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Map encompasses the area from the Mississippi River to Nova Scotia and the Gulf of St. Laurence, detailing the borders of the United States as prescribed by the Peace of 1783. Includes an ornate engraving surrounding map title. Reproduction contains historical commentary on the map's reverse.
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."
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 of the United States in North America: with the British, French, and Spanish Dominions Adjoining, According to the Treaty of 1783 (reproduction)
Map encompasses the area from the Mississippi River to the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Newfoundland, detailing the borders of the United States as prescribed by the Treaty of 1783. On map's reverse is a note that this facsimile was made from the original in Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia.
Reprinted by American Heritage (journal).
Description of coverage area from the map: "This Northerne part of Virginia (the limitts whereof extend farther Southwards) is heere inserted for better description of the entrance into the Bay of Chesapeack."
Map encompasses the area between northern Florida and Maine. It likely comes from Isaac Weld's Travels Through the States of North America. Note in upper right indicates places where Christian Indians resided. Reproduction is in negative format.
Map shows North America east of the Mississippi River, detailing the United States boundaries as accorded by the 1784 Treaty of Paris. Facsimile date does not appear on the document.