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subject : Steamboats--Alabama--Maps
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)
Map contents date between 1850 and 1858. Hancock County, created in 1850, is shown. Winston, created in 1858, is not.; Includes all of Mississippi and Alabama. Extends into surrounding states to the west, east and south.; To the right of map, steamboat landings in Alabama with distances from Mobile.; Text box at bottom center is an ad for: "Phoenix Book store. Putnam & Malone Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods, &c. No. 52 Dauphine Street, Mobile, Ala.".; Acquisition notes that the map is taken from H.E. Mead's Alabama: a complete guide to her rivers, their landings and distances, her watering places, her railroads, stations & distances, with a complete county map of the state, together with a list of national stamp duties, and rates of U.S. postage; published in Mobile, 1866.
Putnam & Malone (publisher)
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