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United States -- Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

A New and Correct Map of the United States of North America (reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0021
Abstract

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.

Dates: 1784

A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Britian on ye Continent of North America (reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0019
Abstract

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."

Dates: 1715

A New Map of North America (Reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0528
Abstract

Reproduction of map of North America. Undated.

Dates: Undated

A True Mapp of the Town of Williamsburg (historical reproduction),

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0089
Abstract

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.

Dates: 1940

America in 1570 (Reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0521
Abstract

Reproduction of map of America, dated 1570. 1 of 6 in a portfolio. Portfolio accompanied by cover sheet entitled "A Portfolio of Six Antique Maps."

Dates: 1570

Belgii Novi. Angliæ Novæ, et partis virginiæ Novissima Delineatio (reproduction),

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0006
Abstract

Facsimile of 17th century map of the northeastern United States, from the Chesapeake Bay to the Saint Lawrence River, encompassing present-day Maryland to New Hampshire, including part of Virginia.

Dates: c. 17th century

Carte des Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, Suivant de Traite de Paix de 1783 (reproduction).

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0018
Abstract

Map encompasses the eastern half of the United States, focusing on the national boundaries set in the 1783 Treaty of Paris. Map containst an engraving of a large-masted ship, with a seal of the United States affixed to the foremast. Additional details include Bermuda, an inset of southern Florida, and a listing of individual states and their capitals. Reproduction includes a booklet by Lester J. Cappon, explaining the context of the map and the reproduction process.

Dates: 1784

L'Amerique Septentrionale (reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0014
Abstract

Map extends from California to the Sargasso Sea, encompassing the whole of North America, though areas west of the Mississippi River and north of present-Mexico are largely blank. Includes Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America. Demonstrates the boundaries of French, Spanish, and English settlements. Contains "Avertissement." Date for reproduction is not printed on the map.

Dates: 1700

Map of the United States in North America: with the British, French, and Spanish Dominions Adjoining, According to the Treaty of 1783 (reproduction)

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0022
Abstract

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.

Dates: 1783