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Pl. 1. Planisphere : Elementaire et Illustre
Vuillemin, Alexandre
Pl. 1. Planisphere : El...
1861
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Author Vuillemin, Alexandre
Full Title Planisphere : Elementaire et Illustre : Indiquant la description geographique des parties connues de la terre, les decouvertes maritines et continentales :: Les colonies Europeennes, les principaux parcours des paquebots, l'epoque des departs, la duree du trajel. & ca. Dresse par A. Vuillemin, Geìographe. Paris, Chez, Fatout, editeur. 1861. Grave par Langevin. Imp. par Alfred Chardon jeune & Fils, 3, rue Racine, Paris. (to accompany) Atlas illustre de geographie commerciale et industrielle.
List No 13376.005
Note Engraved color map of the world. At the bottom are views of national costumes of the world and comparative heights of the mountains and length rivers of the world. Showing depiction of the polar regions. Includes small decorative vignettes, text, inset and tables. Relief shown by hachures.
Pl. 15. Nouvelle carte illustree de l'Amerique du Nord
Vuillemin, Alexandre
Pl. 15. Nouvelle carte ...
1861
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Author Vuillemin, Alexandre
Full Title Geographie commerciale et industrielle : Nouvelle carte illustree de l'Amerique du Nord : Indiquant Les Grandes Divisions Physiques, La Distribution Geographique Des Vegetaux Et Mineraux ... Dressee par A. Vuillemin. Gravee par Langevin. Paris, Chez Fatout, Editeur. 1861. Grave sur acier, Grave: la Topographie par Gerin, le trait au burin par F. Lefevre. Les illustrations dessinees par A. Testard et gravees par Guensu. Imprime par Mangeon. Paris. (to accompany) Atlas illustre de geographie commerciale et industrielle.
List No 13376.019
Note Engraved outline hand color map. Including 16 vignettes views showing indigenous people in North America and 2 sections of fruits and plants in panels at sides. Map shows Russian America, Utah & New Mexico extending to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon, Northwest and Indian Territories, early discoveries, including a reference to Alvaro Nunez in Texas in 1528, Cabrillo's discovery of the Pacific in 1548, Francis Drake, Lewis & Clark and Edwin James. Includes legend, tables, color coded table of European colonies in the region and notes.
Pl. 16. Nouvelle carte illustree de l'Amerique du Sud
Vuillemin, Alexandre
Pl. 16. Nouvelle carte ...
1861
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Author Vuillemin, Alexandre
Full Title Geographie commerciale et industrielle : Nouvelle carte illustree de l'Amerique du Sud : Indiquant Les Grandes Divisions Physiques, La Distribution Geographique Des Vegetaux Et Mineraux ... Dressee par A. Vuillemin. Gravee par Langevin. Paris, Chez Fatout, Editeur. 1861. Grave sur acier, Grave: la Topographie par Gerin, le trait au burin par F. Lefevre. Les illustrations dessinees par A. Testard et gravees par Guensu. Imprime par Mangeon. Paris. (to accompany) Atlas illustre de geographie commerciale et industrielle.
List No 13376.020
Note Engraved outline hand color map. Inset: Carte donnant les parcours des bateaux a vapeur sur l'Atlantique el l'Océan Pacifique. Including 12 vignettes views of countries in South America and 2 sections of fruits and plants in panels at sides. Includes legend, tables and notes.
Carte de la Republique du Paraguay.
du Graty, Colonel Alfre...
Carte de la Republique ...
1861
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Author du Graty, Colonel Alfred M.
Full Title Carte de la Republique du Paraguay.
List No 122499.022
Note Relief shown in hachures. Outline color. Folded. Loose. Backed by tissue.
Frontispiece: Colton's General Atlas, Containing One Hundred And Eighty Steel Plate Maps And Plans.
Colton, G.W.
Frontispiece: Colton's ...
1861
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Author Colton, G.W.
Full Title (Frontispiece to) Colton's General Atlas, Containing One Hundred And Eighty Steel Plate Maps And Plans, On One Hundred And Eight Imperial Folio Sheets, Accompanied By One Hundred And Sixty-Eight Pages Letter-Press Descriptions, Geographical, Statistical, And Historical, By Richard S. Fisher, M.D. New York: J.H. Colton, No. 172 William Street. 1861. Entered ... One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-six ... Entered ... 1860, by J.H. Colton ... New York.
