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Plano General De "La Plata" Capital De La Provincia De Buenos Aires R.A.
Peuser, Jacobo; M.Voyer
Plano General De "La Pl...
1888
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[Peuser, Jacobo, M.Voyer]
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Plano General De "La Plata" Capital De La Provincia De Buenos Aires R.A.
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10651.002
Exquisita & magno aliquot mensium periculo lustrata ct iam retecta Freti Magellanici Facies. Eijgentlicke afbeeldinghe der Magellanischer Strate die nu met veel gevaers ettelijekc. Maenden doonsien, van nieus ondeckt is
Mercator, Gerhard, 1512...
Exquisita & magno aliqu...
1623
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[Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594, Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1612, Hondius, Hendrik, 1597-1651]
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Exquisita & magno aliquot mensium periculo lustrata ct iam retecta Freti Magellanici Facies. Eijgentlicke afbeeldinghe der Magellanischer Strate die nu met veel gevaers ettelijekc. Maenden doonsien, van nieus ondeckt is. Inset: Dese Eijlanden die in gheene Pascaerten aengeteeckent bevonden en worden, Liggen van d'incomste der Strate Magellani O.N.O. verscheijden 50 mijlen op de hoochde van 5I graden.
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10534.365
Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de Buenos Aires
Coleccion "Billiken"
Mapa ilustrado d la Pro...
1933
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Coleccion "Billiken"
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Coleccion "Billiken" - Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de Buenos Aires : Produccion, industrias vias ferreas y sistemas hidrografico y orografico. (to accompany) Album geografico ilustrado de la Republica Argentina. Numero 1.
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11159.004
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Color pictorial maps, showing railroads, rivers, lakes, cities and towns, agricultural, industrial and recreational areas. Relief shown pictorially.
Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de San Juan
Coleccion "Billiken"
Mapa ilustrado d la Pro...
1933
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Coleccion "Billiken"
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Coleccion "Billiken" - Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de San Juan : Produccion, industrias vias ferreas y sistemas hidrografico y orografico. (to accompany) Album geografico ilustrado de la Republica Argentina. Numero 1.
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11159.007
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Color pictorial maps, showing railroads, rivers, lakes, cities and towns, agricultural, industrial and recreational areas. Relief shown pictorially.
Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de Entre Rios
Coleccion "Billiken"
Mapa ilustrado d la Pro...
1933
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Coleccion "Billiken"
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Coleccion "Billiken" - Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de Entre Rios : Produccion, industrias vias ferreas y sistemas hidrografico y orografico. (to accompany) Album geografico ilustrado de la Republica Argentina. Numero 1.
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11159.010
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Color pictorial maps, showing railroads, rivers, lakes, cities and towns, agricultural, industrial and recreational areas. Relief shown pictorially.
Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de la Rioja
Coleccion "Billiken"
Mapa ilustrado d la Pro...
1933
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Coleccion "Billiken"
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Coleccion "Billiken" - Mapa ilustrado d la Provincia de la Rioja : Produccion, industrias vias ferreas y sistemas hidrografico y orografico. (to accompany) Album geografico ilustrado de la Republica Argentina. Numero 1.
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11159.013
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Color pictorial maps, showing railroads, rivers, lakes, cities and towns, agricultural, industrial and recreational areas. Relief shown pictorially.
Exquisita & magno aliquot mensium periculo lustrata ct iam retecta Freti Magellanici Facies. Eijgentlicke afbeeldinghe der Magellanischer Strate die nu met veel gevaers ettelijekc. Maenden doonsien, van nieus ondeckt is
Mercator, Gerhard, 1512...
Exquisita & magno aliqu...
1607
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[Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594, Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1612]
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Exquisita & magno aliquot mensium periculo lustrata ct iam retecta Freti Magellanici Facies. Eijgentlicke afbeeldinghe der Magellanischer Strate die nu met veel gevaers ettelijekc. Maenden doonsien, van nieus ondeckt is. Inset: Dese Eijlanden die in gheene Pascaerten aengeteeckent bevonden en worden, Liggen van d'incomste der Strate Magellani O.N.O. verscheijden 50 mijlen op de hoochde van 5I graden.
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10501.517
(Mapa) de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.
Parish, Sir Woodbine (1...
(Mapa) de la Provincia ...
1836
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[Parish, Sir Woodbine (1796 - 1882), Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873]
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(Mapa) de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Al Excmo. Señor Brigadier Don Juan Manuel de Rosas, Gobernador y Capitan General de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, dedica esta carta topografica de ella, su antiguo amigo y muy obediente servidor, Woodbine Parish.
