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Carte politique de l'Amérique Septentrionale.
Map shows early nineteenth century political boundaries marking areas of North America claimed by the United States and European countries. No scale noted.
A chart of the internal part of Louisiana including all the hitherto unexplored countries, lying between the River La Platte of the Missouri on the N., and the Red River on the S., the Mississippi east, and the mountains of Mexico west, with a part of New Mexico & the Province of Texas.
Map shows the sources in New Mexico of the Arkansaw [Arkansas] and Red Rivers and the Spanish settlements along the "Rio del Norte" [the Rio Grande] north of Santa Fe. Includes legend and notes on vegetation, geography, and previous explorations. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:2,450,000].
A map of New Spain from 16 [degrees] to 38 [degrees] North Latitude : Reduced from the Large Map Drawn from Astronomical Observations at Mexico in the Year 1804 and Comprehending the Whole of the Information in the Original Map, Except the Heights of Mountains.
Map shows provinces, cities, military posts, areas of Native American habitation, mines, and geographic features. Includes legend and notes on explorers and dates of their discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:7,500,000].
A map of New Spain from 16 [degrees] to 38 [degrees] North Latitude : Reduced from the Large Map Drawn from Astronomical Observations at Mexico in the Year 1804 and Comprehending the Whole of the Information in the Original Map, Except the Heights of Mountains.
Map shows provinces, cities, military posts, areas of Native American habitation, mines, and geographic features. Includes legend and notes on explorers and dates of their discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:7,500,000].
A map of the internal provinces of New Spain: The outlines are from the sketches of, but corrected and improved by Captain Zebulon M. Pike, who was conducted through that country, in the year 1807 by order of the Commandant General of those provinces.
Map shows the "boundary between the Vice Royalty and the Internal Provinces which are independent of the Vice Roy." Includes notes. Scale [ca.1:4,827,000]. Map comes from Expedition of Zebulon Montgomery Pike by Elliott Coues
Map of the Mississippi River : from its source to the mouth of the Missouri
Map of the Mississippi River : from its source to the mouth of the Missouri / laid down from the notes of the Lieut. Z.M. Pike ; by Anthony Nau ; reduced and corrected by the astronomical observations of Mr. Thompson at its source ; and of Capt. M. Lewis, where it receives the waters of the Missouri ; by Nichs. King ; engraved by Francis Shallus.