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Title Page: Atlas New Jersey. Geological Survey of New Jersey, 1888

Title Page: Atlas New Jersey. / Geological Survey of New Jersey / 1888
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Full Title: (Title Page to) Atlas of New Jersey. Geological Survey of New Jersey. Julius Bien & Co., New York. (1888)

Author: Geological Survey of New Jersey

Date: 1888

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Author: Geological Survey of New Jersey

Date: 1888

Short Title: Title Page: Atlas New Jersey.

Publisher: New York: Julius Bien

Type: Title Page

Object Height cm: 68

Object Width cm: 49

Note: Cover title. Includes index map and list of sheets.

State / Province: New Jersey

Full Title: (Title Page to) Atlas of New Jersey. Geological Survey of New Jersey. Julius Bien & Co., New York. (1888)

List No: 2902B

Series No: 2

Published In: Atlas of New Jersey. Geological Survey of New Jersey. Julius Bien & Co., New York. (1888)

Publication Author: Geological Survey of New Jersey

Publication Date: 1888

Publication Reference: LeGear. Atlases of the United States, L5609; Schwartz, Seymour I. and Ehrenberg, Ralph E. ?The mapping of America, p. 310.

Publication Note: 1st ed. of all maps. No linen backing. The first topographical survey based on triangulation of an American State, and the first accurate mapping of New Jersey (Felcone). Has the state map in front, but does not have the Geological State map which was first published in 1889. Some of the maps of this edition are the same as the second edition, but most are earlier and do not include many topographical features and man made works that appear in the later editions. The title page is different from the second edition, and there is no list of maps, except on the title page. The maps are dated 1884 to 1888, indicating that the project was took four years to complete. Printed in full color.

Publication List No: 2902.000

Publication Type: State Atlas

Publication Maps: 19

Publication Height cm: 69

Publication Width cm: 50

Image No: 2902B

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