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Collection:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author:
Thomson, John
Date:
1822
Short Title:
Arctic Regions.
Publisher:
John Cumming
Dublin
Publisher:
John Thomson
Edinburgh
Publisher:
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy
London
Type:
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm:
51
Obj Width cm:
60
Scale 1:
19,000,000
Note:
Engraved map with inset. Hand colored. David Rumsey Collection copy has the names "Mag. Pole" and "C. Garry" added in pencil. An added sheet.
World Area:
Arctic
Country:
Canada; Greenland
Full Title:
A chart of the discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry & Franklin in the Arctic Regions in the years 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821 & 1822. (with) Capt. Franklin's journey from Coppermine River to the head of Bathurst Inlet & return by Hood's River. J. Aspin delt. Hewitt sc., Buckingham Place. (Drawn & engraved for Thomson's New general atlas) (1822?)
List No:
1007.082
Page No:
No. 76
Series No:
86
Engraver or Printer:
Aspin, Jehoshaphat, 18th/19th cent.; Hewitt, N. R.
Publication Author:
Thomson, John
Pub Date:
1817
Pub Title:
A new general atlas, consisting of a series of geographical designs, on various projections, exhibiting the form and component parts of the globe; and a collection of maps and charts, delineating the natural and political divisions of the empires, kingdoms, and states in the World. Constructed from the best systematic works, and the most authentic voyages and travels. With a memoir of the progress of geography, a summary of physical geography, and a consulting index to facilitate the finding out of places. Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay and Company, for John Thomson and Company, Edinburgh; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London; and John Cumming, Dublin. 1817.
Pub Reference:
P731; Newberry Library: Ayer 135 T4 1817.
Pub Note:
See note field above.
Pub List No:
1007.000
Pub Type:
World Atlas
Pub Maps:
84
Pub Height cm:
55
Pub Width cm:
45
Image No:
1007082
Institution:
Rumsey Collection
Ownership Statement:
Copyright 2005
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