Map of Ohio compiled from the latest and most authentic information. Hartford, published by Willis Thrall. 1832. Entered ... 12th day of Sept. 1832 by Willis Thrall ... Connecticut.
First edition. This is a very good map of the state for its period, showing all the town boundaries in the counties, and a lovely "View of Cincinnati" below the title. It is larger than most of the other contemporary pocket maps (Burr, Reed, Mitchell, Tanner) and has better detail. This first edition is not in any references. Folded in 13x9 red leather cover with "Ohio" and decorative border in gilt.
A New Map Of Ohio with its Canals, Roads & Distances; By H.S. Tanner. (with) Cincinnati. Engraved by E.B. Dawson. Entered ... 1833 by H.S. Tanner ... Pennsylvania. Published by H.S. Tanner, No. 144 Chesnut St. Philadelphia. (above neat line) Tanner's Universal Atlas.
Counties delineated by full color. Inset profile of the Ohio Canal from Lake Erie at Cleaveland to Portsmouth. Steamboat distance chart included.
Map of Ohio And Indiana Exhibiting the Post Offices, Post Roads, Canals, Rail Roads, &c. By David H. Burr. (Late Topographer to the Post Office.) Geographer to the House of Representatives of the U.S. John Arrowsmith. Entered ... July 10th, 1839, by David H. Burr ... District of Columbia.
In full color by county. Postal routes by coach, stage, sulkey, cross, rail roads and canals shown. In 8 sections mounted on linen. Label on back states "No. 10. Ohio, Indiana."
United States of America: by H.S. Tanner, 1839. Philadelphia, Published by Henry S. Tanner. Entered ... 1838, by H.S. Tanner ... Pennsylvania. Engraved by H.S. Tanner, assisted by E.B. Dawson, W. Allen & J. Knight. (title) J.W. Steel Sc. (with 17 inset maps and 1 profile). (with index) An Alphabetical Index To The Four Sheet Map Of The United States, By H. S. Tanner. Philadelphia: Rackliff And Jones, Printers, South-West corner of Geogre and Swanwick streets.
The seventh edition. Michigan peninsula has been substantially redrawn, the profiles in the lower left corner of the map have been eliminated to reveal a good bit of Republican Texas, Wisconsin and Iowa are shown, Missouri is enlarged in the northwestern corner, and new counties are added in most of the settling states. This is a major revision of the map. There is added a new key index system of numbers (and letters for Texas) to go with an attached "Alphabetical Index to the Four Sheet Map of The United States" (see our #4846). The index is bound in patterned tan cloth covered boards 18.5x11 with a label reading "Index Of Places, Contained On Tanner's Map Of The United States." Most copies of this map are either colored in outline or in full color by state; this copy is in full color by county - the only such example we have seen. Streeter Texas 1232 is the 1836 edition of this map, which apparently shows Texas in much the same form and includes the separate index volume. Map is edged in green cloth, dissected into 60 sections and mounted on linen. Folds with marbled end sheets into the original half leather red cloth covers 22x17 with ties; title on the spine is stamped in gold and reads "Map Of The United States With Index 1839."
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