List No 2441.002
Note Full page illustration showing four women and the tools of geographers and navigators: globe, telescope, sextant, palette, brushes, reference books, hourglass. Also has an anchor, a piece of coastline with a city, and some mountains and rocks.
Mountains & Rivers.
Colton, G.W.
Mountains & Rivers.
1861
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Author Colton, G.W.
Full Title Mountains & Rivers.
List No 2441.007
Northern Regions.
Colton, G.W.
Northern Regions.
1861
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Author Colton, G.W.
Full Title Northern Regions.
List No 2441.008
Southern Regions.
Colton, G.W.
Southern Regions.
1855
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Author Colton, G.W.
Full Title Southern Regions.
List No 2441.009
Comparative Size of Lakes and Islands.
Colton, G.W.
Comparative Size of Lak...
1855
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Full Title Comparative Size of Lakes and Islands.
List No 2441.016
Map Showing The Distribution Of The Slave Population Of The Southern States
Hergesheimer, Edwin
Map Showing The Distrib...
1861
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Author [Hergesheimer, Edwin, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey]
Full Title Map Showing The Distribution Of The Slave Population Of The Southern States Of The United States Compiled from the Census Of 1860.
List No 10166.000
Note "Entered according to Act of Congress, A.D. 1861 by Henry S. Graham." "Sold for the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers of the U.S. Army." "Census Office, Department of the Interior, Washington, Sept. 9th, 1861. After a careful examination of the above very interesting map I am prepared to state that it not only furnishes the evidences of great care in its execution, but can be relied on as corresponding with the official returns of the 8th Census. [Signed in facsimile] Jos. C.G. Kennedy, Superintendent." Map indicates by gray patterns, the percentage of slaves in each county. "It should be observed, that several counties appear comparatively light. This arises from the preponderance of whites and free blacks in the large towns in those counties. . The figures in each county represent the percentage of slaves." "Scale of shade" printed in lower right corner. Includes population table based on census of 1860. Susan Schulten "The 1860 Census was the last time the federal government took a count of the South’s vast slave population. Several months later, the United States Coast Survey—arguably the most important scientific agency in the nation at the time—issued two maps of slavery that drew on the Census data, the first of Virginia and the second of Southern states as a whole. Though many Americans knew that dependence on slave labor varied throughout the South, these maps uniquely captured the complexity of the institution and struck a chord with a public hungry for information about the rebellion. The map uses what was then a new technique in statistical cartography: Each county not only displays its slave population numerically, but is shaded (the darker the shading, the higher the number of slaves) to visualize the concentration of slavery across the region. The counties along the Mississippi River and in coastal South Carolina are almost black, while Kentucky and the Appalachians are nearly white." .
Carte figurative...de coton...1858 et 1861
Minard, Charles Joseph,...
Carte figurative...de c...
1861
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Author Minard, Charles Joseph, 1781-1870
Full Title Carte figurative et approximative des quantités de coton en laine importés en Europe en 1858 et 1861 [Quantities of cotton and wool imported into Europe in 1858 and 1861].
List No 10135.002
Note Folds into covers with label "1858-1861 Importation du Coton." Robinson, no.30. Signed by Minard. "The map entitled 'Carte... des quantités de coton en laine importés en Europe en 1858 et 1861' shows two flow-maps of the Atlantic trade in wool and cotton, three years apart. The time period covers the beginning of the American Civil War, which was sparked by the slavery policies of the Lincoln presidency. By January 1861, seven of the southern states had seceded to form the Confederacy. The war between the Confederacy and the states who remained in the Union lasted until 1865, and had a devastating effect on American exports. The seven separatist states are marked on both maps. A line graph in the upper right corner shows the yearly export amounts of wool and cotton for America (blue). There is a sharp drop in exports from 1860, when the issues provoking the Civil War came to prominence. Comparing the two maps gives an even clearer picture of the change; by 1861 the amount of cotton and wool imported into Britain from the East Indies (yellow) had almost tripled, whereas the amount imported from America (blue) had only risen by a paltry 16,000 tons. Britain was then re-exporting the excess to other European countries (pink), at a rate three times higher than before the start of the Civil War." (Crouch).
