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Hand colored cerographic map showing all of the United States and Mexico. Appears to have been colored after the Mexican War settlements in 1848, as the Gila River boundary is used.
Remains of ornamental border show relationship with Ensign & Thayer maps. Cf. 75.1850T, 75.1848F, 75.1848L, 75.1854.
Texas, Oregon territory, and California-New Mexico territories are colored differently from the rest of the United States.
Place of publication, publisher, and date taken from item 10. A. O'Brien sale 3/27/22 as listed in Amer. Bk. Prices current. Oregon trail, route of proposed Oregon railroad, and various travelers' routes also shown.
Printing shows Mexican boundary at 42nd parallel.
1 map ; 35 x 48 cm.
Scale [ca. 1:11,500,000].
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