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1842 - A New Universal Atlas, Comprising Separate Maps Of all the Principal Empires, Kingdoms & States Throughout The World and Forming a Distinct Atlas of the United States. . . .

  • $24.99

Including Maps of the Republic of Texas and Oregon Territory An important and elegantly colored American Atlas, published by Jeremiah Greenleaf in Brattleboro, Vermont. Jeremiah Greenleaf's Universal Atlas is the continuation of the work of David...


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1842 - Lizars' Edinburgh Geographical General Atlas: containing Maps of every Empire, State, and Kingdom; with a tabular view of the heights of the Great Mountain chains, and a very copious and comprehensive consulting index.

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"Republic of Texas" Edition. A nice example of the 1842 edition of Lizars's Edinburgh Geographical General Atlas, with two maps labeling the "Republic of Texas" within the map image. Almost all maps from the Republic of Texas period simply label the...


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1842 - United States, By J. Arrowsmith

  • $14.99

Striking and highly detailed map of the Eastern United States, by one of England's foremost mapmakers of the period. Includes a massive territory named Northwest Territory or Huron and even larger Sioux region. Excellent detail in Florida, including...


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1842 - Massachusetts and Rhode Island

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Marvelous and highly detailed map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, from Morse's important Atlas of North America, the first cerographic atlas. Shows towns, roads, rivers, townships, etc. Morse & Breese's North American Atlas was a landmark in...


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1842 - Vermont and New Hampshire

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Nice wash color example of Greenleaf's map of Vermont & New Hampshire, hand colored by counties.


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1842 - Geological Map of Long & Staten Islands with the Environs of New York, by W.W. Mather ... from the Topographical Surveys of J. Calvin Smith, Endicott, New York, 1842

  • $14.99

Remarkable large format map of Long Island and Staten Island, with contiguous parts of Manhattan, Westchester County and Southern Connecticut, published by WW Mather in connection with his important work on the geology of the region. Published prior...


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1842 - Upper Canada &c.

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Early state of John Arrowsmith's map of Upper Canada and the Eastern Great Lakes, including Lake Huron, Lake Erie and Lake, Ontario, with parts of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. The present map is drawn directly from the work of James Chewett and...


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1842 - West Indies

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Arrowsmith's London Atlas Map of the Florida, the West Indies & Central America Nice example of this fine map of Florida, the Caribbean and Central America, published in Arrowsmith's London Atlas. In Florida, the map notes the "Cape Florida...


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1842 - Louisiana

  • $9.99

Striking full color example of Greenleaf's map of Louisiana, which appeared in his Universal Atlas, first issued in 1842. The Parish system is still quite primitive, especially in the North and West, where 7 parishes dominate the region. The early...


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1842 - Map of the State of Alabama

  • $14.99

From the 1849 edition of Greenleaf's map of Alabama, which first appeared in David Burr's Universal Atlas, in 1836. Burr's Atlas was perhaps the most elegant American commercially published atlas of its time, utilizing wonderful wash colors and...


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1842 - Alabama

  • $14.99

Early map of Alabama, showing counties, townships, towns, roads, railroads, etc. Morse & Breese's North American Atlas was a landmark in American Cartography, being the first atlas to employ the cerographic printing process, which would...


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1842 - [Untitled Coast chart of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, with insets of the harbor of Charleston, S.C. and the entrance of the Saint Johns River]

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Scarce single sheet map of the the region from Cape Fear, North Carolina to St. Augustine Florida, one of a series of maps covering the east coast of North America, engraved by William Hooker and published by E & G.W. Blunt of New York. Blunt's...


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1842 - Georgia

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Detailed map of Georgia, divided by counties and townships. Shows towns, roads, mountains, rivers, railroads, lakes, etc. Morse & Breese's North American Atlas was a landmark in American Cartography, being the first atlas to employ the cerographic...


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1842 - [Republic of Texas] Texas Compiled from the latest and best Authorities.

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The Republic of Texas in 1842 Early map of the Republic of Texas, published by Jeremiah Greenleaf. Greenleaf's map follows the cartographic details David Burr's map of 1833, distinguished as the first large-scale map of Texas to show all of what...


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1842 - Mexico (Republic of Texas!)

  • $14.99

Mexico & The Republic of Texas Striking example of Arrowsmith's Map of Mexico, from the London Atlas, including the Republic of Texas in its largest configuration. The map provides a fantastic example of the Republic of Texas in earliest Republic...


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1842 - Sketch of the Public Surveys in Wisconsin Territory . . .

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Fine example of one of the earliest obtainable maps focused on Wisconsin Territory. The map extends west to the Falls of St. Anthony and Fort Snelling, and north to the Headwaters of the Montreal Reiver, Ontonagon River and the area north of Green...