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Lloyd, J. T.
Map of North America
1868
Wall Map
Authors Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title Lloyd's Topographical Railway Map of North America or the United States Continent in 1900...(On verso: Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick From The Latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1862... 1866).
Note Two sided wall map -see 1866 copy. Similar to the 1866 edition, but some changes - adds inset of South America, the Pacific Railway route has been changed to go north of Salt Lake, some of the ads on the steamship routes have been deleted, and on the verso in addition to the U.S. map there are insets of major cities and their rail lines.
Lloyd, J. T.
Map Of The United States
1868
Wall Map
Authors Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick From The Latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1862... 1866. (On verso: ) Lloyd's Topographical Railway Map of North America or the United States Continent in 1900....
Note Two sided wall map -see 1866 copy. On this side, in addition to the U.S. map, there are insets of major cities and their rail lines. Similar to the 1866 edition, but some changes - on the verso North America map, adds inset of South America, the Pacific Railway route has been changed to go north of Salt Lake, some of the ads on the steamship routes have been deleted.
Woodbridge, J.L., Varle, Cha …
United States.
1845
Wall Map
Authors Woodbridge, J.L., Varle, Charles P.
Full Title Map of the United States With The Recent Counties, Cities, Villages and Internal Improvements in the Western States. By J.L. Woodbridge. Geographer And Topographical Engineer N. York, Published By Phelps & Ensign. 1845. (with 4 inset maps) North Part Of Maine. Map of North America including the West Indies. South Part Of Florida. Texas. (with) diagram showing Comparative Heights of the Principal Mountains in the U. States. (with) Physical Sections from "Washington City to Wheeling and from thence to the mouth of Columbia river" and from the "Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico."
Note Although Charles P. Varle is not listed as the creator of this map, it is clearly based on the earlier Varle maps of the United States of 1817 and 1832 (see our copies), but updated by Woodbridge. Full color wall map mounted on linen with wooden poles. Main map color delineated by county. Map of North America colored by state or country. Includes a population chart from the 1820, 1830, and 1840 censuses including number of seamen and slaves. Chart clearly shows the states that have abolished slavery by 1830.
Monk, Jacob
Continental Map Of North Ame …
1862
Wall Map
Authors Monk, Jacob
Full Title The Continental Map Of North America. Compiled from recent Government Surveys and other authentic sources. Designed & Published by Jacob Monk Philadelphia, 1862. Drawn Engraved & Printed by A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore. Entered ... 1862 by Jacob Monk ... Maryland. (inset) New Map Of The World on Mercators Projection ... (with 3 additional inset maps and 1 profile).
Note The latest Monk U.S. map that we have seen, although Karrow lists an 1863 edition. This is similar to the 1860 "Standard American Map..." with the addition of several new inset maps, and the appearance of Nevada and Colorado. With black top roller and bottom rollers, top roller is faded. Edged in dark green cloth. Full color by county.
Johnson, A.J., Colton, J. H.
Republics Of North America
1860
Wall Map
Authors Johnson, A.J., Colton, J. H.
Full Title Johnson's New Illustrated & Embellished County Map Of The Republics Of North America With The Adjacent Islands & Countries, Compiled Drawn & Engraved From U. States Land & Coast Surveys, British Admiralty & other Reliable Sources. Under the Direction of A.J. Johnson. Published by J.H. Colton, 172, William Street, New York, Edition For Johnson & Browning. Richmond VA. 1860. Entered ... 1860 by J.H. Colton ... New York. Map Designed by A.J. Johnson. Engraved by D.G. Johnson, J.H. Goldthwait, W.S. Barnard, Wm. Wright, G. Rae Smith, F.H. King, James Duthie, J.L. White. (inset) Map Of The World on Mercator's Projection ...
Note Entered in 1856 and first issued in 1857. With an inset map of the World, and views of the U.S. Capital and state symbols around an eagle, tables of Distances and Statistics from the Census of 1850. Compared to the 1859 edition (our 4012.000) Colona, Jefferson, and Shoshone are added as proposed states in the west, one of the only maps we have seen to show all three. Also, the imprint of Johnson and Browning, Richmond Virginia is very unusual and probably one of the last north south publishing collaborations on the eve of the Civil War. There is Note and list of Authorities which reads in part "The part of this Map, between the Mississippi River and Pacific Ocean, was taken (with the consent of Capt. A.A. Humphreys) principally from a map compiled from the following authorities by Lieut. G.K. Warren, Topl Engrs...In the Office of Pacific Rail Road Surveys, War Department." The map referred to must be the 1855 edition (see our copy) of Warren's General Map for the Pacific Railroad Reports. The list of Authorities is almost identical to the list on that map. Also, the map details of the west used in Johnson's map follow the 1855 edition in scope. Karrow lists many issues of this map from 1857 to 1861, with the views varying in each issue, and with Colton taking over as publisher in 1860, as in this copy. See our late Colton edition of 1890 (our #5150). With black top and bottom roller. Full color by county or territory in the U.S. and by state in Central America. Edged in dark blue silk.
Johnson, D. Griffing, Johnso …
Republics Of North America
1859
Wall Map
Authors Johnson, D. Griffing, Johnson, A.J.
Full Title Johnson's New Illustrated & Embellished County Map Of The Republics Of North America With The Adjacent Islands & Countries, Compiled Drawn & Engraved From U. States Land & Coast Surveys, British Admiralty & other Reliable Sources. By D. Griffing Johnson, New York & Washington. 1859. Entered ... 1856 by D.G. & A.J. Johnson ... New York. Map Designed by A.J. Johnson. Engraved by D.G. Johnson, J.H. Goldthwait, W.S. Barnard, Wm. Wright, G. Rae Smith, F.H. King, James Duthie, J.L. White. (inset) Johnson's Map Of The World on Mercator's Projection ...
Note Entered in 1856 and first issued in 1857. With an inset map of the World, and views of the U.S. Capital and the Mormon Temple at Salt Lake City, tables of Distances and Statistics from the Census of 1850, and a Note and list of Authorities which reads in part "The part of this Map, between the Mississippi River and Pacific Ocean, was taken (with the consent of Capt. A.A. Humphreys) principally from a map compiled from the following authorities by Lieut. G.K. Warren, Topl Engrs...In the Office of Pacific Rail Road Surveys, War Department." The map referred to must be the 1855 edition (see our copy) of Warren's General Map for the Pacific Railroad Reports. The list of Authorities is almost identical to the list on that map. Also, the map details of the west used in Johnson's map follow the 1855 edition in scope. Karrow lists many issues of this map from 1857 to 1861, with the views varying in each issue, and with Colton taking over as publisher in 1860. See our late Colton edition of 1890 (our #5150). With black top and bottom roller. Full color by county or territory in the U.S. and by state in Central America. Edged in dark blue silk.
Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning
The Cottage Ornament.
1856
Wall Map
Authors Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning
Full Title The Cottage Ornament Published By Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning, 156 William St., New York. (with) Double hemisphere map of the World (with) untitled map of the United States with inset map of Mexico.
Note Map on sticks is primarily filled with drawings and information including people from many nations in traditional dress, a map of the solar system, U.S. historical drawings, pictures of the Presidents, and buildings from around the World.
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