This map presents a Bostonian's idea of the United States of America.

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Title
This map presents a Bostonian's idea of the United States of America.
Varying Form of Title
A Bostonian's idea of the United States of America
Published
New York : Columbia University Bookstore, [193-]
Description
1 map : col. ; 28 x 39 cm.
Note
Includes inset of Boston area.
Relief shown pictorially.
Map Data
Scale indeterminable. (W 125°25'00"--W 57°39'00"/N 51°32'00"--N 20°11'00")
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a W1252500 W0573900 N0513200 N0201100
Local note
Gift of Helen Mather Johnson July 20, 1971.
Scan Date
9/4/2013
Record No.
003287878

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8744 x 6680
File Size
5 MB
Record
003287878
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https://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1ic/x-003287878/39015091887508

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"This map presents a Bostonian's idea of the United States of America.". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1ic/x-003287878/39015091887508. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed: June 26, 2022.
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University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. UM Clark Library Maps. Accessed: June 26, 2022.