in Vol. VI of the 1719 and 1732 editions of Chatelain's Atlas Historique. Library also holds the uncolored 1732 printing. The worn quality of the plate used in 1719 is evident.
Chatelain (publisher)
Chatelain, Henri Abraham. (creator)
[1719]
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Shows southeastern states plus part of Cuba and Bahamas.; Relief shown pictorially.; Watermark
Johannis Bogardi (publisher)
Wytfliet, Corneille. (creator)
1597
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Prime meridian: Ferro.; Relief shown pictorially.; Shows locations of many Indian tribes and their villages.
Pierre van der Aa (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
[1713]
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Prime meridian: Philadelphia and London.; Relief shown pictorially.; "Engraved for Carey's American edition of Guthrie's Geography."; Shows the present states of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.; Extends into present states of Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida, and Louisiana.; Shows Indian tribal lands.
Barker, W. (William), active 1795-1803. (creator)
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. (contributor)
1795
Intaglio prints.; Image
Prime meridian: Philadelphia.; From American atlas, New York, 1796.; State II.
Tanner, Benjamin, 1775-1848. (creator)
Reid, John, 1764?-1828, (contributor)
1796
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Covers the Atlantic coast from Cape Canaveral to Philadelphia; extends west to Natchitoches, Louisiana.; Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: [Ferro].; Differs from other edition: lacks numbering inside border at top right; lacks "Chez Remondini" in cartouche.
Par P. Santini (publisher)
Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782. (creator)
Santini, P. (contributor)
1776
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Relief shown pictorially.; Hand colored.; Cartouche frames title statement and note at lower left.; Accompanied by sheet of descriptive text.
Chez l'auteur dans l'Isle du Palais sur le quay de l'Orloge a la sphere royale avec privil du roy (publisher)
Fer, Nicolas de, 1646-1720. (creator)
1702
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Relief shown pictorially.; Scale calculated by latitude divisions.; Prime meridian: London.
Fielding and Walker? (publisher)
Lodge, John, -1796. (creator)
1778
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Shows Southeast from Mississippi River to western part of Florida and Georgia.; Above neat line at left: Fogl. X.; Prime meridian: Ferro.; Relief shown pictorially.
Antonio Zatta (publisher)
Zatta, Antonio, active 1757-1797. (creator)
1785
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Prime meridian: Paris.; Depths shown by soundings.; Includes table of latitudes for New Orleans, the Balise, Fort Condé, Dauphin Island, St. Joseph Bay (Fort Crevecoeur).; Inset: Partie supérieure de la Louisiane.; Published uncolored; library's copy has been hand colored.
Anville] (publisher)
Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782. (creator)
De la Haye, Guillaume, 1727-1802. (contributor)
1752
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Prime meridian: Paris.; Depths shown by soundings.; Includes table of latitudes for New Orleans, the Balise, Fort Condé, Dauphin Island, St. Joseph Bay (Fort Crevecoeur).; Inset: Partie supérieure de la Louisiane.; Shows rivers, towns, etc.; Has latitude scale, but no longitude except for the city of New Orleans.; Originally uncolored. One library copy has minor hand color to boundaries, etc.; another has been extensively colored.
J.B.B. D'Anville] (publisher)
Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782. (creator)
De la Haye, Guillaume, 1727-1802. (contributor)
1752
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Relief shown pictorially.; "Meridien de Paris."; Shows most of present United States east of the Rocky Mountains.
[Chez Rollin fils] (publisher)
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, 1703-1772. (creator)
Charlevoix, Pierre-François-Xavier de, 1682-1761. (contributor)
1744
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Prime meridian: Ferro; Relief shown pictorially.; In Dutch and French.; From an unidentified edition of Atlas nouveau et curieux de plus célèbres itinéraires.; Pag:49 in upper right corner of border.; Vytgeroerd to Leyden door Pieter Vander A.A. met Priviledgie; Alonzo d' Ojeda in lower right margin.
Pierre vander Aa (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
Vázquez de Ayllón, Lucas, 1480?-; Ojeda, Alonso de, approximately 1466-approximately 1515. (contributor)
1714
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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian not specified; coordinates run from 275 to 300 west to east.; Includes notes throughout the map.; Title supplied by cataloger.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Coronelli, Vincenzo, 1650-1718. (creator)
[1691?]
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Shows Indian locations, trails, notes.; Illustrated with sailing ships. canoes, animals, Indian hunters, forts, etc.
Fer, Nicolas de, 1646-1720. (creator)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (contributor)
1718
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Relief shown pictorially.; Prime meridian: Paris and Ferro.; Based on Rigobert Bonne's Carte de la Louisiane, et de la Floride.; Shows present area of Southern States.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Bonne, Rigobert, 1727-1794. (contributor)
1785
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Latitude scale, but no longitude.; Map in Latin. Directions in Dutch.; This map of Florida has the peninsula labeled "Tegesta provinci" and there is no northern border but Virginiae pars is in the northeast with mountains labeled "Apalatcy Montes" and lakes just west of Virginiae pars.; Some of the Bahamas and the north coast of Cuba are shown with the "Tropicus Cancri" slightly north of it.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Laet, Joannes de, 1581-1649. (creator)
[1640]
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Publication details from Burden.; Relief shown pictorially.; Scale of "Millaria Germanica" at lower left.; Title in cartouche at upper right.; Florida named "Tegesta provinc.".; Graticule lines show latitude extending from 23° to 37°.; Hessel Gerritsz was the map's author and probable engraver - Burden.; Based on the cartography of Jacques le Moyne, as interpreted by Cornelis Claesz - Burden.; Published in 1630 in "Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien" (Dutch text), in 1633 in "Novus Orbis" (Latin text) and in 1640 in "L'Histoire du Monde" (French text). The map's verso is blank in all of the above - Burden.; Titled "Florida et Regiones Vicinae" in the Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829.
Laet, Joannes de, 1581-1649, (creator)
Gerritsz., Hessel, approximately 1581-1632,; Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, 1533?-1588. (contributor)
[between 1630 and 1640.]
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Relief shown pictorially.; Derived from De L'Isle's 1703 Carte du Mexique et de la Floride.; In lower right margin: 96; Cartouche featuring Native Americans and wildlife, including a lion, surrounds title and publication statement.; Great detail is shown from the Missouri River to the Caribbean, with Villages des Natchez very near the center of the map.; Includes ill.
chez Covens et Mortier (publisher)
Aa, Pieter van der, 1659-1733. (creator)
L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726.; Cóvens et Mortier. (contributor)
[1713]
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Shows longitude and latitude.; Prime meridian: [Ferro]; Scale estimated from latitude spacing.; "Fig. 18"--Upper right margin.; Relief shown pictorially.
[Chez Jean David Zunner] (publisher)
Manesson-Mallet, Allain, 1630?-1706? (creator)
Zunner, Johann David, active approximately 1653-1705. (contributor)
[1686]
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Relief shown pictorially.; Scale estimated from latitude spacing.; Shows towns, rivers, etc.; Hand colored.
Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667. (creator)
1657
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