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10476.000
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The first edition of one of the most important maps in the history of Argentina, being the earliest obtainable general cadastral map of the Buenos Aires region, depicting all the estancias (ranches), created when the agrarian development of the Pampas and related overseas trade led the rise of modern Argentina; created by Sir Woodbine Parish, the British Consul General in Buenos Aires who was one of the main architects of the country’s economic development and chroniclers of its history; published by the leading London cartographer John Arrowsmith. This exceedingly rare, large-format, separately issued map depicts the Province of Buenos Aires and holds the distinction of being one of the most important cartographic works in the history of Argentina. It is the first edition of Sir Woodbine Parish’s grand cadastral map of the region, published in 1836, when the agrarian development of the Pampas and related overseas trade was transforming Argentina from an obscure backwater into a modern nation occupying a key role in the global economy. Beautifully printed in London by John Arrowsmith, the map was for almost 30 yeas the authoritative record of one of the world’s hottest real estate markets, consulted by mega-investors and senior diplomats and politicians on both dies of the Atlantic. Despite it tremendous influence, the map is today an outstanding rarity. The map embraces all of what was known as the Province of Buenos Aires, the heartland of the Argentinian Confederation, and extends from Montevideo, Uruguay, in the north, down to Bahía Blanca, in the south. Although traditionally a unified entity, the Province had since 1880 been divided into the Federal District of Buenos Aires, while the surrounding area remains the province. Drawn upon an impressively accurate topographic template, the map is the earliest obtainable printed map to precisely outline and label all of the province’s major estancias (ranches or estates) that cover the fertile plans of the Pampas to the south of the city of Buenos Aires, and which were the lifeblood of Argentina’s economic rise. In Arrowsmith’s clean and elegant style, the map outlines hundreds of cadastral lots, marking their owners’ names and their acreages. All towns, villages, and rural parish churches are labelled, while all major roads are delineated. All topographic features, including hills, rivers, lakes, or swamps are expressed, while the coasts are carefully charted, based upon the latest surveys. The map is a foundational work showcasing the settlements of landowners who built the Pampas into an agrarian powerhouse, indeed many of the estancias bear the names of great families that are still around today. While some of the estates remain, others have since been consumed by the urban sprawl of greater Buenos Aires. The map features a wealth of information for anyone who has an interest in Argentinian history. During the 1830s, the Province of Buenos Aires occupied an outsized role in the economy and politics of the Argentinian Confederation, home not only to the national capital, but 200,000 of the country’s 675,00 residents, and the majority of its economic capacity. The province (and Argentina as whole) was experiencing a protracted period of hyper-rapid economic expansion, driven by the development of the Pampas into a high-yield agricultural zone, producing goods for export to Europe to feed the Industrial Revolution. In particular, Argentina formed a special trading relationship with Britain that would become the cornerstone of its economic development and the source of a massive influx of investment. The Province of Buenos Aires’ wealth lay in its rural estates that produced the beef and grains that fuelled overseas trade. To realize the Pampas’ massive economic potential the existing estancias would have to be made more efficient and productive, while new estates would have be carved out of the wilderness, a process which fuelled one of the world’s hottest real estate booms, attracting investors from all across Europe and Latin America. To support the estates and bring produce to market, infrastructure would have to be improved. All this required the province and its cadastral divisions to be mapped to high scientific standard and for this purpose the provincial authorities created the Departamento Topográfico in 1824. The Departamento’s ultimate goal was to produce an authoritative map of all the province’s great estancias, the ‘Registro gràfico’, that would be continually updated, and could serve as the blueprint for civilian administration and the management of the real estate market. The hyper-development of the Pampas and the creation of the Registro gràfico received the ardent support of Brigadier General Juan Manual de Rosas (1793 - 1877), who served as the Governor of Buenos Aires Province from 1829 to 1852. A brilliant military leader and highly efficient administrator, Rosas was also a right-wing tyrant who established himself as the de facto dictator of all Argentina. He did, however, bring a about a level of stability and an ethic of organization that fostered the growth of the economy and permitted the advanced mapping of the province. Sir Woodbine Parish (1796 - 1882), who served as the British Consul in Buenos Aires from 1823 to 1832, was the architect of the all-important Anglo-Argentine economic relationship. A man of great intellectual curiosity, he was also one of the era’s most important authorities on Argentina’s geography, history and natural wonders. Born into a wealthy aristocratic family from Norfolk, Parish was educated at Eton. He served as the secretary to Lord Castlereagh, the British Foreign Minister, whereupon he played a major role in drafting the Treaty of Paris (1815) that ended the Napoleonic Wars. In Buenos Aires, he was responsible for negotiating the 1825 Anglo-Argentine Trade Treaty that jump-started Argentina’s economy. He subsequently formed a close bond with Rosas, becoming intimately involved in the administration of the country’s economy and the development of the Pampas. He took special interest in the Departamento Topográfico’s operations, making copies of their surveys and identifying new areas for development. Parish, with his friend Joseph Barclay Pentland, mapped parts of the Bolivian Andes and collected geological and animal specimens from all across Argentina. He later famously wrote Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de la Plata (London, 1839), which is considered to be one of the seminal works on the history, politics, geography, geology and fauna of Argentina during the era. Parish also served as the Vice President of the Royal Geographical Society and was a correspondent of Charles Darwin. While Parish was impressed by the quality of the manuscript and published versions of the Registro gràfico that were created in Buenos Aires, copies of these maps were simply impossible to come by in Europe. He realized that the leading politicians, noblemen, bankers and industrialists who were pursuing vast fortunes in the Buenos Aires Province desperately needed a professionally produced and attractive version of the Registro gràfico that they could use a strategic tool. Parish painstaking copied the data from the 1830 and 1833 Registro gràfico maps onto a more accurate geographic template; on his map he described his sources as being: “La topografía de esta Carta ha sido tomada de los trabajos del Departamento Topográfico de Buenos Aires, y la configuración de las costas del Mar se ha arreglado a los últimos reconocimientos del capit.n Fitz Roy de la Marina inglesa”. This refers to the fact that he used information from the Departamento Topográfico for the cadastral information, while the coastlines were based on the fresh scientific surveys made by the Royal Navy’s Captain Robert FitzRoy, who charted the area in 1832 while accompanying Charles Darwin aboard the HMS Beagle. Parish gave his finished manuscript to John Arrowsmth (1790 - 1873), one of the world’s leading cartographic publishers, and the successor to business of his legendary uncle Aaron Arrowsmith. The Arrowsmith firm had long experience with the mapping of Latin America, and Arrowsmith ensured that the printed map was elegantly and crisply engraved, providing a level of clarity that was a considerable improvement upon its antecedents. The (present) first edition of the map was issued in January 1836, and was dedicated by Parish to General Rosas. Parish brilliantly succeeded in his design, as his map was soon regarded the authoritative cartographic record of the real estate system in Buenos Aires Province consulted by the international stakeholders in Argentina’s economic rise. It far eclipsed the less refined and practically unobtainable maps created in Buenos Aires. The Parish-Arrowsmith map was updated and reissued twice, in 1840 and 1852, and it remained the definitive map of province’s cadastral system until the 1860s, when an updated version of the Registro gràfico was published in Buenos Aires to a high technical standard, in print runs sufficient to satisfy international demand. Parish’s map is one of the most content-rich historical documents from Argentina’s early independence era. Today it is frequently consulted and cited by academics in all manner of disciplines, from history, geography, economics, agronomy and environmental sciences, although being able to handle one of the original maps remains a rare privilege. (Alexander Johnson, 2020)
III. Carte generale du Paraguay et de la province de Buenos-Ayres
Azara, Felix de
III. Carte generale du ...
1809
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Azara, Felix de
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Carte generale du Paraguay et de la province de Buenos-Ayres. (to accompany) Voyages dans l'Amerique meridonale, par Don Felix de Azara.1809.
