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Antique rare maps of Kentucky





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1890 - Fogarty & Neill Manufacturers of Boot, Shoe and Gaiter-Uppers . . . 505 Main Street, Louisville, KY

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Decorative promotional image, promoting Fogarty & Neill of Louisville, Kentucky. Other products include: Leather and Findings Harness and Saddle Leather Horse Collars Tanners and Curriers Supplies Rubber Belting, Hose Packing and Mill...


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1755 - Partie De L'Amerique Septentrionale, qui comprend Le Cours De L'Ohio, La N.lle Angleterre, a Nlle York, le New Jersey , La Pensylvanie, Le Maryland, Le Virginie, La Carolina . . . 1755

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Detailed map of the Ohio Valley and regions to the East Nice example of Robert de Vaugondy's map of the Northern British Colonies, French interests to the North of the Great Lakes, and contested "Back Settlements," including a fine detailed treatment...


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1882 - Map of the Richmond and Louisville R.R. Connecting The Railroads of Virginia with the Railroads of Kentucky on the shortest route East and West from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic Ocean

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Fine large map illustrating the route of the Richmond & Louisville Railroad. Exceptionally detailed Railroad map of portions of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, on a scale of 12 miles per inch. Timber and coal regions are noted,...


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1804 - A General Map of the River Ohio. Plate the Second

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Antique Map of a Section of the Ohio River Prepared By A French Spy Important early map of the Ohio River from Maysville, Kentucky to just south of Wheeling, West Virginia, prepared by the French military officer and spy George Henri Victor Collot,...


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1938 - Map your trip South By Greyhound

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Whimsical map of the American South, promoting Greyhound's routes to Florida and the Gulf Coast in 1938. The image is dominated images of Florida tourist attractions, as well as other southern sites. Further north, the residents of the Midwest,...


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1823 - Kentucky, Tennessee and part of Illinois. By H.S. Tanner

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The Best Kentucky, Tennessee & Southern Illinois Regional Atlas Map of the First Half of the 19th Century -- Early Edition with 9 Unnamed Counties in Western Tennessee Gorgeous example of this rare early edition of Tanner's Map of Kentucky,...


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1855 - Kentucky and Tennessee

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Detailed map, colored by counties and showing roads, railroads, towns, rivers, lakes, stations and a host of other details. JH Colton was one of the pre-eminent American map publishing firms in the mid-19th century.


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1862 - Map of the Rebel Fortifications At Columbus Ky. Surveyed Under The Direction of Brig. Genl. Geo. W. Cullum . . .

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Rare plan showing the Rebel Fortifications at Columbus, Kentucky on the Mississippi River. Detail includes a town plan, tracks of the Mobile and Ohio R.R., Road to Elliott's Mill and Ft. Holt, Road to Blandville, Clinton Road to Milburn, Paducah &...


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1859 - Colton's The City of Louisville [with] Colton's The City of New Orleans

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Two detailed maps of the cities, each hand colored by ward, and showing streets, rail lines, parks, buildings and other details. Decorative border. A terrific regional map, from JH Colton, one of the most prolific American mapmakers of the mid-19th...


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1787 - [Early Ohio River Promotional Map] Plan Des Achats Des Compagnies de L'Ohio et du Scioto

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Rare Early Real Estate Speculation in the Ohio Valley (Manuscript Additions!) Rare first state of this important map for the early development of the Ohio Valley, promoting the lands of the Scioto Company. The present example is a rare early state,...


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1796 - Plan of Franklinville, in Mason County, Kentucky (and) Plan of Lystra, in Nelson-County; Kentucky.

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Interesting pair of maps showing towns that were never built in the present-day state of Kentucky. Franklinville located in Mason County, was formed on paper in 1794 by a group of London speculators. The town was to be built beside the North Fork of...


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1800 - The State of Kentucky with the adjoining Territories from the best Authorities 1800

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Early Map of Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Ohio Important early map of Kentucky, Tennessee (then still Southwestern Territory) and the Ohio Valley, with marvelous early information. Kentucky includes about a dozen early counties, plus towns,...


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1804 - View of the Rapids of the Ohio and of Louisville taken from the village of Clarkesville.

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One of the Earliest Views of Louisville, Made Shortly After It Was Founded by Col. George Rogers Clark. An 18th century French Spy's View of the Rapids of the Ohio. Fine engraved view of the Rapids of the Ohio River, taken from "Clarkesville" (now...


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1805 - Kentuckey

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One of the earliest printed maps of the State of Kentucky. The map provides a fine and extensive treatment of Kentucky's early roads. Numerous towns and courthouses are also shown, along with the Rapids below Louisville on the Ohio River. Includes...


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1814 - Kentucky

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Scarce early map of Kentucky, published by Mathew Carey. This later 1814 edition references Ohio, Illinois and Indiana above. The prior state showed only the "Northwestern Territory.


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1822 - Geographical, Statistical and Historical Map of Kentucky

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One of the best early maps of Kentucky, from the first edition of Carey & Lea's Atlas. Many counties still not formed. Size includes text below map, which includes wonderful contemporary details concerning the topography, indigenous lands, rivers,...