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World Globular Projection. Smiley, Thomas T. 1842

World Globular Projection. / Smiley, Thomas T. / 1842
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Full Title: World Globular Projection.

Author: Smiley, Thomas T.

Date: 1842

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Full David Rumsey Map Collection Catalog Record:

Author: Smiley, Thomas T.

Date: 1842

Short Title: World Globular Projection.

Publisher: Philadelphia: Hogan & Thompson

Type: Atlas Map

Object Height cm: 21

Object Width cm: 27

Scale 1: 160,000,000

Note: In full color. The World projections are surrounded by two sets of projections - one showing the hemispheres and a northern and southern polar projection. Four other insets explain circles, zones, parallels, and meridians. Vignette depicting two children representing history and science, with a sheath of wheat representing agriculture.

Reference: P317 (1838 edition).

World Area: World

Subject: School

Full Title: World Globular Projection.

List No: 0902.002

Series No: 3

Published In: Smiley's Atlas, For The Use Of Schools And Families. A New Atlas, Intended To Illustrate The Encyclopedia Of Geography. (On The Plan Of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Geography.) ... Exhibiting The Natural And Political Divisions Of The Different Countries On The Globe. By Thos. T. Smiley, A.M., M.D. Philadelphia. Hogan & Thompson. (1842?), 1839 ... Entered ... 1838, by Thos. T. Smiley ... Pennsylvania.

Publication Author: Smiley, Thomas T.

Publication Date: 1842

Publication Reference: P317 (1838 edition).

Publication Note: Attractive vignettes are on all the maps. E.F. Woodward is the engraver. Tanner supposedly had a part in making this atlas (see Smiley text book, 1836 edition). Maps are hand painted in full color. Covers are yellow heavy paper printed with the above title and table of contents.

Publication List No: 0902.000

Publication Type: School Atlas

Publication Maps: 15

Publication Height cm: 30

Publication Width cm: 25

Image No: 0902002

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