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N. America
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Countries are shaded in different colors (with all of Central America labeled "Guatemala"). Cities and towns are marked based on population (the key is at the bottom of the map). Bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief based on hachures) as well as Russian and British possessions and the locations of some Native American tribes. An illustration of an Indian near a lake is in the lower left corner.
America.
This map shows most of the Western Hemisphere, including North and Central America, South America, and the surrounding oceans and islands. Countries are outlined using various colors. Cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
America.
This map shows most of the Western Hemisphere, including North and Central America, South America, and the surrounding oceans and islands. Countries are outlined using various colors. Cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca. 1:42,240,000].
America Settentrionale
This map shows North and Central America. The United States, Canada, and Central American regions are outlined in various colors. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
Amérique Sepentrionale.
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Each country or region is outlined in color and labeled. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca. 1:41,184,000].
Amerique Septentrionale
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Countries are outlined and shaded in various colors. Some major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Around the outside of the maps, there are various colored illustrations showing people, landscape, and animals. At the bottom of the page, there are two blocks of text; the the right, statistics regarding population, and to the right, "Explication du dessin."
Amérique Septentrionale en 1540
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Each country or region is outlined in color and labeled. Major cities and bodies of water are marked. There are several notations on areas throughout the map and there is text beneath the map with information regarding explorations and discoveries with a color key. Scale [ca. 1:33,333,333].
Amérique Septentrionale, ou Colombie
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Several countries are outlined in color. Some cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Prime meridian: Paris.
Arbuckles' illustrated atlas of fifty principal nations of the world.
Atlas shows illustrations of nations throughout the world with brief descriptions.
California, Mexico, and Central America.
This map shows Central America and surrounding areas including the southern United States. Colors were used to outline territories in the United States, Mexico and the Mexican states, and individual countries in South America. Some cities, bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There is a key to the "Classification of Places" on the right side of the map showing the symbolic representations of city populations. There is also a pictorial elevation chart at the bottom of the map showing the mountains of the region.
Carta esferica de las costas del seno mexicano con parte de la isla de Cuba y canales adjacentes.
Map shows detail along the Mexico, Cuba, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida coastlines. Names of the Provincia de los Tejas are given. No scale indicated.
Carte des États-Unis du Méxique.
Map shows geography, cities, towns, and political boundaries in Mexico, Central America, and the southwestern United States. Inset: "Carte du Guatemala, ou Provinces-Unies de L'Amérique Centrale." Relief shown by hachures. No scale indicated.
Carte du Mexique et de la Nouvelle Espagne : contenant la partie australe de l'Amérique Septentle.
Map shows cities and provinces of New Spain, Cuba, Florida and the Gulf coast, tip of Baja California; areas of Native American habitation. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:6,000,000].
[Carte du Méxique et les Antilles]
Map shows cities, towns, missions, presidios, and notable physical features; boundaries for Mexican provinces; areas of Native American habitation. Relief shown pictorially. No scale noted.
Carte générale des États-Unis Mexicains, de la République du Texas et des etats de l'Amérique Centrale.
Map shows the states, provinces, cities, towns, and areas of Native American habitation in the Republic of Mexico, Central America [shown as Guatemala], and the Republic of Texas. Insets: "Guatemala ou Provinces-unies de l'Amérique Centrale" and [Map of] "Iles Revillagigedo." Probably appeared in the author's Atlas Universal de Geographie Physique, Politique, Ancienne et Moderne, printed in 1846. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Carte Physique et Politique de l’Amérique Septentrionale
This map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Regions are outlined in color based on the controlling nations explained by a key in the lower left corner. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are noted (with relief shown by hachures). Prime meridian: Paris.
Central America.
Map shows early twentieth century submarine telegraph cables, railroads, and steamship routes in Central America. Insets: "Proposed Panama Canal" and "Proposed Nicaragua Canal." Relief shown by shading. Scale [ca. 1:5,000,000].
Central America and the West Indies from the latest and best authorities.
Map shows West Indies sailing routes and related major cities and ports. Lower Mexico and northwest coast of South America is also shown and Texas is identified as a separate entity. Layouts of cities in port insets; parishes, towns and estates for inset of Jamaica. Includes key to "Abreviations of the Names of the Nations possessiong the West India Is." Insets: "The Harbour and City of Havana," "Jamaica," and "The Harbours of Port Royal & Kingston." Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Scale [ca. 1:13,000,000].
Central America: Including Yucatan, Belize, Guatemala, Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and the southern states of Mexico
Map shows provinces of lower Mexico, countries comprising upper Central America, volcanoes, cities, towns, major roads, and mid-nineteenth century population statistics. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:7,000,000].
A chart of the Bay of Mexico.
