Maps. Map Collection
Found in 333 Collections and/or Records:
A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Britian on ye Continent of North America (reproduction)
Map encompasses the area between the northern border of Florida to Newfoundland, "containing Newfoundland, New Scotland, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Carolina. Includes insets detailing the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana, coastal Carolina, Charlestown town and harbor, and a contextual map of all North America and th Caribbean. Also includes an illustration of Niagara Falls and the "Industry of ye Beavers of Canada."
Hand-colored lithographic map of the mid-Atlantic states during the American Civil War.
Facsimile production date unclear.
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.
A Settlement Map of Franklin County, Virginia, giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Settlers from 1786 to 1886
Historical map of Franklin County, Virginia, is surrounded by historical notes and bordered by names of significant historical figures.
A Settlement Map of Wythe County, Virginia, Giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Adventurers in the Territory from 1745 to 1858 (historical map) (2 copies)
This historical map of Wythe County, Virginia, was compiled from maps, historical records, and traditions by J. R. Hildebrand. It contains a brief history of the county surrounding the map, and on the map are identified locations for incidents of historical interest. The map is bordered by a list of names of men who, presumably, lived in the county. The bottom left corner contains a map of smaller scale, so one can find Wythe County in wouthwestern Virginia.
Full title reads: "A Survey of the Northern Neck of Virginia, Being the Lands Belonging to the Rt. Honorable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron Cameron, Bounded by and Within the Bay of Chesapoyocke and Between the Rivers Rappahannock and Potowmack with: The Courses of the Rivers Rappahannock and Potowmack, in Virginia as Surveyed According to Order in the Years 1736 and 1737." Facsimile numbered, certified, and dated.
Map of Williamsburg, with the full title: "A true Mapp of the Town of Williamsburg--incorporated, 1722--at one time the Capital of the Colony of Virginia" Scale is in furlongs. Contains various engravings surrounding the map, showing various events, the seal of the College of William and Mary, and the arms of the Colony. Also contains an explanation of the plate.
Map shows highways of Alleghany County, Virginia, with a mileage table and some inset maps of individual towns.