Carte figurative...des combustibles minéraux...1859
Minard, Charles Joseph,...
Carte figurative...des ...
1859
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Author Minard, Charles Joseph, 1781-1870
Full Title Carte figurative et approximative du mouvement des combustibles minéraux sur les voies d'eau et de fer de l'Empire français pendant l'année 1859 [Movements of mineral fuels on railways and waterways in the year 1859].
List No 10136.002
Note Folds into covers with label "Tonnages des Combustibles 1859." Robinson, no.24. Inscribed by Minard to Charles Didion. Charles Didion (1803-1882) was a French engineer and presumably made Minard's acquaintance at the School for Bridges and Roads, where Didion later became secretary of the general council.
Carte figurative...marchandises...sur les voies d'eau et fer...1859
Minard, Charles Joseph,...
Carte figurative...marc...
1859
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Author Minard, Charles Joseph, 1781-1870
Full Title Carte figurative et approximative des tonnages de marchandises qui ont circulé en 1859 sur les voies d'eau et fer de l'Empire français. [Flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the year 1859].
List No 10144.002
Note Folds into covers with label "Tonnages des Marchandises 1859" Robinson, no.25. Inscribed by Minard to Charles Didion. Charles Didion (1803-1882) was a French engineer and presumably made Minard's acquaintance at the School for Bridges and Roads, where Didion later became secretary of the general council. This map is part of a 9 map subset of the 15 Minard maps that shows the flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the years 1850 to 1861, Pub List No.'s 10138.000 to 10146.000
Carte figurative...marchandises...sur les voies d'eau et fer...1860
Minard, Charles Joseph,...
Carte figurative...marc...
1860
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Author Minard, Charles Joseph, 1781-1870
Full Title Carte figurative et approximative des tonnages de marchandises qui ont circulé en 1860 sur les voies d'eau et fer de l'Empire français. [Flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the year 1860].
List No 10145.002
Note Folds into covers with label "Tonnages 1860" Robinson, no.28. Signed by Minard. This map is part of a 9 map subset of the 15 Minard maps that shows the flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the years 1850 to 1861, Pub List No.'s 10138.000 to 10146.000
Carte figurative...marchandises...sur les voies d'eau et fer...1861
Minard, Charles Joseph,...
Carte figurative...marc...
1861
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Author Minard, Charles Joseph, 1781-1870
Full Title Carte figurative et approximative des tonnages de marchandises qui ont circulé en 1861 sur les voies d'eau et fer de l'Empire français. [Flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the year 1861].
List No 10146.002
Note Folds into covers with label "Tonnages 1861" Robinson, no.32. Signed by Minard. Dated 1861 above the top neatline. This map is part of a 9 map subset of the 15 Minard maps that shows the flow of merchandise in France on railways and waterways in the years 1850 to 1861, Pub List No.'s 10138.000 to 10146.000
War Map of the Middle States
Bufford, J. H.
War Map of the Middle S...
1861
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Author Bufford, J. H.
Full Title War Map of the Middle States : Balloon View of Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee and parts of Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Boston, Lithographed and published by J.H. Bufford, 33, Washington Street. Paris & London. Published by Goupil & Co. New York. Pub: M. Knoedler, 772 Broadway.
List No 9868.000
Note Colored rare bird’s-eye view of the theatre of conflict at the opening of the American Civil War. The view extends from Chesapeake Bay in the foreground to encompass the Appalachians and the watersheds of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Shows topographical features, cities and towns, roads and railroads, and areas of elevation and waterways, in an unusual oblique view that captures a larger amount of landscape than appears in other Civil War views such as the Bachmanns (see our copies).. Relief shown by shadings. Tables in the left and right margins show distances by rail between Washington, D.C.; Cairo, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri and other parts of the country. The map tracks the Mississippi as far south as Memphis. The whole is centered on Louisville Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley.
Text: Panorama from the Summit of Mount Davidson, Washoe Range.
Vischer, Edward; Cooper...
Text: Panorama from the...
1861
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Author [Vischer, Edward, Cooper, J.J.]
Full Title (Text Page) Panorama from the Summit of Mount Davidson, Washoe Range.