Map shows grid lines, leading lines, rocky areas, anchorages, sandbanks, settlements along the coast, and place names along the early eighteenth century "Bay of Mexico" coastline. Depths shown by soundings. Inset: "Entrance of the River Mesashebe or Misehisipi" [Mississippi River]. Scale statement reads "English and French Leagues, 20 in a degree."
Les Costes aux Environs de la Riviere de Misisipi
This map shows the Mississippi River Valley and Gulf of Mexico as well as the surrounding areas. Inland bodies of water are labeled and villages (found by La Salle during explorations) are marked pictorially. There are illustrations of people fighting around the title.
Cuba.
Map shows western and eastern departments of Cuba each subdivided into lesser states, the Bahamas, the southern tip of Florida with the Everglades, and shipping routes. Includes historical notes. Scale [ca. 1:3,485,000].
A general chart of the West Indies and Gulf of Mexico : Describing the gulf and windward passages, coasts of Florida, Louisiana, and Mexico, Bay of Honduras and Mosquito Shore; likewise the chart of the Spanish Main to the mouths of the Orinoco [Sheet 1].
Map shows geography and settlements along the Gulf of Mexico coastline, Florida coast along Atlantic Ocean, and most of the Cuba coastline. Scale not indicated.
Le golfe de Mexique et les isles voisine.
Map shows the geography, cities, ports, and distances between points of interest in the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba, and West Indies. No scale indicated.
Johnson's Central America
Map shows Central America railroads and canals, political sub-divisions during the mid-nineteenth century. Includes notes and dates on boundaries and railroads. Insets: [Johnson's Mexico] "Territory and Isthmus of Tehuantapec," [Johnson's Central America] Manzanilla I.," "Aspinwall City, Navy Bay," "City of Panama," "The Nicaragua Route," "Isthmus of Panama," and "Harbor of San Juan de Nicaragua." Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Scale not given.
Das Kaiserreich Mexico.
Map shows mid-nineteenth century geography, cities and towns in Mexico. Insets: "Die Rhede von Vera-Cruz" [The Harbor of Vera Cruz], "Die Umgebung von Mexico" [The Environment of Mexico], and "Die projectirte Honduras Eisenbahn" [The Projected Honduras Railway]. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.Scale 1:8,000,000.
Map of Central America including the states of Guatemala, Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua & Costa Rica, the territories of Belise & Mosquito, with parts of Mexico, Yucatan & New Granada : shewing the routes between the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans by way of Tehuantepeque, Nicaragua & Panama.
Map shows Central America geography and place names. Includes five "vertical sections of the proposed canals between Lake Nicaragua & the Pacific Ocean," and notes: "Sections of oceanic routes proposed and completed: Section no. 1, surveyed by Dr. Andres Oersted of Copenhagen for the government of Costa Rica 1848. Section no. 2, surveyed by Colonel Childs for the American Atlantic and Pacific Ship Canal Comp'y 1850-51. Section no. 3, proposed by ... the Emperor of the French. Section no. 4, surveyed by Col. Hughes 1849. Section no. 5, surveyed by ... E.G. Squier. For particulars of this route, see 'Notes on Central America' by ... E.G. Squier." Caribbean reefs delineated and named. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:2,000,000].
Map of Mexico, and Central America Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's New Intermediate Geography.
This map shows Mexico and Central America and the surrounding areas of the oceans . Each country is colored with major cities labeled. Additionally, bodies of water and geographic landforms are marked (with relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depth shown by form lines). Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Scale [ca. 1:14,482,259]. On the opposite side is a page of illustrated text titled "The Territories" which gives a brief set of facts (area, climate, population, etc.) about each of the major territories within the U.S. as well as information about 'Passes in the Rocky Mountains.' The text starts and continues on other, unincluded pages.
Map of Mexico, Central America, New Granada, Venezuela, and the West Indies : to illustrate Olney's school geography.
Map shows mid-nineteenth century geography and cities in Mexico, Central America, Cuba, and part of the southwestern United States. Includes mileage information between selected United States cities. Inset: "Isthmus of Darien." Relief shown by hachures. Scale information not indicated.
Map of North America: Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's New Intermediate Geography.
This map shows North and Central America and some of the surrounding areas. Countries and regions are shaded in various colors. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures and spot heights as well as depth by form lines). Scale [ca. 1:34,957,000]. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. The back of the map contains a page of text titled "Questions on the Map of the Eastern Hemisphere" (not included) at the top of the page and then text on the bottom half titled "The Western Hemisphere" (to the left) and "The Eastern Hemisphere" (to the right). The text in the bottom half of the page appears to be numberd facts and information regarding different regions of the world with accompanying questions in the footer.
A map of North America published under the patronage of the Duke of Orleans by d'Anville.
Map shows geography, cities, and towns in North America, Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies as known during the late eighteenth century. Includes inset of Baffin and Hudson Bays. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:11,500,000].
