Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868
- Existence: 1792 - 1868
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Map contains markings signifying various canals, railroads, and roads, with distances marked occassionally. Additionally, map displays major steamboat routes, as welll as a profile of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Map is hand-colored.
County Map of Maryland and Delaware; County Map of New Jersey; Plan of Baltimore (3 maps on 2 sides)
Map shows Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey counties, with the plan of Baltimore on the reverse.
Map shows the counties of Texas, with parts of surrounding states and territories, though with less detail. An inset shows the plan of Galveston, Texas, and vicinity. Map comes from pages 38 and 39 of a larger book.
Map is among the earliest to distinguish West Virginia from Virginia.
County Map of Virginia and West Virginia (side a); County Map of Maryland and Delaware (side b); County Map of New Jersey (side b)
Map is on two sides of a sheet of paper. Side A contains Virginia and West Virginia. Side B contains two county maps: one is of Maryland and Delaware; the other is of New Jersey.
County Map of Virginia and West Virginia (side a); Plan of the City of Washington, the Capitol of the United States of America (side b)
2 maps, one on each side of the sheet of paper. Side A contains a county map of Virginia and West Virginia, and side B contains a plan for Washington, DC.
Map shows Kentucky and Tennessee, circa 1870.
Map shows North and South Carolina with inset maps of Charleston harbor and the plan of Charleston.
This is a very attractive older map of the plan for Philadelphia, dated 1860.
Map includes an inset detailing the District of Columbia, as well as steam boat and stage routes through Virginia. Full title reads: "Engraved for the Gazetteer of the State of Virginia, exhibiting its internal improvements, roads distances &c." Reproduction is a photocopy.
- Type: Collection X