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Pennsylvania. Sotzmann, Daniel Friedrich, 1797

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Full Title: Pennsylvania entworfen von D.F. Sotzmann. No. IX. Hamburg bey Carl Ernst Bohn 1797. W. Sander Sc. zu Ebelings Erdbeschreibung von Amerika.

Author: Sotzmann, Daniel Friedrich

Date: 1797

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Author: Sotzmann, Daniel Friedrich

Date: 1797

Short Title: Pennsylvania.

Publisher: Hamburg: Carl Ernst Bohn

Type: Atlas Map

Object Height cm: 41

Object Width cm: 70

Scale 1: 760,320

Note: Sotzmann used Howell as a source. Full color by county.

Reference: Phillips Maps p247; Ristow 169-177.

State / Province: Pennsylvania

Full Title: Pennsylvania entworfen von D.F. Sotzmann. No. IX. Hamburg bey Carl Ernst Bohn 1797. W. Sander Sc. zu Ebelings Erdbeschreibung von Amerika.

List No: 2746.003

Series No: 3

Engraver or Printer: Sander, W.

Published In: Atlas Von Nordamerika.

Publication Author: Sotzmann, Daniel Friedrich

Publication Date: 1796

Publication Reference: Phillips Maps p247; Ristow 169-177.

Publication Note: From the Ebeling-Sotzmann Atlas Von Nordamerika. The Atlas was to accompany Ebeling's seven volume Erdbeschreibung und Geschichte von Amerika, die vereinten Staaten Von Amerika. Sotzmann completed only 10 maps of an intended 18 - Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Massachusetts in 1796; Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland & Delaware (1 sheet) in 1797; Maine in 1798; and New York in 1799. Sotzmann made use of the American maps of the period by Carey, Blodget, Belknap, Howell, Carleton, De Witt, Griffith, and others. Sotzmann's maps are highly detailed with symbols for churches, roads, court houses, distilleries, iron works, mills, academies, county lines, town lines, and more. They are also very rare - only a few institutions have all ten maps that were published. Sotzmann used Blodget and Carey (and two other maps published in Holland - Ristow) as sources for the Connecticut map.

Publication List No: 2746.000

Publication Type: National Atlas

Publication Maps: 5

Publication Height cm: 76

Publication Width cm: 54

Image No: 2746003

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