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The World from the best authorities.

Description: Map shows political boundaries and some major cities in six known continents with Australia shown as "New Holland." Zodiak, "ecliptick," and "equinoctial" lines are also depicted. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given. Map is from "A New Geographical, Commercial and Historical Grammar."
Date: 1791
Creator: McIntyre, Archibald
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The World in hemispheres with comparative views of the heights of the principal mountains and basins of the principal rivers on the globe.

Description: Map shows drainage of major rivers and relative heights of mountains throughout the Earth. Mountain heights are given in English feet. Insets: "Basins of the Amazon and Tocantins," "Basin of the La Plata," "Gt. Lakes & St. Lawrence," "Basin of the Mississippi & Missouri," "Basins of the Rhine, Danube & Dnieper," "Basins of the Volga & Ural," "Basins of the Indus," "Basins of the Ganges, Irawady," and "Basins of the Yenesei." Scale not given.
Date: [1852..1864]
Creator: Swanston, George H.
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The world in hemispheres : with other projections &c.

Description: Map shows six continents, major islands, and major cities as known during the mid-nineteenth century. Includes graphic comparison of the worlds rivers. Insets: The World on a polar projection - North Polar Region - Land and water hemispheres. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1860
Creator: Williams, W. (Wellington)
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The World on a Globular Projection

Description: This sheet includes a map of the northern and southern hemispheres shown as connected circles. The continents are shaded in colors and labeled including some countries, cities, and bodies of water. At the bottom of the page is "A Chart, exhibiting the progress of Christianity from the birth of our Saviour to the present time" broken down by continents.
Date: October 13, 1830
Creator: D.F. Robinson & Co. (Hartford, Conn.)
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The World on a globular projection.

Description: Map shows world continents from the northern and southern hemispheres perspectives. Includes "A chart exhibiting the progress of Christianity from the birth of our Saviour to the present time." No scale noted.
Date: 1830?
Creator: D.F. Robinson & Co. (Hartford, Conn.)
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The World on an equatorial projection: map of the eastern & western hermispheres.

Description: Map shows geography, cities, and place names of continents viewed in the western hemisphere, eastern hemisphere, northern hemisphere, and southern hemisphere. Includes information on "Recent Antarctic Discoveries." Relief shown by hachures, spot heights, and pictorially. No scale noted.
Date: 1852
Creator: Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[World on Gnomonic Projection: America]

Description: This map shows the southern portion of North America, Central America, and most of South America on gnomonic projection. Various countries are outlined in color. Some major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
Date: 1844
Creator: J. & C. Walker
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The World on Mercator's Projection.

Description: Map shows early nineteenth century cities and known geography of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and in Oceania. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1835
Creator: Findlay, A. (Alexander), 1790-1870.
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The world, on Mercator's projection

Description: Map shows some subcontinental political divisions; southernmost discoveries up to 1832. Includes notes and dates of discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: [1836..1846]
Creator: Hughes, William, 1817-1876.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The world on Mercators projection.

Description: Map shows parts of the voyages of exploration undertaken by Captain Cook, Captain Weddell and Captain Parry. Inset: Lands contiguous to the South Pole drawn to the equatorial scale of the map. Inset: Lands contiguous to the North Pole drawn to the equatorial scale of the map. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:35,000,000].
Date: 1835
Creator: Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873
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The World on Mercator's projection.

Description: Map shows six world continents, some political divisions, major cities, the Chinese Empire and Russian America; Spitsbergen and Nova Zemlia north of Europe, "Independent Tartary" in southwest Asia, and "Nueva California" as the southwest portion of North America. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1841
Creator: J. & C. Walker
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The World on Mercator's projection.

Description: Map shows major cities and physical features of six continents and islands of the South Pacific; navigational details for the Canton River, Hong Kong, "Van Diemens Land" [Tasmania], the "River Hooghly," Singapore, and Good Hope. Insets: "Canton River and Hong-Kong," "Van Diemens Land," "Mouths of the River Hooghly," "Island and town of Singapore," and "Colony of Good Hope." Includes small illustration of village along the Hugli River on inset map. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings on insets. Scale not given.
Date: [1843..1863]
Creator: Hall, Sidney
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The World on Mercators Projection.

Description: Map shows the routes of travel and discovery throughout the world taken by multiple explorers up to the mid-nineteenth century. Relief shown by hachures and pictorially. No scale indicated.
Date: [1841..1859]
Creator: George Philip & Son
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The World on Mercator's Projection.

Description: Map shows six world continents, some political divisions, major cities, the Chinese Empire and Russian America; Spitsbergen and Nova Zemlia north of Europe, "Independent Tartary" in southwest Asia, and "Nueva California" as the southwest portion of North America. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1841
Creator: J. & C. Walker
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The world, on Mercator's projection

Description: Map shows some subcontinental political divisions; southernmost discoveries up to 1832. Includes notes and dates of discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: [1836..1846]
Creator: Hughes, William, 1817-1876
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The world on Mercator's projection.

Description: Map shows early nineteenth century cities and known geography of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Steamship routes to east coast of United States are shown. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1851
Creator: Rapkin, J.
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The world on Mercator's projection.

Description: Map shows political divisions for six continents, island groupings, major cities, physical features, and locations of some indigenous populations. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: [1846..1852]
Creator: J. & C. Walker
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The world (on Mercators projection) showing both the eastern & western maritime route to Australia and the difference of time at successive hour-circles east and west of Greenwich

Description: Map shows geography and major cities in Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Africa. Shows time divisions and routes to Australia. Scale [ca. 1:176 000 000].
Date: 1870
Creator: Hughes, William, 1817-1876
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The World, with the Tracts & Discoveries of the Latest Navigators.

Description: This map shows the entire world, broken down into two hemispheres (with are connected circles). The western hemisphere is shown to the left and the eastern hemisphere is to the right. Continents, some countries and major cities, and bodies of water are marked and labeled. Additionally, the routes of Captain Cook and other explorers of the late 1700s are noted and labeled.
Date: 1820
Creator: Kelly, Thomas
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