List No 8715.001
Note Informative text as to how the map came to be created and an explanation of the visible area.
Panorama from the Summit of Mount Davidson, Washoe Range.
Vischer, Edward; Cooper...
Panorama from the Summi...
1861
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Author [Vischer, Edward, Cooper, J.J.]
Full Title Panorama from the Summit of Mount Davidson, Washoe Range.
List No 8715.002
Note Unusual 360 degree perspective bird's eye view as seen from summit of Mount Davidson, the site of the famous Comstock Mines and Virginia City in Nevada. Attractive vignettes of mining camps.
Map of the seat of war. Published by T.A. Burke
Grant, M. B.; Howell, R...
Map of the seat of war....
1861
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Author [Grant, M. B., Howell, R. H.]
Full Title Map of the seat of war. Published by T.A. Burke, Morning News Office. Compiled & drawn by M.B. Grant C.E. Lithographed by R.H. Howell, Savannah.
List No 8007.000
Note Hand color map, with place names in Virginia peninsula. Shows roads, railroads, forts and fortifications. Cover eastern Virginia (mostly Manassas and vicinity) and part of Maryland. Includes table of distances.
Covers: G. Woolworth Colton's map of the country 500 miles around the city of Washington
Colton, George Woolwort...
Covers: G. Woolworth Co...
1861
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Author Colton, George Woolworth, 1827-1901
Full Title (Covers to) G. Woolworth Colton's map of the country 500 miles around the city of Washington : showing the seat of war in the East. Drawn, engraved & published by G. Woolworth Colton, 18 Beekman Street, New York 1861. (inset) Vicinity of Ft. Monroe & Norfolk. Entered ... 1861 by G. Woolworth Colton ... New York.
List No 8008.001
Note Color pocket map, folded into 18x11 orange cardboard covers, with same title, list of forts, military stations, table of population, etc. and an enlarge military map of the country between New York, Washington, and Wheeling, and a plan of the vicinity of fortress Monroe and Norfolf. From the latest and most authentic materials ... Map centered on Washington, D.C., with five concentric circles at intervals of 100 miles. Inset maps of Maryland, Delaware, and parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey Scale ca. 1:1,125,000 outlined in red. Showing railroads, canals, roads, state capital, counties, etc. Includes a list of the "Principle Forts and Military Stations in the Atlantic States", table of "Population of the United States", and reference.
G. Woolworth Colton's map of the country 500 miles around the city of Washington
Colton, George Woolwort...
G. Woolworth Colton's m...
1861
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Author Colton, George Woolworth, 1827-1901
Full Title G. Woolworth Colton's map of the country 500 miles around the city of Washington : showing the seat of war in the East. Drawn, engraved & published by G. Woolworth Colton, 18 Beekman Street, New York 1861. (inset) Vicinity of Ft. Monroe & Norfolk. Entered ... 1861 by G. Woolworth Colton ... New York.
List No 8008.002
Note Color pocket map, folded into 18x11 orange cardboard covers, with same title, list of forts, military stations, table of population, etc. and an enlarge military map of the country between New York, Washington, and Wheeling, and a plan of the vicinity of fortress Monroe and Norfolk. From the latest and most authentic materials ... Map centered on Washington, D.C., with five concentric circles at intervals of 100 miles. Inset maps of Maryland, Delaware, and parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey Scale ca. 1:1,125,000 outlined in red. Showing railroads, canals, roads, state capital, counties, etc. Includes a list of the "Principle Forts and Military Stations in the Atlantic States", table of "Population of the United States", and reference.
Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay
Mouchez, Ernest Amedee ...
Carte de la Partie Meri...
1861
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Author Mouchez, Ernest Amedee Barthelemy
Full Title Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay. Dressee par E. Mouchez Lieutt. de Vau. commt. l'Aviso à vapeur le Bisson a l'aide des observations faites et des documents recueillis sur les lieux pendant les trois voyages du Bisson en 1857-58-59. Depot des cartes et plans de la marine. 1861. Paris : Imp. Aug. Bry, R. du Bac 114. PRIX. Grave chez Delamare. Deux France.
