Amplissimæ regionis Mississipi seu provinciæ Ludovicianæ a R. P. Ludovico Hennepin Francisc Miss in America Septentrionali anno 1687. detectæ, nunc Gallorum coloniis et actionum negotiis toto orbe celeberrimæ nova tabula.

Description:

Map shows areas of Native American habitation, settlements, and explorers' routes to 1716, through French Louisiana, Florida, New England and the British colonies, part of Canada, Nouveau Mexique [New Mexico] and northeastern portion of New Spain. Three of the Great Lakes are also shown. Includes legend and illustrations. Insets [illustrations]: "Catarrhacta ad Niagarum [Niagara Falls]," [Father Louis], and [Buffalo pictured with Native Americans]. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Scale not given.

Creator(s): Homann, Johann Baptist, 1663-1724
Location(s):
Creation Date: [between 1759 and 1781]  
Partner(s):
University of Texas at Arlington Library
Collection(s):
Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
Usage:
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Creator (Author):
Publisher Info:
Publisher Name: J.B. Homann
Place of Publication: Norimbergae
Date(s):
  • Creation: [between 1759 and 1781]
Coverage:
Place
North America
Place
United States
Place
Canada
Place
Mexico
Era
Spanish Texas, 1690-1821
Date
1759  
Description:

Map shows areas of Native American habitation, settlements, and explorers' routes to 1716, through French Louisiana, Florida, New England and the British colonies, part of Canada, Nouveau Mexique [New Mexico] and northeastern portion of New Spain. Three of the Great Lakes are also shown. Includes legend and illustrations. Insets [illustrations]: "Catarrhacta ad Niagarum [Niagara Falls]," [Father Louis], and [Buffalo pictured with Native Americans]. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Scale not given.

Note:

Appears in Homann heirs' Atlas geographicvs maior.

Physical Description:

1 map : col. ; 47 x 57 cm.

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Subject(s):
Parallel Title: Most of the region or province Ludovicianæ Mississipi from RP Louis Hennepin, Frances. Miss. discovered in North America in 1687, but now the French colonies and business activities throughout the world, the most famous: the new panel
Partner:
University of Texas at Arlington Library
Collection:
Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
Identifier:
  • LOCAL-CONT-NO: 00-450
  • OCLC: 21810177 |
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metapth231378
Resource Type: Map
Format: Image