World maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
A Map of the Country between Lynchburg and New-River, Shewing in Red Lines the Surveys made for a Connexion between Them (in six parts)
Maps show the geography of the area between Lynchburg and the New River. Reproduction is a photocopy.
photo of original; artist from Amsterdam?
Reproduction of map of North and South America, dated 1626. Lightly tinted. Text in English. Cartouches around border show illustrations of native peoples, and major settlements and forts.
Reproduction of map of North and South America, by Dutch cartographer Willem Blaeu, dated 1635. Colored, text in Latin. Map is surrounded on borders by small illustrations of important geographical locations, cities, and illustrations of various indian tribes and indigenous peoples.
Reproduction of Medieval? map of world, all text in Latin. Black and white. Fanciful illustrations around border.
Reproduction of map of Caribbean, dated 1688. heavily annotated throughout.
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.
Reproduction of woodcut map of the world, dated 1520.
Reproduction of map of the islands of the West Indies, by Dutch cartographer Willem Blaeu (1571 – 1638), dated 1662. Colored, text in Latin.
Reproduction of map of Jamaica, dated 1671. Map shows the various parishes of the island as of 1671, and a key at the bottom of the map list prominent inhabitants and important buildings in each parish. Lightly tinted. Text in Latin and English.