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Old Map of North America 1851 by John Tallis Featured Maps of the Americas Print

Old Map of North America 1851 by John Tallis

A fine reproduction artworked from an antique original map of North America, issued as part of the 1851 edition of John Tallis and Company's "The Illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World". Made shortly following the entry of Texas into the Union, this map depicts an important point in American history. Herein Texas is shown at near its fullest extent including Santa Fe and but excluding the Green Mountain extension in the Northwest. Upper California has yet to become a part of the United States and while Oregon is included, Washington remains a part of British America. The mythical Buenaventure River appears in northern California. The map displays several beautiful vignettes depicting oNorth American Indianso, a oWhite Dearo, Beavers, the oFalls of Niagarao, a oConvoy of Diamondso, an oAncient Monument, Mexicoo, oCossackso, and the Esquimaux Dog-Sledge. The map is surrounded by a highly decorative border

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Old Map of New York United States of America 1851 by John Tallis Featured Maps of the Americas Print

Old Map of New York United States of America 1851 by John Tallis

This is a most attractive yet detailed plan 1851 by John Tallis of New York and districts of Jersey, Panovia, Hoboken, Brooklyn and Williamsburgh in the U.S.A. The numerous, identified ferries are flourishing with increasing traffic across the Hudson and East River, the great bridges have not yet arrived. Many individual docking ports and Packets are named. The plan of New York has been beautifully finished with six illustrations. To the top of the plan a view towards Brooklyn with sailing boats and steamers. To the top right City Hall and the Custom House. At the bottom a panoramic view across to New York from Williamsburg and a view of the Narrows from Fort Hamilton. There is New York Steamer to the top left