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13381.007
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Engrave folded outline hand color map. Shows major rivers colored in orange and yellow. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Paris.
IV. Partie de la provce. ou gouvt. de Buenos Ayres.
Azara, Felix de
IV. Partie de la provce...
1809
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Azara, Felix de
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Partie de la provce. ou gouvt. de Buenos Ayres. (to accompany) Voyages dans l'Amerique meridonale, par Don Felix de Azara.1809.
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13381.008
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Engrave folded map. Shows major rivers, cities and towns. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridians: Paris.
XVII. Vue de Buenos - Ayres
Azara, Felix de
XVII. Vue de Buenos - A...
1809
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Azara, Felix de
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Vue de Buenos - Ayres. (to accompany) Voyages dans l'Amerique meridonale, par Don Felix de Azara. 1809.
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13381.021
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Engraved view.
XVIII. Plan de la Ville de Buenos - Ayres
Azara, Felix de
XVIII. Plan de la Ville...
1809
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Azara, Felix de
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Plan de la Ville de Buenos - Ayres. (to accompany) Voyages dans l'Amerique meridonale, par Don Felix de Azara. 1809.
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13381.022
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Engraved plan of the city of Buenos Aires. Shows streets, city blocks, buildings, forts, farmlands, and waterways. Relief shown by hachures.
Carta do territorio da Republica do Paraguay
Aguiar, Antonio Nunes d...
Carta do territorio da ...
1871
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Aguiar, Antonio Nunes de
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Carta do territorio da Republica do Paraguay : onde se dera as batalhas entre o exercito desta Republica e os das nacoes alliadas, Imperio do Brazil, Confederaçao Argentina e Republica de Uruguay, desde 1866 ate 1870; Confeccionada por proposta approvada por Avizo do Ministerio da Guerra de 3 Setembro de 1869, do Commandante Geral do Corpo de Engenheiros Marechal de Campo, Conselheiro de Guerra, Antonio Nunes de Aguiar ... Exercito Brazileiro e dos mappas publicados no Estrangeiro axistentes no mesmo Archivo Militar. 1871. Lithogaphia do Archivo Militar.
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13292.000
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"Monumental Brazilian Wall Map from the War of the Triple Alliance Remarkable map of Paraguay prepared by the Brazilian Military in Rio de Janeiro during the War of the Triple Alliance. The large map shows the major campaigns which led to a Brazilian/Argentine/Uruguayan victory and the destruction of Paraguay’s economy and army. The title of the map reads: Carta do territorio da Republica do Paraguay, onde se derão as batalhas entre o exercito desta Republica e os das naçōes alliadas, Imperio do Brazil, Confederação Argentina e Republica do Uruguay, desde 1866 até 1870; confeccionada por proposta approvada por avizo do Ministerio da Guerra de 3 de setembro de 1869, do Commandante Geral do Corpo de Engenheiros, Marechal de Campo, Conselheiro de Guerra Antonio Nunes de Aguiar, pelos officiaes empregados no Archivo Militar. Translation: Map of the territory of the Republic of Paraguay, showing the battles between the Army of this Republic and those of the allied nations, the Empire of Brazil, the Confederation of Argentina and the Republic of Uruguay, from 1866 to 1870; prepared by a proposal approved by the Ministry of War on September 3, 1869, of the Commandant General of the Corps of Engineers, Field Marshal, War Adviser Antonio Nunes de Aguiar, by the officers employed in the Military Archive. This map, then, can be seen as the official Brazilian record of a war that they ultimately won. It was printed by the Lithography Office of the Military Archive. As the title explains, it was based on new information gathered by the Brazilian Army during the war and the most up-to-date foreign maps available in the Military Archive’s collection. The map shows a detailed rendering of the topography of the region. Rivers, lakes, roads, and settlements, particularly Jesuit missions, are carefully labeled. Dotted lines show the various marches undertaken by armies during the war, but perhaps the most distinct features of the map are the tiny crossed swords that dot the terrain. These swords, and their corresponding numbers, mark the battle sites where Paraguayans clashed with allied forces in the War of the Triple Alliance. These battles are listed chronologically in a legend to the left, just below the title. They date from between April 10, 1866 and March 1, 1870. The War of the Triple Alliance The War of the Triple Alliance, also known as the Paraguayan War or, in Paraguay, the Great War, was the bloodiest inter-state conflict ever to take place in Latin America. While estimates vary and cause considerable contention, it is thought that 60%, and possibly more, of Paraguay’s population was wiped out. The hundreds of thousands of men who lived in Paraguay prior to the war were reduced to only 28,000, as much as a 90% loss. Border disputes in the region were nothing new by the 1860s. Spain and Portugal had fought over the precise location of the frontier between their empires since the fifteenth century. After the Latin American states gained their independence in the early nineteenth century, the new nations inherited the disputes that concentrated in the Rio de la Plata basin, which is where Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, and Argentina all converge. A catalyst for the War of the Triple Alliance was Brazil’s interference in a Uruguayan civil war in 1864. Emperor Pedro II wanted to ensure that his preferred Colorado Party prevailed; with Brazilian aid they did and the Colorados continued to rule Uruguayan politics uninterrupted until the 1950s. Paraguay’s leader, Francisco Solano López, had supported the other contender, the Blanco Party, and saw Brazil’s interference as a dangerous precedent that undermined Paraguayan sovereignty and the regional balance of power. López’s father, Carlos Antonio López, had begun Paraguay’s accelerated industrialization in the decades prior to the war. Paraguay had one of the first railways in South America and revenue came from a shipyard and a large foundry. At the time, the only way for freight and people to travel south from Brazil was to navigate the Paraguay River, further enhancing the nation’s importance. In response to the Brazilian aggression in Uruguay, López threatened to unleash his army, which, thanks to conscription, included every man of fighting age in Paraguay. When Pedro II did not back down, López attacked Mato Grosso, to the north of the area shown on this map. On May 1, 1865, the president of Argentina, Bartolomé Mitre, signed an