List No 8001.001
Note Upper sheet. No. 1933 on upper margin. Includes title information. Uncolored map of Paraguay on 2 sheets, 57x77.5 and 56x77.5, prepared by Ernest Amedee Barthelemy Mouchez, a French naval officer who became director of the Paris Observatory and launched the ill-fated Carte du Ciel project in 1887. According to the title the information was gathered during his voyages in 1857 - 1859 on the steamship "Bisson" and published by the French "Depot des cartes et plans de la Marine". The map contains the results of Mouchez's expeditions up the Parana and Paraguay River, making observations from 1857 to 1860. Mouchez improved the practice of surveying at sea, adapting terrestrial instruments for naval use, and was especially concerned with the problems of determining longitude. He developed the use of the theodolite and meridian telescope. Title on upper sheet. "No. 1933" on the upper sheet and "No. 1934" on the lower sheet. Shows political boundaries, major cities, rivers, military posts, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Paris.
Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay
Mouchez, Ernest Amedee ...
Carte de la Partie Meri...
1861
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Author Mouchez, Ernest Amedee Barthelemy
Full Title Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay. Dressee par E. Mouchez Lieutt. de Vau. commt. l'Aviso à vapeur le Bisson a l'aide des observations faites et des documents recueillis sur les lieux pendant les trois voyages du Bisson en 1857-58-59. Depot des cartes et plans de la marine. 1861. Paris : Imp. Aug. Bry, R. du Bac 114. PRIX. Grave chez Delamare. Deux France.
List No 8001.002
Note Lower sheet. No. 1934 on lower margin. Uncolored map of Paraguay on 2 sheets, 57x77.5 and 56x77.5, prepared by Ernest Amedee Barthelemy Mouchez, a French naval officer who became director of the Paris Observatory and launched the ill-fated Carte du Ciel project in 1887. According to the title the information was gathered during his voyages in 1857 - 1859 on the steamship "Bisson" and published by the French "Depot des cartes et plans de la Marine". The map contains the results of Mouchez's expeditions up the Parana and Paraguay River, making observations from 1857 to 1860. Mouchez improved the practice of surveying at sea, adapting terrestrial instruments for naval use, and was especially concerned with the problems of determining longitude. He developed the use of the theodolite and meridian telescope. Title on upper sheet. "No. 1933. No. 1934" on upper and lower right margin of map. Shows political boundaries, major cities, rivers, military posts, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Paris.
Composite: Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay
Mouchez, Ernest Amedee ...
Composite: Carte de la ...
1861
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Author Mouchez, Ernest Amedee Barthelemy
Full Title Carte de la Partie Meridionale de la Republique du Paraguay. Dressee par E. Mouchez Lieutt. de Vau. commt. l'Aviso à vapeur le Bisson a l'aide des observations faites et des documents recueillis sur les lieux pendant les trois voyages du Bisson en 1857-58-59. Depot des cartes et plans de la marine. 1861. Paris : Imp. Aug. Bry, R. du Bac 114. PRIX. Grave chez Delamare. Deux France.
List No 8001.003
Note Composite map of Paraguay, published on 2 sheets, 57x77.5 and 56x77.5, prepared by Ernest Amedee Barthelemy Mouchez, a French naval officer who became director of the Paris Observatory and launched the ill-fated Carte du Ciel project in 1887. According to the title the information was gathered during his voyages in 1857 - 1859 on the steamship "Bisson" and published by the French "Depot des cartes et plans de la Marine". The map contains the results of Mouchez's expeditions up the Parana and Paraguay River, making observations from 1857 to 1860. Mouchez improved the practice of surveying at sea, adapting terrestrial instruments for naval use, and was especially concerned with the problems of determining longitude. He developed the use of the theodolite and meridian telescope. Title on upper sheet. "No. 1933. No. 1934" on upper and lower right margin of map. Shows political boundaries, major cities, rivers, military posts, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Paris.
Composite: Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds Eye View (from) Virginia (to) Florida.
Bachmann, John
Composite: Panorama of ...
1861
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Author Bachmann, John
Full Title (Composite of) Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds eye view of Florida and part of Georgia and Alabama .. North and South Carolina and part of Georgia .. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. John Bachmann, Publisher, 115 & 117 Nassau St., New York. Entered ... 1861 by John Bachmann ... New York. Drawn from Nature and Lith. by John Bachmann.
List No 5491.000
Note Composite map image from three separate issues.
