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Maps Early works to 1800 Facsimiles
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Map, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Filson; Henry D Pursell; Ternon Rook; Cornelius Tiebout; United States. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission.; Geological Survey (U.S.)
|Notes:||Reprint of map published in 1784 in Philadelphia.
In lower margin is a portion of a facsimile map (covering present-day Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia) with a reprint of the original title of the map: New map of the states of Georgia, South and North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland including the Spanish provinces of West and East Florida from the latest surveys. N. York : Cornelius Tiebout, sculp., 1789.
In upper border: Virginia (Western Part, i.e., Kentucky) at the time of the ratification of the Constitution, from 1784 and 1789 maps in the Library of Congress at Washington, issued by the United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission.
"This map is one of a series of similar colored maps, depicting the 13 original States from New Hampshire to Georgia at the time of the formation of the Constitution ..."
Relief shown pictorially.
Prime meridian: Philadelphia.
|Description:||1 map : color ; 48 x 43 cm, on sheet 66 x 51 cm|
|Cartographic Mathematical Data:||Scale approximately 1:665,000; (W 86Â°15Ê¹00Êº--W 82Â°51Ê¹00Êº/N 39Â°13Ê¹00Êº--N 36Â°53Ê¹00Êº).|
|Responsibility:||by their humble servant, John Filson. Engraved by Henry D. Pursell & printed by T. Rook.|