alliance consisting of Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay, which was now controlled by the Colorados. These three combatants formed the eponymous Triple Alliance. Although the alliance outnumbered Paraguay’s population 25 to 1, López had amassed a powerful, if antiquely provisioned, army. In 1865, López’s forces made early gains. They advanced in both Uruguay and Brazil, but soon had to withdraw due to logistical problems and the amassing of the Allied Army. In June of that year, the Brazilian Navy defeated the Paraguayans at Riachuelo, opening the way for a blockade of Paraguay’s rivers. The landlocked country was now cut off from the outside world. López and the Paraguayan army did not surrender, however. Instead, they entrenched themselves and expanded the draft to include all men, leaving few to work the fields and causing many to starve. It is during this period, 1866-70, that the battles listed on this map took place. Farther south, in 1868, the allied troops under the Brazilian marquês de Caxias, took the crucial fortifications at Humaitá; this opened the way to the capital, Asunción. In December of 1868, at the Battle of Lomas Valentinas near Asunción, the balance of the Paraguayan army was defeated. This is battle 34 listed in the legend to the left. López fled north, where he would be killed at the Battle of Cerro Cará on March 1, 1870. This is the final battle included on the map, number 50. Paraguay was utterly devastated by the war—politically, economically, and demographically. The country lost territory to Brazil and Argentina. The allies continued to occupy the country until 1876 and levied a large indemnity on the nation (which was never paid). Even today, Paraguayan politics and economics refer to and are impacted by the outcome of the War of the Triple Alliance. Rarity This map is extremely rare. OCLC locates only the example in the National Library of Spain. We also note a copy referenced in Philips (Checklist of Large Scale Maps Published by Foreign Governments, p. 55 Library of Congress, 1904). Provenance The map was originally acquired by the French Embassy at the Palais Beauvryé in Berlin, as noted by the elaborate contemporary manuscript note on the verso (Department des Affaires Etrangeres de l'Empir Germanique a Berlin). Thereafter, several stamps reflect ownership by German archives. Quite likely, the map was in the French Foreign Office during the time Count Vincent Benedetti (1817-1900) was serving as French Ambassador to Prussia. The map probably remained there until the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War in 1870. The collection from which the map came was likely resident in East Germany after World War II." (Ruderman)
Buenos Ayres mejoras de la ciudad
Coghlan, John
Buenos Ayres mejoras de...
1869
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Coghlan, John
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Buenos Ayres mejoras de la ciudad : proyecto de demostrativo de los niveles y configuración natural de la Ciudad. 1869. John Coghlan.
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13274.000
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Color map showing improvement of the city, street, city blocks, roads, rivers and bridges. Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by isolines. Includes notes. Escala de Varas. A very early map of Buenos Aires.
Carta esferica del Rio de la Plata
Bauza, Felipe
Carta esferica del Rio ...
1815
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Bauza, Felipe
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Carta Esferica del Rio de la Plata, desde su embocadura Hasta Buenos Ayres. Publicada por la Direccion Hidrografica de Madrid año 1812. Corregiga y Aumentada en 1815 por los reconocimientos hechos en 1800 y 1803. Por El Teniente de Fragata d'Andres De Oyarvide. F. Bauza la delo. ; R. Esteve la gro. ; J. Morata la esco.
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13211.000
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First Revisions to the first nautical chart of coast of Rio de la Plata by Don Andres de Oyarvide to the surveys by the Malapsina expedition. The original chart recorded Malapsina's observations along both coasts of the Rio de la Plata in 1789. Includes insets: Plano del Pto. de Maldonado [Uruguay] -- Plano del Puerto de Monte-video [Uruguay] and 3 views: La costa entre la Punta de la Sierra y la de la Ballena. Isla de Lobos. Cerro de Monte-video. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings, shading, and isolines. Prime meridian is Cadiz. "Important early chart of the mouth of the River Plate, based upon the revisions made by Don Andres de Oyarvide to the original Spanish surveys undertaken by the Malapsina expedition. The chart includes smaller charts of Montevideo harbor and Maldonado harbor. The present chart is the first significant revision to the work during Malaspina expedition's survey of the coastline of the Rio de la Plata in 1789. The Malaspina Expedition (1789–1794) was a five-year maritime scientific exploration commanded by Alessandro Malaspina and José de Bustamante y Guerra The expedition was funded by the Spanish government and originally pursued strictly scientific goals, in the same fashion as the voyages of James Cook and Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse. Some of the leading scientists at the time collected an impressive amount of scientific data that even surpassed what was collected during Cook's expedition, but due to Malaspina's involvement in a conspiracy to overthrow the government, he was jailed shortly upon return. Most of the expedition's reports and collections were put away unpublished, and didn't see the light until the late 19th century. The original chart recorded Malapsina's observations along both coasts of the Rio de la Plata in 1789. Malaspina proceeded as far north as the Rio Paraña, fixing precise points based upon 150 astronomical observations. The title of the original chart is: Carta esférica del Río de la Plata desde su desde embocadura hasta Buenos Aires [Material cartográfico] / levantada de Orden del Rey en 1789 y rectificada en 1794 por varios oficiales de su R[ea]l Armada, Presentada a S.M. por mano del Excmo. Sr. D. Juan de Langara Secretario de Estado y del Despacho Universal de Marina ; Fernando Selma la grabó ; Felipe Bauzá la delineó Andres Oyarvide was born in Guipuzcoa in the Basque region of Spain in 1750, and would rise to the title of Piloto-Major in the Royal Spanish Armada, before his death at sea in 1806. Following the Spanish War with Portugal, Oyarvide was part of the first expedition to survey and determine the line of demarcation of the Limits of the Treaty of San Ildefonso, from the Amazon to the Rio de La Plata. Oyarvide was assigned the task of surveying the Rio de la Plata and parts further north, which lasted from 1783 to 1798, when he sailed from Montevideo to Sain in January 1798. The following year, Oyarvide returned to the region and conducted and given instructions by Governor Bustamonte to conduct a detailed survey. From 1800 to 1803, Oyarvide conducted the survey which would radically rework and improve the original Malaspina work." Ruderman.
