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subject : New Mexico--Maps--Early works to 1800
Relief shown by hachures.; Shows provinces of New Spain, areas of Indian habitation, settlements, and notable physical features.; Inset: Isles Açores ou Tercères.; In lower left: les Audiences de Guadalajara, de Mexico, et de Guatimala, forment Le Mexique ou La Nouvelle Espagne.; On verso: 44.
[publisher not identified] (publisher)
Robert de Vaugondy, Gilles, 1688-1766. (creator)
Dussy, E.; Arrivet, J. (contributor)
[between 1760 and 1776]
Relief shown pictorially.; Shows cities and towns for New Spain, areas of Indian habitation; general layout of Mexico City and it's surrounding area.; From an unidentified edition the author's l'Histoire de l'Amerique.; Prime meridian: Isle de Fer.; In right upper margin: PL. III.; Does not have "Benard Direx" in right lower margin.; Covers Texas, New Mexico, and parts of California, Louisiana, and Mexico. More detail is shown in Mexico than in other territories. Shows rivers, mountainous areas, towns, Indian tribes and villages, and Fort Saint Louis, giving the date of establishment of the fort. Inset: Supplement des Environs de Mexico (Mexico City and its Environs). This map is in French.
Robertson, William, 1721-1793. (creator)
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