Texas State Archives Map Collection
Amplissimae Regionis Mississipi Seu Provinciae Ludoviciane
|Publisher:||-- None Listed --|
Hommano, Johann Baptiste, Nurembergg
|Scale:||2 1/2 in. = 55 Ger. miles|
|Size:||49 cm x 58 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Language:||Latin & French|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
|File Size:||62.30 MB|
Rough translation of title: (Amplified Region of the Mississippi of the Province of Louisiana) Subtitle: "a R.P. Ludovico Hennepin Francise Miss in America Septentrionali, Anno 1687 detectae, nunc Gallorum Coloniis, et Actienum Negotiis toto Orbe Celeberrimae, Nova Tabula" (According to the Rev. Father Louis Hennepin, Franciscan Missionary in North America, 1687, showing the glorius colonies and our actions in the celebrated orb) Covers New Mexico; Florida; the territory of Louisiana, which includes Texas; the British colonies of Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and New England; part of Canada; the Bahamas; and the West Indies. Shows are rivers, lakes, mountainous and forested areas, mines, routes and trails--including those of De Soto, missions, forts, cities, towns, and Indians tribes and villages. The site of La Salle's murder is noted. There are notes throughout the map regarding Indians, explorers, topography, and general notes about the French and Spanish battles and establishments. The cartouche or title is in Latin and the body of the map is in French. This map is very similar to map 362, probably were made from the same base map. 6/17/82 Revised 10/22/97
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