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Wrigley, Henry E.
Covers: Map of the Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parkers Lan …
1871
Case Map
Authors Wrigley, Henry E.
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parkers Landing by Henry E. Wrigley. Publishing Rooms, Titusville, Pa., June 27th, 1871 ... Henry E. Wrigley, Civil Engineer, Office, 21 Spring Street, Publishing Rooms, 7 And 12 Smith & Wood Block, Titusville, Pa. Entered ... 1871 by Henry E. Wrigley ... Washington, D.C.
Note Folds into brown leather end sheets 34x26 with "Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parker's Landing, By Henry E. Wrigley, Civil Engineer, Titusville, Pa."
Wrigley, Henry E.
Map of the Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parkers Landing.
1871
Case Map
Authors Wrigley, Henry E.
Full Title Map of the Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parkers Landing by Henry E. Wrigley. Publishing Rooms, Titusville, Pa., June 27th, 1871 ... Henry E. Wrigley, Civil Engineer, Office, 21 Spring Street, Publishing Rooms, 7 And 12 Smith & Wood Block, Titusville, Pa. Entered ... 1871 by Henry E. Wrigley ... Washington, D.C.
Note An unusual very large scale map of the center oil region (the largest scale we have seen) made by the photographic process. Privately produced, this map was printed during the hiatus between the First Geological Survey of Pennsylvania ending in 1858, (see our (No. 4120) Henry Darwin Rogers map) and the beginning of the Second Geological Survey in 1874. Henry Wrigley was a civil engineer active in the oil region who self published a series of five oil region maps by the photographic process, on the map he states "By this means (photography) every one can be kept constantly advised of the progress of all developments and possess the information desired at the time he most needs it." Wrigley goes on to say that the most active sections of the map will be updated every three months with "fresh plates." Subscribers will receive the updated sections as they are issued. "As the expense of publishing the work by photographing is very great, and as the work is local, the cost of the maps will be necessarily much greater than heretofore." Each of the large scale maps was $100, and $150 if the buyer wanted the updates - a huge amount in those times, but then this was probably only purchased by those who gambled in the high stakes game of oil development. Photography was used in the Civil War for maps (see our examples) but this is the only instance of its use in the commercial map trade that we have seen. Phillips lists three later Wrigley maps that were lithographed, indicated that this unusual scheme was not long lived. Map is without color. Dissected in 28 sections. Folds into brown leather end sheets 34x26 with "Centre Oil Region From Oil City To Parker's Landing, By Henry E. Wrigley, Civil Engineer, Titusville, Pa.", map lies in a new brown cloth folding case with "Map Of The Centre Oil Region Henry E. Wrigley 1871" stamped in gold on the spine.
Bouchette, Joseph, Bouchette, Joseph Jun., Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Map of the Provinces of Lower & Upper Canada.
1831
Case Map
Authors Bouchette, Joseph, Bouchette, Joseph Jun., Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title To His most Excellent Majesty King William IVth. This Map of the Provinces of Lower & Upper Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Prince Edward Island, With A Large Section Of The United States, Compiled from the latest & most approved Astronomical observations, Authorities & recent Surveys, Is ... most humbly & gratefully dedicated by ... Joseph Bouchette Junr. Deputy Surveyor General of the Province Of Lower Canada. Engraved by J. & C. Walker, Bernard Street, Russel Square. Published ... by James Wyld ... Charing Cross, London May 2nd 1831. (inset) The British Dominions in North America. (inset) The Gulf Of St. Lawrence, shewing the Geographical position of the Principal Headlands ...
Note First edition, to accompany the author's "British Dominions in North America." A later enlarged edition was published in New York by Sherman & Smith in 1846 (see our #5071), reprinted with additions in 1852, 1853 (no significant changes)(see NMM 479 for an atlas edition of the map, 1853). Joseph Bouchette Junior carried on his father's work and this map is a worthy successor to the elder Bouchette's 1815 map of Upper and Lower Canada. The scale is almost three times as large and the size of the map is doubled. A list of authorities is given, all Canadian, ending with "several important American Authorities" (which are unnamed). Lands belonging to the Canada Company are shown. There is a great deal of detail in the U.S. portions of the map, and attention is paid to the Maine boundary dispute with a note - but only the British claim line is shown. Outline color by state. Map has green cloth edging and is dissected into 35 sections. Folds with blue paper end sheets into a new gray cloth folding case 28x21.5 with "Upper And Lower Canada J. Bouchette, Jr. 1831" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Cover: District of Montreal, Lower Canada.
1831
Case Map
Authors Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) To his most Excellent Majesty, King William IV, this Topographical Map of the District Of Montreal, Lower Canada, Exhibiting The New Civil Division of the District into Counties pursuant to a recent act of the Provincial Legislature, also a large section of Upper Canada, Traversed by the Rideau Canal, Is ... most humbly & gratefully dedicated by ... Joseph Bouchette, His Majesty's Surveyor General of the Province and Lieutt. Colonel C.M. Engraved by J. & C. Walker, 47 Bernard Street, Russel Square. Published by James Wyld ... Charing Cross, London May 2nd 1831. (inset) Continuation of the Rideau Canal from Rideau Lake at A to Kingston.
Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Cover: Districts of Quebec, Three Rivers, St. Francis and Gaspe, …
1831
Case Map
Authors Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) To His Most Excellent Majesty King William IV, This topographical map of the Districts of Quebec, Three Rivers, St. Francis and Gaspe, Lower Canada, Exhibiting the new civil division of the districts into counties pursuant to a recent act of the Provincial Legislature, Is ... Most Humbly and gratefully dedicated by ... Joseph Bouchette ... Engraved By J. & C. Walker 47 Bernard Street, Russel Square. Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the King, Charing Cross, London May 2nd 1831. (with) Map of the Interior District of Gaspe ...