Composite Map: I-XII. Plano topografico de la ciudad de Buenos Aires
Museo de la Plata
Composite Map: I-XII. P...
1895
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Museo de la Plata
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(Composite Map) Plano topografico de la ciudad de Buenos Aires capital de la Republica Argentina : Levantado por la Oficina de Obras Publicas de la Municipalidad. Ano 1895. Grabado e impreso talleres del Museo de la Plata.
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13235.014
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Composite map: Sheets 1-12
Mapa del Gran Chaco Argentino
Gonzalez, Meliton
Mapa del Gran Chaco Arg...
1894
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Gonzalez, Meliton
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Mapa del Gran Chaco Argentino : Con Designacion de los terrenos de propriedad particular y los concedidos para colonizar en las dos Gobernaciones que lo forman. Compilado y Construido por Meilton Gonzalez 1894. Casa editora: Jacobo Peuser, Buenoa Aires. Lit. J. Peuser. Bs. As.
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13256.002
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Map of the Gran Chaco region of Northern Argentina 62x88, folded into brown covers with title "Mapa del Gran Chaco Argentino por Meilton Gonzalez" stamped in gilt on front cover. By Uruguayan surveyor Meliton Gonzalez, and published in Buenos Aires in 1894. Showing incorporated territories of Chaco and Formosa, territorial boundaries, towns, forts, outposts, woods and settlement sections. Prime meridian is Greenwich.
Plano nuevo del Chaco Argentino IV. seccion
Rohde, Jorge; Quiroz, S...
Plano nuevo del Chaco A...
1885
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[Rohde, Jorge, Quiroz, Servando]
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Plano Nuevo de los Territorios del Chaco Argentino : confeccionado con los datos de las Comisiones Topograficas... General Benjamin Victorica... Jorge Rohde, Servando Quiroz. 1885. Lith e im. G. Kraft. Bs. As.
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13257.002
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Colored in outline new plan of Chaco, 132 x 106, folded into red covers with title "Plano nuevo del Chaco Argentino IV. seccion. Del E. M.G. del Ejercito 1885" stamped in gilt on front cover. Shows territorial boundaries, towns, forts, outposts, rivers and forests. Includes notes. Relief shown by hachures.
Plano general de la nueva linea de fronteras sobre la Pampa
Wysocki, Jordan
Plano general de la nue...
1877
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Wysocki, Jordan
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Plano general de la nueva linea de fronteras sobre la Pampa. Construido por order ... Colonel Dn. Adolfo Alsina ... Por le Sargento Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Marzo 1877. Litogr. de Alb. Larsch, Florida 164 Bs. Aires. (to accompany) Planos de la nueva linea de fronteras sobre la Pampa. 1877.
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13050.003
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General plan of the new border line of the Pampas plains, built by the order of the Minister of War and Navy, by Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Shows boundaries, major cities, forts, telegraph lines, roads, railroads, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by isolines. Prime meridian is Buenos Aires. Includes legend. Manuscript notations show (in red) the previous lines of the frontier extending out from Buenos Aires with one line dated 1826. Also other manuscript notations show possible battles and forts made later.
Plano Topografico de la Nueva Línea de Frontera ocupada por las fuerzas de la division de Bahia Blanca
Wysocki, Jordan
Plano Topografico de la...
1877
Regional Atlas
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Wysocki, Jordan
Full Title
Plano Topografico de la Nueva Línea de Frontera ocupada por las fuerzas de la division de Bahia Blanca ... Construido por order ... Colonel Dn. Adolfo Alsina ... Por le Sargento Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Mayo 1877. Litogr. de Alb. Larsch, Florida 164 Bs. Aires. (to accompany) Planos de la nueva linea de fronteras sobre la Pampa. 1877.
List No
13050.004
Note
Topographic map of the new border line occupied by the forces of the Bahia Blanca division, built by the order of the Minister of War and Navy, by Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Shows boundaries, major cities, forts, telegraph lines, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by isolines. Includes legend.
Plano Topografico de la Nueva Línea de Frontera ocupada por las fuerzas de la division de la Costa Sud
Wysocki, Jordan
Plano Topografico de la...
1877
Regional Atlas
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Wysocki, Jordan
Full Title
Plano Topografico de la Nueva Línea de Frontera ocupada por las fuerzas de la division de la Costa Sud ... Construido por order ... Colonel Dn. Adolfo Alsina ... Por le Sargento Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Mayo 1877. Litogr. de Alb. Larsch, Florida 164 Bs. Aires. (to accompany) Planos de la nueva linea de fronteras sobre la Pampa. 1877.
List No
13050.005
Note
Topographic map of the new border line occupied by the forces of South Coast division, built by the order of the Minister of War and Navy, by Mayor Dn. Jordan Wysocki. Shows boundaries, major cities, forts, telegraph lines, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by isolines. Includes legend.
Index: Indice Y Cuadro Demonstrativo Del Plano Catastral de la Nacion.
Chapeaurouge, Carlos de
Index: Indice Y Cuadro ...
1901
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Author
Chapeaurouge, Carlos de
Full Title
(Index map to) Indice Y Cuadro Demonstrativo Del Plano Catastral de la Nacion.
List No
10109.003
Note
Shows the assemblage of the atlas maps into a single large map.
Composite: Hoja No. 1-119 Plano Catastral de la Nacion Argentina.
Chapeaurouge, Carlos de
Composite: Hoja No. 1-1...
1901
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Chapeaurouge, Carlos de
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(Composite map to) Hoja No. 1-119 Plano Catastral de la Nacion Argentina.
