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A True Mapp of the Town of Williamsburg (historical reproduction),
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.
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.
Map of the Twelve-Pole and Part of the Guyandot Basins, Showing the location of Coal, Oil, Gas, Iron and Timber Lands, In Wayne, Cabell, Lincoln, and Logan Counties, West Virginia
Map shows land owned by the Guyandot Coal Land Association in the Guyandot basin, in West Virginia. It displays some railroads and openings in coal beds.
Map Showing the Position of the Morris Estates, Western Virginia
Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova (reproduction),
Reprinted by American Heritage (journal).
Nova Terrae-Mariae tabula (reproduction),
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."
Sketch C Showing the Progress of the Survey in Section III From 1843 to 1852. (Covering Chesapeake Bay)
Sketch C is a coastal survey that focuses on the Chesapeake Bay, as surveyed 1843-1852.
Southern Section of the United States, Including Florida (reproduction)
Map encompasses the area from the Gulf of Mexico to the Chesapeake Bay. It includes various roads and routes, as well as the Gulf Stream and the Bahama Islands.
Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, & Southern Part of Florida with Environs of Richmond & Charleston
Map is printed in colors. It shows the states of Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, with insets of Richmond and Charleston, and southern Florida at a reduced scale. Contains a key that identifies various railroads and canals.
Virginiæ partis australis, et Floridæ partis orientalis, interjacentiumque regionum Nova Descriptio,
Map is likely illustrated by Joan Blaeu, though no name appears on the map itself. Contains two compass roses, three sailing ships, two cherubs holding a banner containing the map's scale, and illustrations of native peoples. On reverse, Latin text from unidentified book, from which the map was removed.
- Local/Regional History and Appalachian South 8
- United States -- Maps 7
- Virginia -- Maps 7
- Railroad 3
- United States -- Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles 3
- Virginia -- Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimilies 3
- Coal mines and mining 1
- West Virginia 1
- West Virginia -- Maps 1 + ∧ less
- English 9
- Latin 1
- Bache, A. D. (Alexander Dallas), 1806-1867 1
- Bartholomew, John, 1831-1893 1
- Blaeu, Joan, 1596-1673 1
- Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638 1
- Ewing, William C. 1