Note Huge map of Quebec District extending from Lake St. Peter to the District of Gaspe with a large inset map of the Gaspe Peninsula. With five views that are the same views used in the author's 1815 Map of Lower Canada, from which this 18321 map is derived. See notes to the 1831 Map of the District of Montreal. Dissected into three sheets, the central sheet into 25 sections, and the western and eastern sheet each into 20 sections. Outline color. Map sheets fold with green end papers each respectively labeled "Central", "West" and "East" in ms on bookplates reading "Jas. Wyld (Successor to Mr. Faden) Geographer To Her Majesty. Charing Cross, East ..." Outer slip case is full green leather 26x19.5 with "Quebec 3 Rivers" stamped on the spine in gold.
Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Map of the District Of Montreal, Lower Canada.
1831
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Authors Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title To his most Excellent Majesty, King William IV, this Topographical Map of the District Of Montreal, Lower Canada, Exhibiting The New Civil Division of the District into Counties pursuant to a recent act of the Provincial Legislature, also a large section of Upper Canada, Traversed by the Rideau Canal, Is ... most humbly & gratefully dedicated by ... Joseph Bouchette, His Majesty's Surveyor General of the Province and Lieutt. Colonel C.M. Engraved by J. & C. Walker, 47 Bernard Street, Russel Square. Published by James Wyld ... Charing Cross, London May 2nd 1831. (inset) Continuation of the Rideau Canal from Rideau Lake at A to Kingston.
Note Issued to accompany the author's "British Dominions..." of 1832. In the preface, referring to this map and the map of Quebec, Bouchette states "In the general frame work of the maps of Lower Canada, which are upon a large and explanatory scale, the author was materially aided by his previous topographical exhibit of that province, published in 1815...but the details are entirely new and compiled, with the greatest care, from numerous original surveys and documents of indubitable authenticity, that have enabled him to lay down every minutia of topography." And on the last page of volume one, the maps are stated to be "hitherto unequaled for local precision." Essentially, this map of Montreal District and the sister map of Quebec are of the same large scale of the 1815 Map of Lower Canada, but actually enlarge the area of coverage (the mother map was already over ten feet long) to a combined length of over fifteen feet, all with massive updating to show the growth of settlement and survey. The Montreal map also emphasizes the Rideau Canal with a large inset map and by adding that portion of Upper Canada through with the canal passes (the text refers to the canal as Canada's equivalent of the Erie Canal). Another remarkable production by Bouchette. Map has outline color and is dissected into 33 sections. Folds with marbled end sheets into a half leather marbled paper covered slip case 35x23.5 with "Montreal" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
This topographical map of the Districts of Quebec, Three Rivers, …
1831
Case Map
Authors Bouchette, Joseph, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title To His Most Excellent Majesty King William IV, This topographical map of the Districts of Quebec, Three Rivers, St. Francis and Gaspe, Lower Canada, Exhibiting the new civil division of the districts into counties pursuant to a recent act of the Provincial Legislature, Is ... Most Humbly and gratefully dedicated by ... Joseph Bouchette ... Engraved By J. & C. Walker 47 Bernard Street, Russel Square. Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the King, Charing Cross, London May 2nd 1831. (with) Map of the Interior District of Gaspe ...
Note Huge map of Quebec District extending from Lake St. Peter to the District of Gaspe with a large inset map of the Gaspe Peninsula. With five views that are the same views used in the author's 1815 Map of Lower Canada, from which this 18321 map is derived. See notes to the 1831 Map of the District of Montreal. Dissected into three sheets, the central sheet into 25 sections, and the western and eastern sheet each into 20 sections. Outline color. Map sheets fold with green end papers each respectively labeled "Central", "West" and "East" in ms on bookplates reading "Jas. Wyld (Successor to Mr. Faden) Geographer To Her Majesty. Charing Cross, East ..." Outer slip case is full green leather 26x19.5 with "Quebec 3 Rivers" stamped on the spine in gold.
Smyth, David William, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Cover: Upper Canada.
1838
Case Map
Authors Smyth, David William, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) A Map of the Province of Upper Canada, describing all the new settlements, townships, &c. with the countries adjacent from Quebec to Lake Huron. Compiled from the original documents in the Surveyor General's Office. London, Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer to Her Majesty, Charing Cross East. 1838.
Note Image shows end papers containing a publications list, and outer case with label. Later edition of the Smyth map of 1800. This map was originally published by David William Smyth in 1800 and went through 13 separate editions to 1858 (see Farrell, Explorations in the History of Canadian Mapping, pp152-154 and Winearls listing). Smyth's name was dropped from all editions after 1835. Faden published the map until 1818, Wyld published it after 1831. Longest publishing history of any map of the region (Farrell). Catalogue of Wyld's publications on paste down on the end sheets. See Map Collector 55, p32, for this map and the Wyld family firm history. With outline color. Map is dissected into 24 sections, mounted on linen with green cloth edging. Folds into a green cloth slip case 21.5x12.5 with a paste down label reading "Upper Canada. Jas. Wyld (Successor to Mr. Faden,) Geographer To Her Majesty. Charing Cross, (East,) 4 Doors from Trafalgar Square ...", also with a small label on the spine printed with "Canada."
