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TC2000-979 A Draught of the/ CHEROKEE COUNTRY,/ On the West Side of the Twenty four Mountains,/ commonly called Over the Hills
More than Meets the Eye: Maps and Prints of Early America
A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South
Henry Timberlake (1730-1765)1768 (originally published in 1765)1990-211
2019-49, Map A Map of South Carolina and a part of Georgia. Containing the Whole Sea-Coast; all the Islands, Inlets, Rivers, Creeks, Parishes, Townships, Boroughs, Roads and Bridges: As Also, Several Plantations, with their proper Boundary-Lines, and the Names of the Propietors. Composed From Surveys taken by the Hon. William Bull Esq. Lieutenant Governor, Captain Gascoign, Hugh Bryan, Esq.; and William De Brahm Esqr. Surveyor General of the Southn. District of North America, Republished with considerable Additions, from the Surveys made & collected by John Stuart Esqr. His Majesty's Superintendant of Indian Affairs. By William Faden Successor to the late T. Jefferys, Geographer to the King. Charing Cross 1780.William Faden (1750-1836)17802019-49,A&B
A MAP of the/ British and French Dominions in/ North America,/ WITH THE/ Roads, Distances, Limits, and Extent of the/SETTLEMENTS,/ Humbly Inscribed to the Right Honourable/ The Earl of Halifax,
More than Meets the Eye: Maps and Prints of Early America
John Mitchell (1711-1768)February 13, 17551955-407
Map 1973-322 A MAP of/ SOUTH CAROLINA/ And a PART of/ GEORGIA./ containing the Whole/ Sea-Coast; all the Islands, Inlets, Rivers, Creeks, Parishes,/ Townships, Boroughs, Roads, and Bridges:/ AS ALSO,/ Several Plantations, with their proper Boundary-Lines...
More than Meets the Eye: Maps and Prints of Early America
William Gerard De Brahm (1718-ca. 1799)October 20, 17571973-322
TC2001-0100 A MAP of/ the most INHABITED part of/ NEW ENGLAND,/ containing the PROVINCES of/ MASSACHUSETS BAY and NEW HAMPSHIRE,/ with the COLONIES of/ KONEKTIKUT and RHODE ISLAND.Bradock Mead (John Green, pseudonym) (d. 1757)November 29, 17551969-123
A MAP of/ the most INHABITED part of/ VIRGINIA/ containing the whole PROVINCE of/ MARYLAND/ with Part of/ PENSILVANIA, NEW JERSEY AND NORTH CAROLINA
More than Meets the Eye: Maps and Prints of Early America
A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South
Joshua Fry (ca. 1700-1754) & Peter Jefferson (1708-1757)1768; first published ca. 17531968-11
Map 1955-486 A New and Accurate/ MAP OF/ VIRGINIA/ Wherein most of the/ COUNTIES/ are laid down from/ ACTUAL SURVEYS./ With/ A Concise Account of the/ Number of/ Inhabitants, the Trade, Soil, and Produce/ of that/ PROVINCE.John Henry (d. 1773)February 17701955-486,A
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A Parish Feast, humbly Inscrib'd to the Church-Wardens, Vestrymen, Questmen, and Parish Officers.Thomas Kitchin (1719-1784)17611954-486
A PLAN OF THE/ OPERATIONS of the KING'S ARMY/ under the Command of/ GENERAL S.R WILLIAM HOWE, K. B./ IN/ NEW YORK/ AND/ EAST NEW JERSEY,/ against the AMERICAN FORCES Commanded/ By GENERAL WASHINGTON,Claude Joseph Sauthier (1736-1802)February 25, 17771971-1278
TC2002-0315 A PLAN of/ YORK TOWN AND GLOUCESTER,/ IN THE PROVINCE OF VIRGINIA,/ Shewing/ the WORKS constructed for the Defence of those Posts/ by the BRITISH ARMY,/ under the Command of Lt. Genl. EARL CORNWALLIS;Lieutenant John Hills (fl. 1777-1817)October 7, 17851975-9
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