Hanging Wall Maps and Charts

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1198Coming Soon!DetailsMitchell, Samuel Augustus1843
Mitchell's National Map of the American Republic first ed.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
1843
$1,400.00Mitchell--Samuel-AugustusMitchell-s-National-Map-of-the-American-Republic-first-ed-Large 1st edition linen-backed hanging map of the eastern United States surrounded with insets of the vicinity of major towns, ports, and harbors. This scarce map features 32 colored insets of United States cites including New Orleans, St. Louis, Nashville, Natchez, Mobile, Savannah, Charleston, Raleigh and many more. Population tables for each county in the different states and territories in 1840. Eastren Kansas and Oklahoma are shown combined and is labeled "Indian Territory" with tribes identified including Omahas, Kickapoos, Cherokee, and Shawnee. Large Iowa Territory. Minnesota is not yet named foreshadowing the Westward population expansion to follow in later decades. <br></br> With an inset map of the Treaty of 1842, also called Webster-Ashburton Treaty settling a border dispute between Maine and New Brunswick. <br></br> Samuel Augustus Mitchell Sr. (1792-1868) is one of the pioneers in American cartography of the 19th century and led the conversion of engraved map plates to more affordable lithographic plates. Drawn by James Henry Young (1817-1866) and engraved by J.H. Brightly, both collaborated with Mitchell on this series of maps. Published from 8 1/2 South Seventh Street, Philadelphia. Wall map on linen with wooden scrolls.
1188Coming Soon!DetailsUS Post Office Department1903
Rare Post Route Map of the State of Washington
US Post Office Department
1903
$1,500.00US-Post-Office-DepartmentRare-Post-Route-Map-of-the-State-of-WashingtonRare official U.S. Postal Service map of Washington State, complete with an oval vignette of a Pony Express rider and a steam locomotive with the motto of the US Post Office--"with Celerity, Certainty and Security". A rolled map with no folds. Should frame brilliantly. <br></br> Legend at bottoms shows "Explanation of Mail Service." keyed to colored lines on the map showing frequency of delivery. Also noted are railroads, beginning and end of delivery routes, mail messenger routes, Post Offices, discontinued Post Offices, and rural free delivery (RFD) routes. <br></br> Published September 1903 by order of Postmaster General Henry C. Payne, under the direction of A. von Haake, Topographer P.O. Department.
1190Coming Soon!DetailsDavenport, Joseph B.1941
Southern Districts of Vancouver Islands and Adjancent Gulf Islands
Davenport, Joseph B.
1941
$850.00Davenport--Joseph-B-Southern-Districts-of-Vancouver-Islands-and-Adjancent-Gulf-IslandsVery large whiteprint or blue-line map of Southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. First printed in 1932, this revised edition dates from 1941. Inset map of Saturna Island. Contains cadastral and road detail with a road index at center left. Laid to linen and on rollers; no folds. <br></br> Coverage includes Ladysmith, Duncan, Victoria, Sidney, portions of Juan de Fuca Strait, Strait of Georgia, Galiano Island, Mayne Island, North and South Pender Island, and numerous other islands and passages in that area. <br></br> Contains a red-stamped notation: "Pocket copies of this map may be obtained at the office--". Manuscript pencil course line and distances drawn from top of map near Kulleet Bay, through Stuart Channel and Haro Strait to Victoria Harbor. <br></br> Copyrighted in Canada 1932 by Joseph Davenport. Printed by the Island Blue Print and Map Company, Victoria, B.C.