Smyth, David William, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
A Map of the Province of Upper Canada.
1838
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Authors Smyth, David William, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title A Map of the Province of Upper Canada, describing all the new settlements, townships, &c. with the countries adjacent from Quebec to Lake Huron. Compiled from the original documents in the Surveyor General's Office. London, Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer to Her Majesty, Charing Cross East. 1838.
Note Later edition of the Smyth map of 1800. This map was originally published by David William Smyth in 1800 and went through 13 separate editions to 1858 (see Farrell, Explorations in the History of Canadian Mapping, pp152-154 and Winearls listing). Smyth's name was dropped from all editions after 1835. Faden published the map until 1818, Wyld published it after 1831. Longest publishing history of any map of the region (Farrell). Catalogue of Wyld's publications on paste down on the end sheets. See Map Collector 55, p32, for this map and the Wyld family firm history. With outline color. Map is dissected into 24 sections, mounted on linen with green cloth edging. Folds into a green cloth slip case 21.5x12.5 with a paste down label reading "Upper Canada. Jas. Wyld (Successor to Mr. Faden,) Geographer To Her Majesty. Charing Cross, (East,) 4 Doors from Trafalgar Square ...", also with a small label on the spine printed with "Canada."
United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Wilkes, Charles, …
Cover: Oregon Territory.
1844
Case Map
Authors United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the Oregon Territory by the U. S. Ex. Ex. Charles Wilkes, Esqr. Commander, 1841. Re - Published by James Wyld Charing Cross East London. [1844] (with inset:) Columbia River Reduced from a Survey made by the U. S. Ex. Ex 1841.
Note Engraved, 23 1/2 x 34 1/2 inches, colored in outline. Dissected, mounted on linen, folded to 9 x 5 inches, in original slip case (24 x 14 cm.) with Wyld's label, with title Oregon District. Inset: 21 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches. This is a close copy of the original, but with much of the hachuring of mountains omitted as well as the representation of wooded areas. The boundaries of the Indian tribes are colored so that the ethnographic character of the map is emphasized. Original in the Warren Heckrotte Collection, which is source of description and notes.
United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Wilkes, Charles, …
Map of the Oregon Territory
1844
Case Map
Authors United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877, Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Map of the Oregon Territory by the U. S. Ex. Ex. Charles Wilkes, Esqr. Commander, 1841. Re - Published by James Wyld Charing Cross East London. [1844] (with inset:) Columbia River Reduced from a Survey made by the U. S. Ex. Ex 1841.
Note Engraved, 23 1/2 x 34 1/2 inches, colored in outline. Dissected, mounted on linen, folded to 9 x 5 inches, in original slip case (24 x 14 cm.) with Wyld's label, with title Oregon District. Inset: 21 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches. This is a close copy of the original, but with much of the hachuring of mountains omitted as well as the representation of wooded areas. The boundaries of the Indian tribes are colored so that the ethnographic character of the map is emphasized. Original in the Warren Heckrotte Collection, which is source of description and notes.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Cover: Southern States of North America.
1865
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The Southern States of North America With The Forts Harbours & Military Positions. James Wyld, Geographer To The Queen. 457 Strand, 11 & 12 Charing Cross & 2 Royal Exchange. 1865. London, Published By James Wyld ...
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Map Of The Southern States of North America
1865
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Map Of The Southern States of North America With The Forts Harbours & Military Positions. James Wyld, Geographer To The Queen. 457 Strand, 11 & 12 Charing Cross & 2 Royal Exchange. 1865. London, Published By James Wyld ...
Note Dated 1865, unlike the Stephenson reference. Shows the entire southern states, with railroads, canals, and roads. The cover and list of Wyld's maps is similar to the 1861 Wyld Military Map of the United States. Outline color by state. Map is dissected into 36 sections, mounted on linen and folded into red paper covered boards 18x12.5 with a label reading "Wyld's New Map Of The Southern States Of North America ...", the spine is labeled "Southern States."
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Cover: North America.
1823
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) Map of North America from 20 to 80 Degrees North Latitude Exhibiting The recent Discoveries, Geographical and Nautical, Drawn chiefly from the Authorities of M. De Humboldt, Lieutt. Pike, Messrs. Lewis and Clarke, Sir Alexr. MacKenzie, Mr. Hearne, Coll. Bouchette, Captns. Vancouver, Ross, Parry & Franklin, also describing the Boundary Lines between the Territories of Great Britain & Spain with the United States. London, Published by Jas. Wyld, (successor to W. Faden) No. 5, Charing Cross. Geographer to His Majesty, and to H.R.H. the Duke Of York. June 1st 1823.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Map of North America.
1823
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Map of North America from 20 to 80 Degrees North Latitude Exhibiting The recent Discoveries, Geographical and Nautical, Drawn chiefly from the Authorities of M. De Humboldt, Lieutt. Pike, Messrs. Lewis and Clarke, Sir Alexr. MacKenzie, Mr. Hearne, Coll. Bouchette, Captns. Vancouver, Ross, Parry & Franklin, also describing the Boundary Lines between the Territories of Great Britain & Spain with the United States. London, Published by Jas. Wyld, (successor to W. Faden) No. 5, Charing Cross. Geographer to His Majesty, and to H.R.H. the Duke Of York. June 1st 1823.