Washington Map of the United States.
Smith, Robert P. ; Tain...
Washington Map of the U...
1861
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Author [Smith, Robert P., Taintor, S. & Co.]
Full Title The Washington Map Of The United States. By the Superintendent U.S. National Observatory, Washington D.C. 1861. S. Taintor & Co. Publisher, W.H. Holmes, Engraver. 334 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington D.C. F. Mahler, C.E. Head Draughtsman. Entered ... 1861 by Robert P. Smith ... Pennsylvania. (with 6 inset maps and 3 profiles).
List No 5800.000
Note See notes to other issues of this map. This is earlier than our other 1861 edition (3270) and has an unusual boundary for Utah, extending east in Nebraska in the northeast corner. Other changes from the later 1861 edition include H.G. Bond as publisher, no County formation date in the Explanation list, different map in the Zoological Distribution inset, and some changes to topography. An earlier edition, 1860, is listed by Phillips as done by M.F. Maury (Maury's name was dropped after the Civil War began because of his support for the Confederacy); also, a late edition, 1868, by H.H. Lloyd. This the first edition copyrighted by Smith. See our two 1862 editions. With black top and bottom rollers. The United States is panted in full color by county; Mexico by state.
Virginia, Maryland Delaware And The District Of Columbia.
Bachmann, John
Virginia, Maryland Dela...
1861
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Author Bachmann, John
Full Title Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds Eye View Of Virginia, Maryland Delaware And The District Of Columbia. John Bachmann, Publisher, 115 & 117 Nassau St., New York. Entered ... 1861 by John Bachmann ... New York. Drawn from Nature and Lith. by John Bachmann.
List No 0043.001
Note 1st issue; a 2nd issue shows smoke at Manassas. This view joins with the North and South Carolina view and the Florida and Georgia view to form one continuous panorama of the east coast of the Confederacy. Full color. Bound in black leather covers 38x3
T. 7 S., R. 20 W.
Lyon, Lucius, 1800-1851
T. 7 S., R. 20 W.
1861
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Author Lyon, Lucius, 1800-1851
Full Title Town 7 South, Range 20 West. (Surveyed in 1829 by L. Lyon). Road dists. in Chikaming Tp. in 1861 (added in pencil)
List No 5125.004
Note Colored manuscript map. Pen-and-ink and pencil. Shows sections, quarter sections, smaller parcels, landowners, roads, hydrography, etc. Located in Berrien County, Michigan. Facing the map is a table of courses and distances, 32 x 37 cm.
Military Portraits.
Hall, E.S.; Lloyd, H.H....
Military Portraits.
1861
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Author [Hall, E.S., Lloyd, H.H., Waters & Son]
Full Title Military Portraits. Glossary Of War Terms, Maps, Arms, Etc. (Map of) Maryland, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Etc., Etc. Published by H.H. Lloyd & Co., 25 Howard Street, New York. Agents wanted to sell this and many other Charts for the times. Entered ... 1861, by H.H. Lloyd & Co.
List No 5395.000
Note A very decorative Civil War chart showing military uniforms and dress, 10 portraits of prominent Union Officers, and a map delineating battles around Washington.
H.H. Lloyd & Co's Campaign Military Charts Showing The Principal Strategic Places Of Interest.
Haskins, Charles; Lloyd...
H.H. Lloyd & Co's Campa...
1861
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Author [Haskins, Charles, Lloyd, H.H., Viele, Egbert L.]
Full Title H.H. Lloyd & Co's Campaign Military Charts Showing The Principal Strategic Places Of Interest. Engraved Expressly To Meet A Public Want During The Present War. Compiled From Official Data By Egbert L. Viele, Military and Civil Engineer; and Charles Haskins. Published Under The Auspices Of The American Geographical And Statistical Society. Entered ... 1861 by H.H. Lloyd & Co. H.H. Lloyd & Co's Military Charts. Sixteen Maps On One Sheet.
List No 5397.000
Note An early Civil War map. A compilation of 16 maps on one sheets of harbors, rivers, and a general map of the U.S.
Facsimile: Russian Dominions (portion).
Alaskan Boundary Tribun...
Facsimile: Russian Domi...
