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Map of Illinois & Missouri : exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads &c. / by David H. Burr.

Map of Illinois & Missouri : exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads &c. / by David H. Burr.

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Creator: Burr, David H., 1803-1875
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Date: [1839?]
Publisher: Geographer to the House of Representatives of the U.S.,
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Description:
"David H. Burr (Late topographer to the Post Office)".
"Entered according to act of Congress, July 10th 1839, by David H. Burr in the clerk's office of the district court of the District of Columbia."
At lower right-hand corner: John Arrowsmith.
Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Physical Description:
4 sheets : hand col., mounted on linen ; 120 x 96 cm., each sheet 66 x 49 cm. or smaller.
Scale:
Scale [ca. 1:1,641,080]
Folder:
BRBL_00547
Volume/Enumeration:
Sheets 1-4
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The use of this image may be subject to the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) or to site license or other rights management terms and conditions. The person using the image is liable for any infringement
Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Source Digital Format:
High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 15814396
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