Note The first edition, listed in Phillips but not by Stevens and Tree or Wheat (both list 1824/25 as the first edition). A large impressive map showing with great accuracy the recent discoveries in the north west passage, but wildly off in the American southwest - Wheat: "a large and beautiful map, excellent in all respects save for its southwestern geography." In the southwest, Wyld adds many mountain ranges that were purely speculative - probably just to fill in blank spaces in the map (unlike Arrowsmith). In northwestern Texas is a curious note on the topography of the area attributed to "Mellish" which is copied from a pre-1822 edition of his large map of the United States. Comparing this edition to the derived map of 1846, "Mexico, the British Possessions...," one sees many changes in the northern areas and few in the southwest. Stevens and Tree list editions of 1824, 1827/8, 1838, and 1851/56. The 1824/25 edition adds a fold out flap of Mexico and Central America (WH copy). With outline color. Map is dissected into 24 sections and mounted on linen. Map folds into a brown marbled paper covered slip case with black leather spine with "Map Of North America" stamped in gilt.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
South America.
1875
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Columbia Prima or South America Drawn from the Large Map in Eight Sheets By Louis Stanislas D'Arcy Delarochette. London: Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer to Her Majesty, 11 & 12 Charing Cross S.W.
Note Statistics for Population, Civil Divisions, and Extent given, as well as profiles of the Andes taken from Humboldt. Map is enclosed in a brown leather covered slip case 27x19 with sticker from "James Wyld Geographer To Her Majesty" noting shop location.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Covers: South America.
1875
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Columbia Prima or South America Drawn from the Large Map in Eight Sheets By Louis Stanislas D'Arcy Delarochette. London: Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer to Her Majesty, 11 & 12 Charing Cross S.W.
Note Statistics for Population, Civil Divisions, and Extent given, as well as profiles of the Andes taken from Humboldt. Map is enclosed in a brown leather covered slip case 27x19 with sticker from "James Wyld Geographer To Her Majesty" noting shop location.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
North America.
1875
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Map of North America Exhibiting The recent Discoveries, Geographical and Nautical, Drawn chiefly from the Authorities of Hudson Bay Company's Officers, The Government Arctic Expeditions, and the Surveys Of The United States & Dominion Governments. also describing the Boundary Lines between the Territories of Great Britain The United States and the Mexican And Central States. London. Published by Ja. Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, 11&12 Charing Cross London, S.W. Geographer to Her Majesty.
Note Case map in seven sections. Each section in 10 pieces mounted on linen. Outline color throughout. Central American map section titled "Mexico and Guatemala, shewing the Position of the Mines." Each section labeled with position (i.e. S.W., S.E.) and enclosed in a brown leather covered slip case 27x19 with sticker from "James Wyld Geographer To Her Majesty" noting shop location.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Covers: North America.
1875
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) Map of North America Exhibiting The recent Discoveries, Geographical and Nautical, Drawn chiefly from the Authorities of Hudson Bay Company's Officers, The Government Arctic Expeditions, and the Surveys Of The United States & Dominion Governments. also describing the Boundary Lines between the Territories of Great Britain The United States and the Mexican And Central States. London. Published by Ja. Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, 11&12 Charing Cross London, S.W. Geographer to Her Majesty.
Note Case map in seven sections. Each section in 10 pieces mounted on linen. Outline color throughout. Central American map section titled "Mexico and Guatemala, shewing the Position of the Mines." Each section labeled with position (i.e. S.W., S.E.) and enclosed in a brown leather covered slip case 27x19 with sticker from "James Wyld Geographer To Her Majesty" noting shop location.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Mexico and Guatemala.
1875
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Mexico and Guatemala, Shewing the position of the Mines.
Note This is the separate Central American map section titled "Mexico and Guatemala, shewing the Position of the Mines." Each section labeled with position (i.e. S.W., S.E.) and enclosed in a brown leather covered slip case 27x19 with sticker from "James Wyld Geographer To Her Majesty" noting shop location.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Geology Of The British Isles.
1856
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title Map Of The Superficial Geology Of The British Isles, With The Physical And Topographical Features, The Line Of Railways, their Primary and Intermediate Stations, The General Internal Communication Of The Countries, and the Steam Packet Routes, with the Distance from Port to Port. Compiled from Ordnance Surveys, and other Authentic information, By James Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, Charing Cross East. London. Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer To The Queen & H.R.H. Prince Albert, Charing Cross East. (inset) Shetland Islands.
Note Outline color. Map is edged and backed with linen and dissected into 32 sections. Folds with a paste down label on the end sheet reading "Islas Britanicas" in ms, and "Longuet, Sucer. de Simonneau, Graveur-Editeur de Cartes geographiques. Tient aussi toutes les Cartes publiees par le Depot de la Guerre. Paris, Rue De La Paix No. 8 ..." printed in black. Map slips into a new blue cloth covered slip case with "Geology Of The British Isles J. Wyld 1856" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Covers: Geology Of The British Isles.
1856
Case Map
Authors Wyld, James, 1812-1887
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The Superficial Geology Of The British Isles, With The Physical And Topographical Features, The Line Of Railways, their Primary and Intermediate Stations, The General Internal Communication Of The Countries, and the Steam Packet Routes, with the Distance from Port to Port. Compiled from Ordnance Surveys, and other Authentic information, By James Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, Charing Cross East. London. Published by Jas. Wyld, Geographer To The Queen & H.R.H. Prince Albert, Charing Cross East. (inset) Shetland Islands.
