This map shows the western hemisphere on a projection. The entire map is round with the upper and lower halves formed by inter-connected partial circles. North and Central America (and the northern part of South America) are shown in the top half, and South America is shown in the bottom half. Island chains are shown in left and right wedges. The portion on the left is labeled "Bahama or Lucayos Islands" and the one on the right is labeled "Antilles Leeward or Caribbee I.
Map shows major highways, cities, towns, counties, lakes, rivers, and national parks. Insets: "Beaumont Area," "Dallas - Fort Worth Area," "Greenville - Paris Area," "Houston Area," "Lower Rio Grande Valley Area," "San Antonio Area," and "Tyler - Mount Pleasant Area." Scale: [ca. 1:704,000 and 1:1,408,000].
January 1, 1892 issue of the Vedette, a monthly journal, "Especially devoted to the Dissemination and preservation of Historical Incidents of the Mexican War of 1846- '48, and Current Items of interest to the Surviving Soldiers and Sailors of that period. It is the duly authorized Organ of the National Association, and Circulates in Every State and Territory of the Union."
This map shows the Western Hemisphere including North and Central America, South America, and the surrounding areas. Each continent is outlined and shaded in color. Major cities, islands, and regions are labeled. Bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale not given.
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