Texas State Archives Map Collection
Carey's General Atlas, Improved and Enlarged: Being a Collection of Maps of the World and Quarters, Their Principal Empires, Kingdoms, & c.
|Publisher:||Published by Matthew Carey, Philadelphia, 1814. Printed by T.S. Manning, Philadelphia|
Carey, Matthew (pub.)
|Size:||44 cm x 30 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Carey's General Atlas, Improved and Enlarged: Being a Collection of Maps of the World and Quarters, Their Principal Empires, Kingdoms, & c. Image:
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Atlas. Consists of maps by Samuel Lewis and others, generally showing continents, bodies of water, islands, provinces and other territories, states, counties, roads, mountains and other topographic features, cities, towns, forts, Indian tribes and villages, and routes of explorers expeditions. A table of contents and some prefatory remarks precede the maps. Some plates are not numbered. A list of maps is attached. Map 7042 is an 1815 edition of this atlas. This atlas is too brittle to photocopy. 9/18/87
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