Note Outline color. Map is edged and backed with linen and dissected into 32 sections. Folds with a paste down label on the end sheet reading "Islas Britanicas" in ms, and "Longuet, Sucer. de Simonneau, Graveur-Editeur de Cartes geographiques. Tient aussi toutes les Cartes publiees par le Depot de la Guerre. Paris, Rue De La Paix No. 8 ..." printed in black. Map slips into a new blue cloth covered slip case with "Geology Of The British Isles J. Wyld 1856" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Cover: United States.
1831
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Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Entered ... Pennsylvania, October 10th, 1831 by S. Augustus Mitchell. Engraved by J.H. Young, D. Haines & F. Dankworth. (inset) A Map Of North America Including All The Recent Geographical Discoveries. (with 10 additional inset maps).
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Map of the United States.
1831
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Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Entered ... Pennsylvania, October 10th, 1831 by S. Augustus Mitchell. Engraved by J.H. Young, D. Haines & F. Dankworth. (inset) A Map Of North America Including All The Recent Geographical Discoveries. (with 10 additional inset maps).
Note 1st edition, 1st wall map issued by Mitchell. This edition does not have the counties delineated and numbered. Ristow mistakenly says all editions have the townships (he means counties) numbered, but this one, the first, does not, thereby eliminating the index of counties and thus showing more of the western territory. This map predates the Traveler's Guide by 1 year, and thus is Mitchell's first "original" production, as opposed to the Finley material he reissued as the American Atlas and Pocket Maps. The case for the map has a leather label saying "Traveler's Map of the United States." Copyright date is October 10, 1831. There is no other date on the map. Ristow thinks the map was issued in early 1832, but it is not in Phillips until 1834 edition (which probably has the counties indicated by number and the 1831 copyright), so Ristow may not have seen this edition, but rather the 1834. The map is hand painted in bright full color by state (insets by county), dissected in 24 sections with green paper end sheets, mounted on linen and edged in pink silk. The covers 24x20 are half red leather marbled paper covered boards with ties and a leather label embossed with "Traveller's Map Of The United States" in gilt.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Cover: Mitchell's reference & distance map, United States.
1834
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Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title (Covers to) Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1834. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States.
1834
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Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1834. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note First edition, here in the form of a case map, in exceptionally fine condition, with the original marbled end sheets and half leather marbled covers 31x24.5 with gold stamped leather label saying "Mitchell's Map Of The United States." It is difficult to find any changes between this and the 1835 edition, although there probably are some. Ristow states that there was an issue of this map in 1834 without the word "Mitchell" in the title (see our copy #4843), and he does not mention this word appearing in the title until the 1835 issue. He also notes an 1834 issue of essentially the same map but with the title changed to "A New Map of the United States" (Karrow 1-1484 and our #4396). Insets show the United States, south part of Florida, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, north part of Maine, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Albany, Baltimore and Washington, Cincinnati, Charleston and New Orleans. Full bright color by state with green cloth edging. Dissected into 36 sections.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States.
1835
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Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia: For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1835. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note Second issue with Mitchell's name in the title, after the 1834 edition titled "A New Map of the United States" and the second 1834 edition, "Reference and Distance Map of the United States by J.H. Young" and the third 1834 issue with Mitchell's name added to the title. There are many changes between the 1835 edition and the 1836 edition in the west and mid west. Map has full color by county and green silk edging. Dissected into 36 sections. Folds into marbled end sheets and a new blue cloth folding case 30.5x25 with "Reference And Distance Map Of The United States S.A. Mitchell 1835" stamped in gold on the spine.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States.
1836
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1836. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note Inset of North America. Two extra city map insets. Dissected and folding in four sheets: the western two sheets each dissected into 8 sections, the northeastern section into 12 sections, and the southeastern sheet into 16 sections. Map has a label of J. Wyld (indicating it was sold in England). According to a note on the case cover and on the publisher's notice on the map, this is the first map to show the townships of Indiana. Outline color by state. Sheets fold into blue paper end sheets with a folding cover and patterned brown cloth slip case 31x22 labeled with "United States. Wyld & Son, Successors to Mr. Faden, Geographer To His Majesty. Charing Cross, East nearly opposite Northumberland House. Maps, Charts, Globes ..." on the front and "United States" on the spine.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
(Covers to ) Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United St …
1836
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Mitchell's Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1836. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note Inset of North America. Two extra city map insets. Dissected and folding in four sheets: the western two sheets each dissected into 8 sections, the northeastern section into 12 sections, and the southeastern sheet into 16 sections. Map has a label of J. Wyld (indicating it was sold in England). According to a note on the case cover and on the publisher's notice on the map, this is the first map to show the townships of Indiana. Outline color by state. Sheets fold into blue paper end sheets with a folding cover and patterned brown cloth slip case 31x22 labeled with "United States. Wyld & Son, Successors to Mr. Faden, Geographer To His Majesty. Charing Cross, East nearly opposite Northumberland House. Maps, Charts, Globes ..." on the front and "United States" on the spine.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Reference & Distance Map Of The United States.
1834
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1834. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note This is the second 1834 issue, substituting "Reference and Distance" for "A New" of "A New Map of the United States by J.H. Young" that was the title of the first 1834 issue. The third 1834 issue adds "Mitchell's" to this title. We can find no changes in the map, other than the title changes, for all three issues of 1834. Full color by state, with blue silk edging. Maps is dissected into 36 sections and folds into half leather marbled boards 31x24.5 with ties. The front cover has a leather label embossed in gold reading "Mitchell's Map Of The United States."
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Covers: Reference & Distance Map Of The United States.
1834
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Young, James H.
