Texas State Archives Map Collection

Amerique Septentrionale
Date: 1746
Publisher: L.M. Buttery, Old Maps of the Southwest, Lampasas, Texas. Reproduction.
Cartographer: D\'Anville, Sr. Jean Baptiste Bourguignon
Scale: 1 inch = 39 F. leagues
Size: 82 cm x 51 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: French
AC Number: 02342
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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This publication consists of the northwest and southwest sheets of the original map, covering North America west of Florida. Shown are rivers, lakes, mountainous areas, territories, provinces, forts, mines, presidios, La Salle's settlement in Texas, and Indian tribes and villages. Inset: [Hudson Bay and vicinity]. Enlargements of several sections of the map are present: 1) Sheet I - South Texas and Northern Mexico; 2) Sheet II - North Texas, Okla[homa], W[estern] Ark[ansas] & L[ouisian]a; 3) Sheet III - Kansas, Nebr[aska], W[estern] Iowa, & Mo[ntana]; 4) Sheet IV - Colorado, Utah, & Wyoming; 5) Sheet V - Arizona, New Mexico, S[outhern] Utah & Colo[rado]; 6) Sheet VI - West Texas, No[rthern] Mexico, S[outhern] Arizona, and N[ew] M[exico]; 7) Sheet VII - S[outhern] California, Nevada, Utah, and W[estern] Arizona. Two sheets, each 82 cm x 51 cm Seven enlargements, each 19 cm x 28 cm 8/27/84

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