Texas State Archives Map Collection

The Coast of West Florida and Louisiana
Date: 1792
Publisher: Printed for Robert Sayers, Map and Printseller, November 1, 1792.
Cartographer: Jeffreys, Thomas, geog. to his Majesty
Scale: 1 deg. = 20 marine lgs.
Size: 48 cm x 123 cm
Type of Map: nautical chart
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 01048
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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Subtitle: The Peninsula and Gulf of Florida or New Bahama Channel, with the Bahama Islands Shows rivers, lakes, towns, forts, Indian tribes, location of fresh water, sand bars, reefs, and shoals along the coastline. Soundings are given along the Gulf and Atlantic coastlines. The map extends as far west as Galveston Bay. Long. 75 - 92 deg., from London 10/1/82

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