• An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers (1775)

    Mouzon, Henry

    Extremely detailed map of North Carolina and South Carolina depicting the two colonies on the eve of the Revolutionary War. It shows state borders, county or precinct borders and names townships, town…

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  • North America

    Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d', 1697-1782, Jefferys, Thomas, -1771

    This is the third version of this map published by Jefferys. It depicts the English colonies on the eve of the revolution. Colonial boundaries are hand-colored, and, as in Dunn's map, New England is c…

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  • A map of the British Empire in North America

    Dunn, Samuel, -1794

    This map depicts the British dominions in North America. Colonial boundaries are hand-colored, except New England is curiously depicted as one large unit. Rivers, lakes, mountains, forts (including de…

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  • A new map of Georgia, with part of Carolina, Florida and Louisiana

    Bowen, Emanuel, -1767

    Early detailed view of the Southeast depicting the southeastern tribes during the mid-18th century. Native villages and territories are denoted. Roads, rivers, mountains, and forts are shown. Annotati…

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  • A new map of America from the latest discoveries (1763)

    Spilsbury, John, 1739-1769

    Schematic, hand-colored map of North America in 1763 originally taken from the London Magazine. British occupied land is in red, French occupied land is in green, and Spanish occupied land is in yello…

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  • Plan of New Orleans, the capital of Louisiana (1760)

    Brion de la Tour, Louis, 1743-1803

    Drawn from French sources (Mr. D'Anville) and published in London in 1760, this street plan of New Orleans shows the disposition of its streets, quarters and canals as they have been traced by Mr. de…

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  • A new map of part of the United States of North America

    Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835

    This map was contained in Cary's New Universal Atlas (London, 1808). Also note the spelling of Tennessee in this map (Tenassee) and the spelling of Fort Loudoun (Lowdon). Map shows many Indian towns a…

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