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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.
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 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.