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Mappemonde ou description generale du globe terrestre.

Mappemonde ou description generale du globe terrestre.

Date: [between 1705 and 1721]
Creator: Chatelain, Henri Abraham
Description: Map shows known extent of the world with six continents; partial coastline of "Nouvelle Hollande" [Australia] connected to coastline circling the lower globe; California as an island; political boundaries. Includes dates of discoveries and explorers voyages. Insets: "Le Soleil Salon le Pere Kircher" and "La Lune Selon Monsieur Cassini." Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
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Mappemonde suivant la projection de Mercator

Mappemonde suivant la projection de Mercator

Date: unknown
Creator: Jacobs, S.
Description: This map uses Mercator projection and shows the entire world. Major regions (North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia) are shaded in different colors. Some cities are noted and countries labeled (but not delineated). Bodies of water and other geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
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Mappemonde suivant la projection des cartes reduites.

Mappemonde suivant la projection des cartes reduites.

Date: 1778
Creator: Robert de Vaugondy, Didier, 1723-1786.
Description: Map shows the world, without the poles, "Division par religions", "Division par les couleurs des habitans",and, "Division par la figure des hommes." Scale not given.
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Mappemonde, sur le plan de l'equateur hemisphère septentrional.

Mappemonde, sur le plan de l'equateur hemisphère septentrional.

Date: [1787]
Creator: Bonne, Rigobert, 1727-1794.
Description: Map shows the northern hemisphere of Earth, which include Europe, Africa, North America, Central America, Asia, and Oceania. Geography and major cities are indicated throughout. Includes: "Table des climats and Climats de mois" [Table of climates and climates of months]. Inset: "Sphère parallele." Map appeared n Rigobert Bonne's and Nicolas Desmarest's Atlas Encyclopédique, vol. 1 [1787]. Scale not indicated.
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[Maps from Mitchell's School and Family Geography]

[Maps from Mitchell's School and Family Geography]

Date: 1858
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)
Description: This map is double-sided. On the front is a map of Texas, with the state shaded in blue; most of the state is in the middle of the page, with portions of the surrounding territories at the top and bottom. In the upper left corner, there is an inset showing "Northern Texas on the same scale as the larger Map" and a second inset in the lower left corner has a "Map of the Vicinity of Galveston City" which has a different scale. The map includes major cities, roads, and geographic levels (relief shown with hachures). All of the counties are drawn in and labeled. The back side of the map shows all of the major roads, railroads, cities, and counties of Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Each state is shaded in a different color. Some portions of surrounding states are visible around the edges of the map. Scale [ca. 1:5,000,000] (W 103°--W 93°/N 34° --N 26°). Scale [ca.1: 3,200,000] (W 93°--W 82°/N 48° --N 42°). Scale [ca.1: 3,200,000] (W 96° --W 80°/N 43° --N 37°). Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.
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[Maps from Mitchell's School and Family Geography]

[Maps from Mitchell's School and Family Geography]

Date: 1858
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)
Description: This series of maps are printed on a single sheet with Maps No. 12 (Texas) and No. 14 (Michigan & Wisconsin) on one side and Map No. 13 (Chief Part of the Western States) on the other. All of the maps include major cities, roads, and geographic levels (relief shown with hachures) and have the counties of each state drawn in and labeled. On the map of Texas, there are two insets: in the upper left corner, "Northern Texas on the same scale as the larger Map" and in the lower left corner, "Map of the Vicinity of Galveston City" which has a different scale. Scale [ca. 1:5,000,000] (W 103°--W 93°/N 34° --N 26°). Scale [ca.1: 3,200,000] (W 93°--W 82°/N 48° --N 42°). Scale [ca.1: 3,200,000] (W 96° --W 80°/N 43° --N 37°). Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.
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Maps of all Texas counties [Front Cover].

Maps of all Texas counties [Front Cover].

Date: [1927?]
Creator: Texas General Land Office
Description: Front cover of an Atlas that shows the land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads in each Texas county.
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Maps of all Texas counties [Front Cover].

Maps of all Texas counties [Front Cover].

Date: [1927?]
Creator: Texas General Land Office
Description: Inside front cover of an Atlas that shows the land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads in each Texas county.
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[Maps of Chili, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay]

[Maps of Chili, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay]

Date: [1860]
Creator: Mitchell, S. Augustus, Jr. (Samuel Augustus)
Description: Map shows mid-nineteenth century geography, provinces, cities, and ports in Chili, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Insets: "Island of Juan Fernandez," "Harbor of Bahia," and "Harbor of Rio Janeiro." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:21,000,000], [ca. 1:11,500,000], and [ca. 1:760,000].
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[Maps of New Granada, Venezuela, Guiana, Peru, Equador, and the Argentine Confederation]

[Maps of New Granada, Venezuela, Guiana, Peru, Equador, and the Argentine Confederation]

Date: 1860
Creator: Mitchell, S. Augustus, Jr. (Samuel Augustus)
Description: Map shows provinces, cities, towns, areas of Native American habitation, and some mineral resources in mid-nineteenth century New Granada [Colombia], Venezuela, Guiana [sic.], Peru, Equador [sic.], and the Argentine Confederation. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale of each map [ca. 1: 13,500,000].
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