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Not for publication A Map of the country betwixt Chowan and Nansemond Rivers, shewing the track of a Canal proposed to be cut from Bennett's Creek to Suffolk1805/18342017-164
Map 1995-13 A MAP of the country between ALBEMARLE SOUND, and LAKE ERIE, comprehending/ the whole of VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE and PENSYLVANIA, with parts of/ several other of the United States of America.
A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South
Thomas Jefferson17871995-13
Map 2017-103 A Map of the British and French Settlements in North AmericaThomas Bowen17552017-103
A MAP of the British and French Dominions in North America, WITH THE Roads, Distances, Limits, and Extent of the SETTLEMENTS...John Mitchell (1711-1768)1755/17742017-215
TC2011-1 A Map of that Part of/ BUCKS COUNTY/ released by the Indians to the Proprietaries/ of Pensilvania in September 1737 ("Walking Purchase Map")
More than Meets the Eye: Maps and Prints of Early America
Lewis Evans (ca. 1700-1756)1737-17382006-122
Not for publication A Map of that Part of America where a Degree of Latitude was Measured for the Royal Society: By Cha. Mason & Jere. DixonJames Mynde17692017-107
Map 2019-49 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
DS1997-329
A MAP OF NORTH AMERICA,/ CONSTRUCTED ACCORDING TO THE LATEST INFORMATION:Henry Schenck Tanner (1786-1858)18221997-5
D2006-CMD-409
A MAP OF LOUISIANA AND OF THE RIVER MISSISSIPIJohn Senex (1678-1740)17211968-134
Not for publication A MAP and CHART/ of those Parts of the/ BAY OF CHESAPEAK/ YORK and JAMES RIVERS/ which are at present/ The SEAT of WARJohn Lodge (fl. 1754-1796)17812017-134