A new map of America from the latest observations / revis'd by I. Senex.



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A new map of America from the latest observations / revis'd by I. Senex.
[London : s.n., ca. 1719]
1 map : outline col. ; 47 x 55 cm.
Relief shown pictorially.
Dedication in title cartouche to [Henry Bowes Howard,] Earl of Berkshire, deputy earl marshal of England.
Shows California as an island.
Includes elaborate decorative cartouche in the upper left corner. The cartouche depicts scenes of Native American life, such as battle and food as well.
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Scale [ca. 1:22,000,000] (W 179°16'00"-- W 1°25'00"/N 68°39'00"-- S 60°09'00").
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a 22000000 W1791600 W0012500 N0683900 S0600900
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Gift of James Dahl, 2012, no.12.
Handwritten on verso: "1719, RNOK, 250.00"
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"A new map of America from the latest observations / revis'd by I. Senex." In the digital collection UM Clark Library Maps. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1ic/x-012464989/39015095390558. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 20, 2024.
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