List No
10109.126
Chica sive Patagonica et Australis Terra
Wytfliet, Corneille; Ma...
Chica sive Patagonica e...
1597
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Author
[Wytfliet, Corneille, Magini, Giovanni Antonio]
Full Title
Chica sive Patagonica et Australis Terra. (to accompany) Histoire universelle des Indes occidentales et orientales, et de la conversion des Indiens : divisee en trois parties par Cornille Wytfliet & Anthoine Magin & autres historiens. Premiere Partie. A Douay, Chez Francois Fabri, l'An 1611.
List No
11622.013
Note
Uncolored engraved double page map divided in two sections. Shows Strait of Magellan or Patagonia and at the bottom shows a polar view of the Terra Australis with Southern Africa and Madagascar. Relief shown pictorially. Includes decorative title cartouche.
Plata Americae provincia
Wytfliet, Corneille; Ma...
Plata Americae provinci...
1597
World Atlas
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Author
[Wytfliet, Corneille, Magini, Giovanni Antonio]
Full Title
Plata Americae provincia. (to accompany) Histoire universelle des Indes occidentales et orientales, et de la conversion des Indiens : divisee en trois parties par Cornille Wytfliet & Anthoine Magin & autres historiens. Premiere Partie. A Douay, Chez Francois Fabri, l'An 1611.
List No
11622.020
Note
Uncolored engraved double page map of the Rio de la Plata region. Covers Argentina, Uruguay and the southern part of Brazil. Shows cities, towns, landmarks, rivers, capes, bays and mountains. Relief shown pictorially. Includes decorative title cartouche.
A Map of Part of the Viceroyalty of Buenos Ayres.
Arrowsmith, Aaron
A Map of Part of the Vi...
1806
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Arrowsmith, Aaron
Full Title
A Map of Part of the Viceroyalty of Buenos Ayres 1806. London, Published by A. Arrowsmith, No. 10 Soho Square, 26th November, 1806.
List No
6909.001
Note
"Rare map of Rio Plata and the northern regions, produced during the British Invasion of the Rio de la Plata. The invasion was an attempt by the British to open a new theatre against the Spanish and French alliance by attacking Spanish interests in South America. To this end, a force was sent to gain control of the River Plate by conquering the dominant city of Buenos Aires. On June 27, 1806, a British force of some 1,500 men under the command of Colonel William Carr Beresford occupied the city. They held control for about six weeks, before surrendering on the 14th August to a militia consisting of 550 veterans and 400 soldiers, led by Santiago de Liniers y Bremond, a French nobleman and mercenary in the service of Spain. A second, better-resourced, invasion followed in 1807, when a force of 10,000 men under the command of Lieutenant-General John Whitelock, attacked Buenos Aires on the 1st July. The British were, however, ill-prepared for urban combat and the locals eventually overwhelmed them. The Britsh had lost substantial numbers, and General Whitelock signed an armistice with de Liniers on the 12th August and left for home. These two resounding victories, which were achieved with little help from her colonial master Spain, have led many to site them as important mile stones along the road to Argentine Independence." (Lyon and Turnbull)
Nuevo mapa de la Republica Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay.
Ludwig, Pablo
Nuevo mapa de la Republ...
1914
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Author
Ludwig, Pablo
Full Title
Nuevo mapa de la Republica Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay construido y publicado por la Oficina Cartografica de Pablo Ludwig segun los datos mas recientes. Buenos Aires,1914. Gunche, Wiebeck y Turtl-O'Brien 121, Bs. As. (with) Alrededores de Buenos Aires.
List No
0447.001
Note
Another elegant map by Ludwig showing most of the Southern parts of South America. With numerous ms notations. Printed with outline color by country, water in full blue color. Map is dissected into 36 sections and backed with linen. Folds into brown cloth covered boards 21x14.5 with "Nuevo Mapa De La Republica Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay Por Pablo Ludwig. Oficinia Cartografica De Pablo Ludwig. Balcarce 188, Buenos Aires" stamped in black. At the top of the cover reads "L.C. Decius."
La Plata.
Arrowsmith, Aaron; Lewi...
La Plata.
1812
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Viceroyalty of La Plata. (Boston: Published by Thomas & Andrews. 1812)
List No
0028.057
Note
Engraved map, uncolored. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, rivers, etc. Covers present-day Uruguay, Paraguay and parts of Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil. List of maps indicates map is new to this edition.
United Provinces of La Plata, Banda Oriental, Chile.
Arrowsmith, John
United Provinces of La ...
1834
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Author
Arrowsmith, John
Full Title
This map of the United Provinces of La Plata, the Banda Oriental, & Chile, is drawn principally from M.S.S. furnished by Woodbine Parish, Esqr., F.R.S., many years H.M. Consul General & Charge d'Affaires at Buenos Ayres, to whom it is dedicated by his obliged servant J. Arrowsmith. London, pubd. 15 Feby. 1834 by J. Arrowsmith, 35 Essex Street, Strand.
List No
0036.050
Note
Engraved map. Hand colored boundaries. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, roads, Indian tribes, etc. Includes Paraguay and parts of Bolivia and Brazil.
Perou, Haut-Perou, Chili, La Plata.
Brue, Adrien Hubert, 17...
Perou, Haut-Perou, Chil...
1826
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Brue, Adrien Hubert, 1786-1832
Full Title
Carte generale du Perou, du Haut-Perou, du Chili et de La Plata; dressee par A. Brue, Geographe du Roi ... Paris, 1826. Chez l'Auteur, rue des Macons-Sorbonne, no. 9, et chez les principaux m(archan)ds de cartes geographiques.
List No
0096.065
Note
Hand colored engraved map. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: Paris.
Buenos-Ayres.
Buchon, J. A. C.; Carey...
Buenos-Ayres.