Full Title (Covers to) Reference & Distance Map Of The United States By J.H. Young. Published By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia For Sale By Mitchell & Hinman, No. 6 North Fifth Street 1834. Engraved by J.H. Young, F. Dankworth, E. Yeager & E. F. Woodward. Entered ... 1833 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Pennsylvania ... (illustration) Designed by W. Mason. (inset) A General Map Of The United States with the contiguous British & Mexican Possessions. (with 12 additional inset maps).
Note This is the second 1834 issue, substituting "Reference and Distance" for "A New" of "A New Map of the United States by J.H. Young" that was the title of the first 1834 issue. The third 1834 issue adds "Mitchell's" to this title. We can find no changes in the map, other than the title changes, for all three issues of 1834. Full color by state, with blue silk edging. Maps is dissected into 36 sections and folds into half leather marbled boards 31x24.5 with ties. The front cover has a leather label embossed in gold reading "Mitchell's Map Of The United States."
Haasis & Lubrecht
American Union Railroad Map Of The United States.
1871
Case Map
Authors Haasis & Lubrecht
Full Title The American Union Railroad Map Of The United States, British Possessions, West Indies, Mexico, And Central America. 1871. Published by Haasis & Lubrecht, 107 Liberty Street, New York. Smith & McDougal, Electrotypers, 82 Beekman Street, New York. (inset) Central America.
Note This is a reworking of the Lubrecht and Rosa map "The American Continent" of 1864, and the first edition, first issue in a new format. Statistics at the top of the 1864 map are here replaced with a view "From the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean" emphasizing the recently completed transcontinental railroad. Also, an elaborate title and view of a steam engine and train station have replaced the more subdued 1864 title. Population tables of the United States are added to the left and right sides of the map. The map itself has been updated to show political and some topographical changes of the ensuing seven years. Projected railroad lines are shown running everywhere in the west. The coloring is very bright, to match the decidedly optimistic (expansionist) flavor of the map. D.L. Guernsey published editions of 1871 and 1874 in Concord New Hampshire, with no major changes in the map. WH has an 1873 edition by Haasis and Lubrecht that adds text next to the population figures, more railroads, no changes in topography. Issued in a cover with a label in German from Wilhelm Lubrecht in Stuttgart, Germany, indicating it may have been sold to emigrants. Full color. Map has green paper edging, is dissected into 16 sections, and fold into a new gray cloth folding case 35x27 with "American Union Railroad Map Haasis & Lubrecht 1871" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Hale, Nathan
Cover: New England States.
1827
Case Map
Authors Hale, Nathan
Full Title (Covers to) A Map of the New England States, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Connecticut, With the adjacent parts of New York & Lower Canada. Compiled and Published By Nathan Hale, Boston 1826. Engraved by J.V.N. Throop. Entered ... the 14th day of August 1826 by Nathan Hale of Massachusetts. (inset) Northern & Eastern Part Of Maine And Part Of Lower Canada And New Brunswick. (1827?)
Hale, Nathan
A Map of the New England States.
1827
Case Map
Authors Hale, Nathan
Full Title A Map of the New England States, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Connecticut, With the adjacent parts of New York & Lower Canada. Compiled and Published By Nathan Hale, Boston 1826. Engraved by J.V.N. Throop. Entered ... the 14th day of August 1826 by Nathan Hale of Massachusetts. (inset) Northern & Eastern Part Of Maine And Part Of Lower Canada And New Brunswick. (1827?)
Note Colored by county, engraved by J.V.N. Throop. 1826 on title. Shows the Farmington Canal extended to Northampton, Mass., which is further than the uncolored 1826 edition, so we presume it was updated at least a year later. Later Editions published to 1853. The quality of the engraving is extraordinary. Throop engraved Ohio for Lucas' 1823 General Atlas. Tooley lists an O.H. Throop of New York who engraved for Amos Lay (New York 1832) as well as for Asa Whitney, and a D.S. Throop who also engraved for Lay (U.S. 1832). Map is bordered in green silk , dissected in 24 sections, and folds with marbled end sheets into a blue marbled slip case 26x21.
Hale, Nathan
New England States.
1826
Case Map
Authors Hale, Nathan
Full Title A Map of the New England States, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Connecticut, With the adjacent parts of New York & Lower Canada. Compiled and Published By Nathan Hale, Boston 1826. Engraved by J.V.N. Throop. Entered ... the 14th day of August 1826 by Nathan Hale of Massachusetts. (inset) Northern & Eastern Part Of Maine And Part Of Lower Canada And New Brunswick.
Hale, Nathan
Covers: New England States.
1826
Case Map
Authors Hale, Nathan
Full Title (Covers to) A Map of the New England States, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Connecticut, With the adjacent parts of New York & Lower Canada. Compiled and Published By Nathan Hale, Boston 1826. Engraved by J.V.N. Throop. Entered ... the 14th day of August 1826 by Nathan Hale of Massachusetts. (inset) Northern & Eastern Part Of Maine And Part Of Lower Canada And New Brunswick.
McCalpin, William
State of New York.
1808
Case Map
Authors McCalpin, William
Full Title A Map of the State Of New York. Compiled from the latest authorities, including the Turnpike Roads now granted as also the principal common roads connected therewith. Intended as well for the Student in Geography as a directory to the Traveller. By Wm. McCalpin. Oxford, 1808.
Note With outline color. Map is dissected into 24 sections and backed with linen.
Darby, William, Melish, John
A Map of the State of Louisiana.
