Texas State Archives Map Collection

Carte de la Nouvelle France ...
Date: 1719
Publisher: Historic Urban Plans, New York, publisher. Reproduction.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: ...
Size: 39 cm x 47 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: French
AC Number: 07073
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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(Translation of title:] Map of New France (Reproduction subtitle:] New France in 1719 Covers North America west to Texas, including part of northern Mexico. Shows bays, rivers, lakes, mountains, colonies, provinces, cities, towns, a few roads, forts, and Indian tribes and villages. The site of Robert La Salle's murder is noted. Some notes on the Great Lakes and rivers are present. There are illustrations of animals, ships, and some compounds or villages. Insets: Les Costes de la Louisiane de Puis La Baye de L'Ascension Jusques Acelle de St. Joseph..., Les Environs de Quebec. This map is a reproduction from an engraving in the collection of Historic Urban Plans, Ithaca, New York. Scales: 7/8 inch = 50 common leagues of France inset: 5/8 inch = 25 common leagues of France 9/9/88

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