1825
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Full Title
Carte geographique, statistique et historique de Buenos-Ayres. Rep. de Buenos-Ayres ou des Provinces Unies de l'Amerique du Sud. Grave par B. de Beaupre, Rue de Vaugirard, No. 81, a Paris. Fonderie et Imprimerie de J. Carez. (1825)
List No
0102.051
Note
Hand colored engraved map. Relief shown by hachures. Covers also Uruguay, Paraguay and parts of Bolivia and Chile. Text and tables at sides and bottom. Prime meridians: Washington and Paris.
Argentine Republic, Chili, Uruguay & Paraguay.
Colton, G.W.
Argentine Republic, Chi...
1856
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Colton, G.W.
Full Title
Argentine Republic, Chili, Uruguay & Paraguay. Published By J.H. Colton & Co. No. 172 William St. New York. Entered ... 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. ... New York. No. 62.
List No
0149.067
Note
In full color.
Patagonia ... South Orkney ... Falkland Islands ... South Georgia Island.
Colton, G.W.
Patagonia ... South Ork...
1856
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Colton, G.W.
Full Title
Patagonia (with) South Orkney Or Powell's Group. (with) Falkland Islands (with) South Georgia Island. Published By J.H. Colton & Co. No. 172 William St. New York. Entered ... 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. ... New York. No. 63.
List No
0149.068
Note
Patagonia and each group of islands is shown on a separate uncolored map (four total) surrounded by a decorative border.
Argentina Republic, Chile, Uruguay & Paraguay.
Colton, G.W.
Argentina Republic, Chi...
1865
World Atlas
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Colton, G.W.
Full Title
Colton's Argentina Republic, Chili, Uruguay & Paraguay. Published By J. H. Colton. No. 172 William St. New York.
List No
0151.072
Note
Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C. Relief shown by hachures.
Argentina Republic, Chile, Uruguay & Paraguay.
Colton, G.W.
Argentina Republic, Chi...
1869
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Colton, G.W.
Full Title
Colton's Argentina Republic, Chili, Uruguay & Paraguay. Published By G. W & C. B. Colton & Co. No. 172 William St. New York.
List No
0152.074
Note
Prime meridians are Washington D.C. and Greenwich.
Amerique Merid., cotes.
France. Depot-general d...
Amerique Merid., cotes.
1800
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Author
[France. Depot-general de la Marine, Spain. Marina]
Full Title
Carte des cotes de l'Amerique Meridionale depuis le parallele 36030' late. sud jusqu'au Cap de Horn. Levee en 1789, 1790 &c. par des officiers de la Marine d'Espagne et publiee par ordre du Ministre de la Marine et des Colonies, au Depot general de la Marine en 1800. (with) Cote nord du Golfe de St. George. Grave par E. Collin. Ecrit par Besancon.
List No
0233.023
Note
Engraved map. Relief shown hachures; soundings in brasses francaises. Includes 7 coastal views. Covers also Falkland Islands. "No. 205." Logo of the Depot in lower left corner.
Ste. Helene, Melo.
France. Depot-general d...
Ste. Helene, Melo.
1821
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[France. Depot-general de la Marine, Gutierrez de la Concha, Juan, Malaspina, Alessandro, 1754-1809, Spain. Marina]
Full Title
Plan du Port de Ste. Helene a la cote des Patagons levee en 1794 a bord des Corvettes Espagnoles la Descubierta et l'Atrevida ... Plan du Port de Melo dans la partie n. du Golfe de St. George, leve en 1795 par Don Juan Gutierres de la Concha, Capitaine de Fregate de la Marine d'Espagne. Publie par ordre du Roi. Sous le Ministere de M. le Baron Portal. Au Depot general de la Marine en 1821. Grave par Vicq.
List No
0233.036
Note
Two engraved maps. Relief shown hachures; soundings in brasses francaises. Includes "Vue de l'Entree du Port de Ste. Helene ..." Scales of maps (ca. 1:23,500) and (ca. 1:26,000). "No. 205,2." Includes logo of the Depot.
Chile and La Plata.
Dower, John; Higgins, W...
Chile and La Plata.
1832
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Author
[Dower, John, Higgins, W.M.]
Full Title
Chile and La Plata.
List No
0247.133
Paraguay and Tucuman
Gibson, John; Bowen, Em...
Paraguay and Tucuman
1758
World Atlas
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Author
[Bowen, Emanuel, Gibson, John]
Full Title
Paraguay And Tucuman. (to accompany) Atlas Minimus or a New Set of Pocket Maps of the Several Empires, Kingdoms and States of the Known World, with Historical Extracts relative to each. Drawn and Engraved by J. Gibson from the Best Authorities, Revis'd, Corrected and Improv'd by Eman: Bowen Geographer to His Majesty.
List No
0300.055
Note
First edition. The "Historical Extracts" are short bits of text printed on the maps giving relevant geographical information. A revised edition was published in London in 1792. In 1759, another edition was published adding separate geographical descriptions and correcting some of the maps (see our copy). The Philadelphia 1798 edition by Mathew Carey incorporates the 1759 edition text word for word (excepting the maps of United States which Carey omits in favor of his pocket atlas of the U.S.). Gibson and Bowen made the four sheet map of North America (Stevens 49), and Gibson made the four sheet map of America (Stevens 3).
United Provinces, Chili, Patagonia.
Grigg, John
United Provinces, Chili...
1830
School Atlas
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United Provinces, Chili & Patagonia. J.H. Young Sc. (Philadelphia: John Grigg, No. 9 North Fourth Street. 1830)
List No
0315.015
Note
Engraved map. Full hand color. Relief shown pictorially. Covers also Paraguay and Uruguay. Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.
Chart Of The Straits Of Magellan.
Jefferys, Thomas
Chart Of The Straits Of...
1776
National Atlas
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Author
Jefferys, Thomas
Full Title
A Chart Of The Straits Of Magellan. Inlarged From The Chart Published At Madrid in 1769, by Don Juan de la Cruz Cano y Olmedilla of the Royal Academy of St. Fernando. and Improved from the Observations and Surveys of Captns. Byron, Wallis and Carteret compared with those of Monsr. De Bougainville. (with) A Chart of Magellania with Falkland's Islands. London. Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett ... 1st July 1775.
