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1875 - Gray's Map of the United States Showing the Principal Geological Formations By Charles H. Hitchcock PH.D. Professor of Geology in Dartmouth College 1873

  • $14.99

Colorful map of the United States, exhibiting the geological regions, including Ecozoic, Silurian, Devonian and Lower Carboniferous, Coal Measures and Permo-Carboniferous, Triassic and Jurassic, Cretaceous, Tertiary, Alluvium and Volcanic, each coded...


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1875 - Map of the American Colonies and Adjacent Country. As known in 1776 Compiled by permission of American Geographical Society, New York, From works in their possession And Presented to its Patrons by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co.

  • $14.99

A Wonderful Centennial Map. The United States as it was known in 1776 - from the perspective of 1876. Very scarce hand-colored lithographed map of the United States, prepared by Asher & Adams for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, presumably for...


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1875 - Maine

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Beautiful and highly detailed map of Maine, colored by townships and showing outline borders for the counties. Also shows, railroads, stations, towns, rivers, lakes, islands, etc.


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1875 - Boston

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Fine example of OW Gray's map of Boston and the neighboring cities, showing marvelous local details throughout. Extends to Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville, Everett, Chelsea, etc. From one of the leading American map publisher's of the 1870s.


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1875 - Bridgman's Map of the Suburbs of New York City Embracing the Territory Occupied by the Homes of New York Businessman.

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Very attractive hand-colored folding map of New York City and environs, showing the suburban towns of Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. Shows rail lines, including commuter rail. Hand-colored in outline by county, and in wash for townships. A...


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1875 - Bird's Eye View, Centennial Buildings. Fairmount Park Philadelphia. 1876.

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Fine example of Thomas Hunter's view of the Art Gallery, one of the primary exhibition buildings constructed for the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The map shows the five major buildings: the Main Exhibition Building, Memorial Hall (Art...


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1875 - White's County and District Map of The State of West Virginia From the most recent Surveys & Authentic sources Published By M. Wood White. Grafton, W. VA. 1875.

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One of the First Large Scale Maps of West Virginia Fine large format map of West Virginia, published by real estate promoter M. Wood White in Grafton, West Virginia, and "Engraved & Printed by H.J. Toudy & Co., Phila. Pa." The map is...


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1875 - Sketch showing the relative Positions of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson also the Roads connecting the two Positions. Drawn under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.B. McPherson A. D. C. & Capt. of Engineers . . . 1875

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Scarce early battle plan showing the troop positions around Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, between the Tennessee River and Cumberland River. Includes fortifications in red, roads, rivers, telegraph lines and other topographical details.


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1875 - Gray's New Map of Richmond Henrico County, Virginia

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The First Map of Richmond Published in a Commercial Atlas Nice example of Gray's scarce map of Richmond Virginia, colored by wards and showing streets, rail lines, parks, buildings, stations and a host of other details. The map was published by OW...


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1875 - [Atlanta Campaign] Map Illustrating the Military Operations in Front of Atlanta, Ga. From the Passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864, to the Commencement of the Movement upon the Enemy's Lines of Communication, South of Atlanta, August 26th 1864 . .

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Remarkable map of the five miles around Atlanta, offered here in the so-called facsimile reproduction edition, published by the Graphic Company of New York. By far the most detailed map of the region around Atlanta to depict this fast growing southern...


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1875 - Map of the Central Pacific Railroad and its Connections

  • $21.99

Decorative map of the route of the Central Pacific from the midwest to San Francisco, illustrated with 24 images of the west, primarily of California and Nevada. Decorative and highly detailed map, with vignettes of major points of interest in the...


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1875 - Chase & Bachelder's American Museum of Art

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Fulfilling America's Manifest Destiny One of the earliest travel or travel-related posters ever created and also the wellspring of all future American travel images. An allegorical figure leads trains, covered wagons, coaches and prospectors across...


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1875 - Nebraska

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Detailed map of Nebraska, colored by counties and showing townships, roads, railroads, towns, etc. One of the earliest obtainable separate maps of Nebraska to appear in a commercial atlas.


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1875 - Topographical Sketch showing the Outward and Inward Route of A Party, while examining the practicability of a Diversion of the Colorado River . . . 1875

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Highly detailed US Geographical Survey Map, tracing the expedition route from Ehrenberg and the Willow Spring area to Los Angeles, via the Coachella Valley and San Bernardino, the North into the Mojave Desert and on toward modern day Las Vegas. The...


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1875 - Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah

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Interesting map of California and the Southwest hand colored by counties and showing a number of interesting territorial anomalies. Nevada has its lower corner truncated, leaving Las Vegas in Arizona. Utah extends approximately 1 degree too far to the...


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1875 - Map of the Southern Pacific Rail Road and Connections. June 1875

  • $9.99

Fine colored chromolithographic example of the earliest known map focused on the general lines of the Southern Pacific Railroad, published more than a year before the line was completed through Los Angeles. Rare promotional map for the Southern...