National map of the United States
|Creator:||Atwood, John M., approximately 1818-|
Ensigns & Thayer,
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This map of the United States shows the country as it was in 1848, before the massive territorial expansion that followed the War with Mexico.
Prime meridian: Washington.
Insets: Northern Maine -- Southern Florida -- Philadelphia -- Baltimore -- New York -- Boston -- Pittsburgh -- St. Louis -- Cincinnati -- Chicago.
Surrounding the map are artistic portraits of the first eleven presidents as well as other important early statesmen and explorers, state seals, a sketch of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and an artistic representation of the Great Seal of the United States.
1 map : hand colored ; 45 x 56 cm
Scale [ca. 1:4,500,000]
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