1861
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Author [Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, Tichmenieff]
Full Title (Facsimile) (Russian Dominions - portion - 1861). From Tichmenieff's "History of Russian American Co.", published in St. Petersburg in 1861. Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, 1903. 20. Photo. Lith. by A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore, MD.
List No 0009.063
Facsimile: Pacific Ocean. Cook River to Gulf of California. British Admiralty Chart (portion).
Alaskan Boundary Tribun...
Facsimile: Pacific Ocea...
1861
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Author [Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, British Admiralty]
Full Title (Facsimile) Pacific Ocean. Cook River to Gulf of California (portion). London: Published at the Admiralty Oct. 1st. 1856 under the superintendence of Capt. Washington R.N. F.R.S. Hydrgrapher: Correction 1861. Augt. 62 Mar. 64. Mar. 65. XII 66. Sold by J.D. Potter Agent for the Admiralty Charts Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, 1903. 23. Photo. Lith. by A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore, MD.
List No 0009.066
Note Relief shown by hachures.
Cover: Panorama, Seat of War, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia.
Bachmann, John
Cover: Panorama, Seat o...
1861
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Author Bachmann, John
Full Title (Covers to) Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds Eye View Of Virginia, Maryland Delaware And The District Of Columbia. John Bachmann, Publisher, 115 & 117 Nassau St., New York. Entered ... 1861 by John Bachmann ... New York. Drawn from Nature and Lith. by John Bachmann.
List No 0043A
Letter to O.M. Hatch, Secretary of State for State of Illinois from J.H. Colton.
Colton, J. H.
Letter to O.M. Hatch, S...
1861
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Author Colton, J. H.
Full Title Letter to O.M. Hatch, Secretary of State for State of Illinois from J.H. Colton, dated March 30, 1861 from New York.
List No 0183A
Note Complains of bribery by Robert Pearsall Smith. Colton claims that he has been unable to get from the State of Illinois the statistical information he needs on Illinois counties and towns and that Smith has offered to sell him the same information that Smith obtained from Washington (by "inducements" according to Colton) for an "exorbitant price." Colton refers to himself as the "oldest and most extensive publisher of Geographical and Statistical works in this country."
Covers: Report upon the Colorado River of the West.
Ives, J.C.
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Full Title (Covers to) Report Upon The Colorado River of the West, Explored in 1857 and 1858 By Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps Of Topographical Engineers, Under The Direction Of The Office Of Explorations And Surveys, A.A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, In Charge. By Order Of The Secretary Of War. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1861. Senate. 36th Congress, 1st Session. Ex. Doc.
List No 0341.005
Note Report bound with green cloth covered boards with title partially legible on spine.
Chimney Peak.
Ives, J.C.; Mollhausen,...
Chimney Peak.
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Full Title Chimney Peak. Colorado Exploring Expedition frontispiece. J.J. Young from a sketch by H.B. Mollhausen. Lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y. In Charge. (Washington: Government Printing Office. 1861. Senate. 36th Congress, 1st Session. Ex. Doc.)
List No 0341B
Note Lithographed view showing the peak (now called Picacho Peak), the boat "Explorer U.S." with crew, and Native Americans on the bank in the foreground. Has pencil annotation.
Title Page: Report upon the Colorado River of the West.
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Full Title (Title Page to) Report Upon The Colorado River of the West, Explored in 1857 and 1858 By Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps Of Topographical Engineers, Under The Direction Of The Office Of Explorations And Surveys, A.A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, In Charge. By Order Of The Secretary Of War. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1861. Senate. 36th Congress, 1st Session. Ex. Doc.
List No 0341A
Note This is the scarce Senate issue with four maps by "Baron" Egloffstein. Egloffstein used a unique engraving process to achieve a superb rendering of topographical features; he used the same technique in the map is drew for Macomb's Report (see our #2699). Of the maps in Ives's Report Wheat said "The two maps were drawn by F.W. Egloffstein...the first...is one of his best." Rare in this form with the two additional geological maps in color wash. These only appear in the Senate issue. They are the same as the two "normal" maps that appear in the House and Senate issue, but they have colors overlaid to show geological formations. Report bound with blue cloth covered boards with title on spine.
Profile of the Route from the Big Sandy to the Colorado North of the Needles.
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Profile of the Route fr...