List No
0346.035
Note
In outline color with a great amount of detail about the topography and people of the region.
Bolivia, Chili, United Provinces.
Lizars, Daniel
Bolivia, Chili, United ...
1831
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Lizars, Daniel
Full Title
Bolivia or Upper Peru; Chili and the United Provinces of South America or La Plata. Published by D. Lizars, Edinburgh. (1831?)
List No
0436.065
Note
Hand colored engraved map. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, roads, rivers, etc. Includes inset.
Bolivia or Upper Peru; Chili
Lizars, William Home, 1...
Bolivia or Upper Peru; ...
1841
World Atlas
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Author
Lizars, William Home, 1788-1859
Full Title
Bolivia or Upper Peru; Chili and the United Provinces of South America or La Plata. Published by W. Lizars, Edinburgh. (to accompany) Lizars' Edinburgh Geographical General Atlas ... 1841.
List No
0438.080
Note
Double page engraved hand colored in outline, with inset: Continuation of map. Shows political boundaries, cities, towns, rivers and mountains. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian is Greenwich.
Cover: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay.
Ludwig, Pablo
Cover: Argentina, Chile...
1914
Pocket Map
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Author
Ludwig, Pablo
Full Title
(Covers to)Nuevo mapa de la Republica Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay construido y publicado por la Oficina Cartografica de Pablo Ludwig segun los datos mas recientes. Buenos Aires,1914. Gunche, Wiebeck y Turtl-O'Brien 121, Bs. As. (with) Alrededores de Buenos Aires.
List No
0447A
Note
Another elegant map by Ludwig showing most of the Southern parts of South America. With numerous ms notations. Printed with outline color by country, water in full blue color. Map is dissected into 36 sections and backed with linen. Folds into brown cloth covered boards 21x14.5 with "Nuevo Mapa De La Republica Argentina, Chile, Uruguay y Paraguay Por Pablo Ludwig. Oficinia Cartografica De Pablo Ludwig. Balcarce 188, Buenos Aires" stamped in black. At the top of the cover reads "L.C. Decius."
Chili, Plata, et Patagonie.
Malte-Brun, Conrad, 177...
Chili, Plata, et Patago...
1837
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Author
Malte-Brun, Conrad, 1775-1826
Full Title
Chili, Plata, et Patagonie, 1856. No. 67. Grave par Thierry.
List No
0458.069
Note
Engraved map. Countries and states trimmed in color. Rivers and islands shown. Major relief shown by hachures. Includes 4 scales.
Cover: Description geog. et statistique, Confed. Argentine.
Martin de Moussy, V. (V...
Cover: Description geog...
1873
National Atlas
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Author
Martin de Moussy, V. (Victor), 1810-1869
Full Title
(Covers to) Description geographique et statistique de la Confederation Argentine par V. Martin de Moussy ... Deuxieme edition atlas. Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie. Imprimeurs de l'Institut, Rue Jacob, 56. 1873. Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, Rue des Saints-Peres, 19.
List No
0464A
Note
This was the first atlas of Argentina. Phillips notes that this atlas accompanied three volumes of text of the same title, also published in 1873. Phillips does not note this second edition of the same date as the first, adding one map. Martin de Moussy was unable to finish the atlas because of illness and it was completed by L. Bouvet. A beautifully engraved title page precedes the full title page and reads "Atlas de la Confederation Argentine. Bachelier Lith. Gve. Sanier, del. Imp. Lemercier & Cie. Paris." Most of the maps are without color; a few are hand painted in full color. Atlas is bound in quarter leather black cloth covered boards with "Atlas de la Confederation Argentine" stamped in gold on the front; spine is embossed with title "M. De Moussy. Description de la Confederation Argentine. Atlas."
Half Title: Description geog. et statistique, Confed. Argentine.
Martin de Moussy, V. (V...
Half Title: Description...
1873
National Atlas
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Martin de Moussy, V. (Victor), 1810-1869
Full Title
(Half Title Page to) Description geographique et statistique de la Confederation Argentine par V. Martin de Moussy ... Deuxieme edition atlas. Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie. Imprimeurs de l'Institut, Rue Jacob, 56. 1873. Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, Rue des Saints-Peres, 19.
List No
0464B
Note
Lithographed decorative title page. Black and sepia. "Bachelier Lith. Gve. Sanier, del. Imp. Lemercier & Cie., Paris.
Title Page: Description geog. et statistique, Confed. Argentine.
Martin de Moussy, V. (V...
Title Page: Description...
1873
National Atlas
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Martin de Moussy, V. (Victor), 1810-1869
Full Title
(Title Page to) Description geographique et statistique de la Confederation Argentine par V. Martin de Moussy ... Deuxieme edition atlas. Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie. Imprimeurs de l'Institut, Rue Jacob, 56. 1873. Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, Rue des Saints-Peres, 19.
List No
0464C
Contents: Description geog. et statistique, Confed. Argentine.
Martin de Moussy, V. (V...
Contents: Description g...
1873
National Atlas
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Martin de Moussy, V. (Victor), 1810-1869
Full Title
(Contents to) Description geographique et statistique de la Confederation Argentine par V. Martin de Moussy ... Deuxieme edition atlas. Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie. Imprimeurs de l'Institut, Rue Jacob, 56. 1873. Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, Rue des Saints-Peres, 19.
List No
0464D
Note
First page of table of contents.
Contents: Description geog. et statistique, Confed. Argentine.
Martin de Moussy, V. (V...
Contents: Description g...
1873
National Atlas
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Author
Martin de Moussy, V. (Victor), 1810-1869
Full Title
(Contents to) Description geographique et statistique de la Confederation Argentine par V. Martin de Moussy ... Deuxieme edition atlas. Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot Freres, Fils et Cie. Imprimeurs de l'Institut, Rue Jacob, 56. 1873. Imprimerie Adolphe Laine, Rue des Saints-Peres, 19.
List No
0464E
Note
Second and third pages of table of contents.
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