1816
Case Map
Authors Darby, William, Melish, John
Full Title A Map of the State of Louisiana With Part Of The Mississippi Territory, from Actual Survey By Wm. Darby. Entered ... 8th day of April 1816, by William Darby. Saml. Harrison Sct. Philad. Philadelphia, Published May the 1st 1816, by John Melish.
Note Accompanies Darby's "Geographical Description.." First detailed map of the state after Lafon's maps of 1805 and 1806. Melish used this map in compiling his large U.S. map. Two editions of this map were published in 1816, with later editions of 1818 and 1819 published by J. Olmstead and B. Long. Map is dissected into 8 sections, edged in light blue silk, and backed on linen. Outline color. Folds into a new brown cloth folding case 23x15.5 with "Louisiana W. Darby 1816" stamped in gold on the spine.
Melish, John
Cover: Map, United States with British & Spanish Possessions.
1816
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions Compiled from the latest & best Authorities By John Melish. Engraved by J. Vallance & H.S. Tanner. Entered ... 6th day of June 1816. Published by John Melish Philadelphia. (inset) West Indies.
Melish, John
Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Po …
1816
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions Compiled from the latest & best Authorities By John Melish. Engraved by J. Vallance & H.S. Tanner. Entered ... 6th day of June 1816. Published by John Melish Philadelphia. (inset) West Indies.
Note With insets of the West Indies and a Statistical Table. This map has the distinction of being the first large scale detailed map made in the U.S. that showed the entire country from the Atlantic to the Pacific. This copy is an early state of the first edition -this is Martin's third state of the first edition and Ristow's fourth state (Ristow discovered a town and trail added in Ohio - Adelphi - making for a sub state of Martin's third state). The first state was an incomplete proof copy, making this the second/third state of the completed copy. The differences between this and the first complete state are small: Mansfield, Wooster, and Adelphi (and a trail from Adelphi to Athens and Chillicothe) added in Ohio, and "Vevay or" added before "Swiss Vineyards" in southeastern Indiana. Martin and Ristow identify seven states of the 1816 edition. Melish published new editions in 1818 (five states), 1819 (two states), 1820 (eight states), 1822 (two states), and 1823 (one state) for a total of twenty five different issues. Notwithstanding the many issues, the map has become extremely rare. A book accompanied the map (though issued separately) titled "A Geographical Description of the United States..." (see our #2424). Outline color by state or territory. This copy is dissected into 40 sections, backed with linen, and edged in brown cloth. It folds with marbled end sheets into new blue cloth folding boards and slip case 24.5x16.5 with leather label on spine reading "Melish. Map Of The United States. 1816" in gold.
Melish, John
United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions.
1823
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions Compiled from the latest & best Authorities By John Melish. Engraved by J. Vallance & H.S. Tanner. Entered ... 16th day of June 1820. Published by James Finlayson Agent Philada. Successor to John Melish, Improved to 1823. (inset) West Indies.
Note The last edition of Melish's map of the United States, first published in 1816, and the 25th state identified by Martin/Ristow. This edition has the three additional sheets at the bottom of the map (added in the second state of the 1822 edition) that expand the coverage of Mexico and the West Indies. Compared to the first 1816 edition, there are many changes in the Great Plains area of the U.S. (that first appeared in the 1822 edition) based on Long's Map of 1822 (although Melish does not mention Long in his preface to the Geographical Description edition of 1822). Ristow (A la Carte) says there are no changes between between the 1823 edition and the second state of the 1822 edition, other than the change in publisher and date. Outline color by state or territory. The map is dissected into 50 sections, backed with linen, and edged in white silk. It folds into a new dark blue cloth folding case 25x17 with black ties, the spine is embossed with "Map Of The United States. John Melish. 1823" in gold.
Melish, John
Cover: Pennsylvania.
1826
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title (Covers to) Map of Pennsylvania, constructed from the county surveys authorized by the State, and other original documents by John Melish. Engraved by B. Tanner. Corrected and improved to 1826. Entered ... 7th day of June 1822, by John Melish ... Pennsylvania. Published by B. Tanner, Engraver, No. 74 South Eighth Street Philadelphia ... (illustration) Drawn by F. Kearny. Engraved by B. Tanner.
Note This is called Melish's greatest work (Ristow). 1st ed. 1822. Melish died in 1822, eds. were published in 1824, 1826, and 1832 by the state (which explains B. Tanner listing as publisher instead of Melish). Morris did a revised ed. in 1849 (see our copy). Melish spent more than six years on this monumental project, which he hoped would serve as a model for other state map. The map was sponsored by the state and based on individual county surveys. Map has outline color by county, blue cloth edging, and is dissected into 40 sections. Folds into marbled end sheets which slips into a half leather marbled cover 35x21 with "Pennsylvania" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Melish, John
Map Of Pennsylvania.
1826
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title Map of Pennsylvania, constructed from the county surveys authorized by the State, and other original documents by John Melish. Engraved by B. Tanner. Corrected and improved to 1826. Entered ... 7th day of June 1822, by John Melish ... Pennsylvania. Published by B. Tanner, Engraver, No. 74 South Eighth Street Philadelphia ... (illustration) Drawn by F. Kearny. Engraved by B. Tanner.
