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A new and general map of the southern dominions belonging to the United States of America

A new and general map of the southern dominions belonging to the United States of America

Descriptive Summary

Title: A new and general map of the southern dominions belonging to the United States of America
Creator: Robert Laurie and James Whittle
Inclusive Dates: 1794
Language: English
Extent: 3 item(s)
Extent: 1 map : color ; 50 x 64 cm.
Collection Number: hmap1794n4
Repository: Hargrett Map Collection

Collection Description

Scope and Content

Relief shown pictorially; Prime meridian: London; Appears in Thomas Kitchin's New universal atlas exhibiting all the empires, kingdoms, states, republics; Includes 2 insets with reference lists: Plan of Charlestown -- Plan of St. Augustine; Phillips, 682, 685, 720 and Vol. 2, no. 3531; also, Vol. 5, nos. 6015, 6016; In: A New and elegant imperial sheet atlas. London: Laurie &; Whittle, 1800? Also, Thomas Kitchin's A New universal atlas. London: Laurie &; Whittle, 1795?; Note: Similar to 1776 Romans map (Cf. Phillips, The Lowery Collection); Publication: London : Laurie &; Whittle


Administrative Information

Custodial History

4 copies: c.1 is Moore purchase, 1936; c.2 is DeRenne 1225-1; c.3 stamped "74".; c.4 gifted by Elaine Neal

Preferred Citation note

A new and general map of the southern dominions belonging to the United States of America, hmap1794n4, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Charleston (S.C.) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Indians of North America -- South Atlantic States -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Maps.
Roads -- South Atlantic States -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
South Atlantic States -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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hmap1794n4A new and general map of the southern dominions belonging to the United States of America : viz North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia with the bordering indian countries, and the Spanish possessions of Louisiana and Florida, 1794 Access Online