A map of the British empire in America : with the French, Spanish and the Dutch settlements adjacent thereto.
Map is one of four sheets by Popple that depict the geography, settlements, and political borders in mid-nineteenth century North America and South America. This sheet shows southern Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mexico, Yucatan, Guatimala, Darien [Panama], and most of Cuba. Relief shown pictorially. No scale indicated.
[Maps of Central America and Mexico]
Map shows major cities and towns, lakes, rivers, and the location of Native American ruins. Inset: [overview map showing location of Central America in North America]. Scale [ca. 1:7,600,000].
Mexico.
This map shows the country of Mexico and surrounding areas. The states of Mexico are outlined in color and labeled. Texas is shown outlined and shaded in yellow. An inset in the lower left corner shows Central America, labeled "Guatimala." Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
Mexico.
Map shows outlines of Mexican provinces with California and Texas as part of Mexico; U.S.- Mexico border shown according to Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819; towns, roads; Texas extends from Rio Grande to Arkansas River and into the Rocky Mountains to include Santa Fe. Inset: "Guatimala" [sic]. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,672,000].
[México]
Map shows early nineteenth century geography, settlements, and political boundaries in Mexico and a portion of United States territory. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,000,000].
Mexico and Central America.
Map shows railways, submarine communications cables, and steamer route distances between various ports in the United States, Mexico, and Central America. Insets: "British Honduras" and "Continuation of Central America." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:6,310,000].
Mexico and Central America.
Map shows Mexican state boundaries, political divisions for Central America, cities, and rivers. Inset: "Enlarged plan of the Isthmus of Panama." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:6,336,000] and [ca. 1:3,168,000].
Mexico and Central America to illustrate Harpers Gazetteer.
Map shows sailing routes through the West Indies, major cities, and ports. Lower Mexico and northwest coast of South America is displayed and Texas is shown to be part of United States. Insets: "Jamaica," "The Harbours of Port Royal and Kingston," and "The Harbour and City of Havana." Includes key to "Abreviations of the Names of the Nations possessing the West India Is." and notes. Scale [ca. 1:13,000,000].
Mexico and Guatemala.
Map shows early nineteenth century provinces, cities, locations of indigenous people, and locations of mines. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:11,927,000].
Mexico and Guatimala
This map shows Central America split into two major regions: Mexico (shaded in red) and Guatimala (shaded in yellow). There are two sets of numbers on the regions corresponding to an index on the left side of the map which lists the Mexican provinces and Central American countries. Some cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked on the map (with relief shown by hachures).
Mexico, and Guatimala : Corrected from original information communicated by Simon A.G. Bourne, Esq.
Map shows provinces, cities, roads, mines, and geographic features in Mexico; cities in Guatemala; "British settlement" of "Balize." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Mexico, and Guatimala : Corrected from original information communicated by Simon A.G. Bourne, Esq.
Map shows provinces, cities, roads, mines, and geographic features in Mexico; cities in Guatemala; "British settlement" of "Balize." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Mexico and Guatimala [sic.].
Map shows cities, mines, Mexican states, areas of Native American habitation, and Belize. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:11,930,000].
Mexico and Guatimala [sic].
Map shows early nineteenth century provinces, cities, locations of indigenous people, and locations of railways. Relief shown by hachures. No scale indicated.
Mexico, California & Texas.
Map shows provinces or states in Mexico, cities and towns for Southwestern United States, Mexico, Belize, and Guatamala, gold discoveries in California, and areas of Native American habitation. Inset: "Guatemala or Central America." Includes key to gold discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,000,000].
Mexico & Guatemala
This map shows the country of Mexico with each of the states labeled and shaded in various colors. There are two insets: Valley of Mexico (lower left corner) and Guatemala (upper right corner. The inset of Guatemala has colored regions labeled Guatemala, Vera Paz, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. All portions of the map have cities, bodies of water, and geographic features marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca. 1:12,000 ,000].
Mexico & Guatemala
This map shows Mexico and Central America (labeled "Guatemala") as well as the surrounding areas. Mexican states are outlined in various colors and labeled; Guatemala is outlined and subdivided into 25 numbered sections (a key in the lower left gives a "Reference to the States of Guatemala"). Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca. 21,723,428].
Mexico & Guatemala
This map shows the country of Mexico with each of the states labeled and shaded in various colors. There are two insets: Valley of Mexico (lower left corner) and Guatemala (upper right corner. The inset of Guatemala has colored regions labeled Guatemala, Vera Paz, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. All portions of the map have cities, bodies of water, and geographic features marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca.1:11,700,000].
Mexico & Guatemala.
Map shows geography, political borders, and cities in mid-nineteenth century Mexico and Guatemala. Insets: "Valley of Mexico" and "Guatemala." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca.1:11,700,000].