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Maps Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Cecil; Cecil Calvert Baltimore, Baron
|Language Note:||Map text in Latin; notes in English; coat of arm banners in French and Italian.|
|Notes:||Relief shown pictorially.
Oriented with north toward the right.
Two coats of arms in the upper right: royal at top, Calvert family below.
Note on map: "This northerne part of Virginia ... is heere inserted for the better description of the entrance into the Bay of Chesapeack."
Also known as "Lord Baltimore's map."
"[A]ccompanies the fourth tract on the founding of Maryland by Cecil Calvert," according to Burden.
Map became important in boundary disputes between Maryland and Pennsylvania.
First map devoted to Maryland.
From: A relation of Maryland : reprinted from the London edition of 1635. 1865.
|Description:||1 map ; 28 x 38 cm., on sheet 33 x 44 cm.|
|Cartographic Mathematical Data:||Scale [ca. 1:1,440,000].|
|Other Titles:||Nova Terrae-Mariae tabula
Nova Terrae-Mariae tabvla
Lord Baltimore's map
Relation of Maryland.
|Responsibility:||T. Cecill, sculp.|
- Maryland -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
- Virginia -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
- Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
- Maryland -- Boundaries -- Pennsylvania -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
- Pennsylvania -- Boundaries -- Maryland -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
- United States -- Chesapeake Bay Region.