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Full Title Profile of the Route from the Big Sandy to the Colorado North of the Needles, being a Portion of Lieut. Whipple's Pacific R.R. Route near 35th Parallel. Colorado Exploring Expedition. General Report. Profile.
List No 0341.006
Rio Colorado of the West.
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Full Title Explorations and Surveys. War Department. Map No. 1. Rio Colorado of the West, explored by 1st Lieut. Joseph C. Ives, Topl. Engrs. under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys. A.A. Humphreys, Capt. Topl. Engrs. in Charge, by order of the Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War. 1858. Drawn by Frhr. F.W.v. Egloffstein. Topographer to the Expedition. Topography by Frhr. F.W.v. Egloffstein. Ruling by Samuel Sartain. Lettering by F. Courtenay.
List No 0341.001
Note Uncolored map in four parts across the page with the title on the far right map, with the maps reading from right to left. The detail of the map is superb, and shows the course of the Colorado River from its headwaters to the Gulf of California.
Rio Colorado of the West.
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Full Title Explorations and Surveys. War Department. Map No. 2. Rio Colorado of the West, explored by 1st Lieut. Joseph C. Ives, Topl. Engrs. under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys. A.A. Humphreys, Capt. Topl. Engrs. in Charge, by order of the Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War. 1858. Drawn by Frhr. F.W.v. Egloffstein. Topographer to the Expedition. Topography by Frhr. F.W.v. Egloffstein. Ruling by Samuel Sartain. Lettering by F. Courtenay.
List No 0341.002
Note Uncolored map showing the Grand Canyon in superb detail. The "line of exploration" and camps are shown.
Letter to the Officer in Charge of the Office of Explorations and Surveys.
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Letter to the Officer i...
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Full Title Letter to the Officer in Charge of the Office of Explorations and Surveys. Washington, May 1, 1860.
List No 0341.007
Note Explains objectives of exploration and survey, describes some of the natural setting, characterizes Colorado River navigation and railroad potential, and identifies key staff and their duties.
Letter to the Officer in Charge of the Office of Explorations and Surveys. (Continued).
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Full Title Letter to the Officer in Charge of the Office of Explorations and Surveys. Washington, May 1, 1860. (Continued).
List No 0341.008
Note Explains objectives of exploration and survey, describes some of the natural setting, characterizes Colorado River navigation and railroad potential, and identifies key staff and their duties.
Table of Contents: Report Upon The Colorado River of the West.
Ives, J.C.
Table of Contents: Repo...
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Full Title (Table of Contents to) Report Upon The Colorado River of the West, Explored in 1857 and 1858 By Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps Of Topographical Engineers, Under The Direction Of The Office Of Explorations And Surveys, A.A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, In Charge. By Order Of The Secretary Of War. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1861. Senate. 36th Congress, 1st Session. Ex. Doc.
List No 0341.009
Note General Table of Contents to the five parts and four appendicies.
List of Illustrations (Part I).
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Full Title List of Illustrations (Part I).
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List of Illustrations (continued) (Part I).
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Full Title List of Illustrations (continued) (Part I).
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Robinson's Landing, Mouth of Colorado River.
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Full Title Robinson's Landing, Mouth of Colorado River. Colorado Exploring Expedition. General Report - Plate I. J.J. Young from a photograph by Lieut. Ives. Lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway N.Y.
List No 0341.012
Note Penciled in: "per page 152-153, Freeman's Colorado River, see page 29."
Cocopas.
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Cocopas.
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Full Title Cocopas. Colorado Exploring Expedition. Indian Portraits, Plate I. B. Mollhausen, Del. Lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway N.Y.
List No 0341.013
Note Color.
Yumas.
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Yumas.
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Full Title Yumas. Colorado Exploring Expedition. Indian Portraits, Plate II. B. Mollhausen, Del. Lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway N.Y.
List No 0341.014
Note Color.
Colorado River. Chemehuevis Valley, From Monument Mountains to Mojave Mountains.
Ives, J.C.
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Full Title Colorado River. Chemehuevis Valley, From Monument Mountains to Mojave Mountains. Colorado Exploring Expedition. Panoramic View No. 1. Drawn by Frhr. F.W. v. Ecloffstein.
List No 0341.015
Yuma Shoals.
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Full Title Fig 1. - Yuma Shoals.
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