Note This is called Melish's greatest work (Ristow). 1st ed. 1822. Melish died in 1822, eds. were published in 1824, 1826, and 1832 by the state (which explains B. Tanner listing as publisher instead of Melish). Morris did a revised ed. in 1849 (see our copy). Melish spent more than six years on this monumental project, which he hoped would serve as a model for other state map. The map was sponsored by the state and based on individual county surveys. Map has outline color by county, blue cloth edging, and is dissected into 40 sections. Folds into marbled end sheets which slips into a half leather marbled cover 35x21 with "Pennsylvania" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Melish, John
(NW Part only) United States with the contiguous British & Spanis …
1823
Case Map
Authors Melish, John
Full Title (Northwestern Part only of) Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions Compiled from the latest & best Authorities by John Melish. Engraved by J. Vallance & H.S. Tanner. Entered ... 16th day of June 1820. Published by James Finlayson Agent Philada. Successor to John Melish, Improved to 1823.
Note This is an unusual survivor - in about 1854 someone cut out the Northwestern one third of John Melish's large Map of the United States (1823 edition) and updated it to show the states, territories and proposed territories of that period, notably Kansas and Nebraska but no Gadsden Purchase, and Shoshone and Dakota (which are usually seen on circa 1858-59 maps). The new boundaries are hand colored with white past down labels for names of states and territories. It might have been used as a school map in the west - we found it in a small town in the California gold country. This portion is dissected into 15 sections mounted on linen with silk edging, and folds down to 23x15.
Mertens & Lang
Paradise Found!
1893
Broadside
Authors Mertens & Lang
Full Title Paradise Found! (Looking South). Lith. H.S. Crocker Co. S.F.
Note Full color bird's eye view map of this part of Haight Ashbury neighborhood on one side, looking south up Clayton Street. Known as the (Golden Gate) Park Panhandle neighborhood now in the Haight Ashbury. Fascinating what portions of city are forested or cleared, streetcar lines, ballpark (now residential), individual buildings and homes, and hills.
Hartwell, J.G.
Nevada County, California.
1880
Case Map
Authors Hartwell, J.G.
Full Title Map Of Nevada County, California. Compiled From The Latest Authentic Sources, Showing Towns, Villages, Roads, Streams, Mining Ditches, And U.S. Land Surveys, Quartz And Placer Mining Claims. By J.G. Hartwell, County Surveyor. 1880. Entered ... 1880, by J.G. Hartwell ... Washington, D.C. Lith. W.T. Galloway, 540 Clay St. S.F.
Note First Nevada County Map listed by Vogdes. The mining claims are colored, as are the towns. A very detailed map full of interesting information on land ownership and mining development. No topographic detail, except for rivers. Map is dissected into 56 sections, mounted on linen, and folds into a new gray cloth folding case 27x13.5 with "Nevada County, California J.G. Hartwell 1880" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Mitchell, John
Map of the British and French Dominions in North America.
1757
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, John
Full Title A Map of the British and French Dominions in North America with the Roads, Distances, Limits and Extent of the Settlements.
Note This is the second edition of this important map, dated 1755 but published in 1757, according to the British Museum. The only change from the first issue is the addition of several panels of interesting text in ocean. The original eight printed sheets of the map are here assembled in two large panels (each with four sheets) each dissected into 36 sections and mounted on linen. Uncolored, as issued. In the sixth line of the first column of the text this issue is referred to as the Second Edition One of the most important maps in American history, it went through five editions (see Stevens). We believe this second edition is scarcer than the other editions as it appears less often on the market. Compare to the first French edition of 1856 (our copy) regarding the conflicting claims of the British and French to American territory.
Mitchell, John
Amerique Septentrionale.
1756
Case Map
Authors Mitchell, John
Full Title Amerique Septentrionale avec les Routes, Distances en miles, Limites et Establissements Francois et Anglais. Par le Docteur Mitchel, Traduit de l'Anglois. A Paris, Par le Rouge Ingr. Geographe du Roy rue des Grands Augustins 1756.
Note 1st French edition, 8 sheets. Very interesting French reengraving of Mitchell's map, emphasizing their territorial claims at the expense of the British claims, in particular they add an area of "contestations" between French claims and the English claims.
Rogers, Henery Darwin, Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Stan …
Covers: Map Of The United States And Mexico.
1869
Case Map
Authors Rogers, Henery Darwin, Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Stanford, Edward
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The United States And Mexico With Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, And Parts Of Central America & The West Indies. Constructed From State Documents & Unpublished Materials By Professor H.D. Rogers of Boston U.S. and A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E Geographer to the Queen. London, Published by Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross, S.W. May 13th. 1861. Additions to 1869.
Note This is the third issue of the 1857 Rogers and Johnston Map Of The United States (see our #4390) with Mexico added prominently to the title. Many changes in the western states and territories, not only in political boundaries, but also extensive topographical changes. The Peoples Pictorial Atlas of 1873 (see our #2307) has several maps that are derived from this map. Four sheets disected and folded with marbled end papers. Full color.
Rogers, Henery Darwin, Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Stan …
Map Of The United States And Mexico.
1869
Case Map
Authors Rogers, Henery Darwin, Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871, Stanford, Edward
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The United States And Mexico With Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, And Parts Of Central America & The West Indies. Constructed From State Documents & Unpublished Materials By Professor H.D. Rogers of Boston U.S. and A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E Geographer to the Queen. London, Published by Edward Stanford, 6 Charing Cross, S.W. May 13th. 1861. Additions to 1869.
Note This is the third issue of the 1857 Rogers and Johnston Map Of The United States (see our #4390) with Mexico added prominently to the title. Many changes in the western states and territories, not only in political boundaries, but also extensive topographical changes. The Peoples Pictorial Atlas of 1873 (see our #2307) has several maps that are derived from this map. Four sheets disected and folded with marbled end papers. Full color.
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