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ID Number: 97
Lake Superior & South Florida
Zatta, Antonio after John Mitchell
1778
$475.
This map pairs two unlikely locations, Lake Superior and southern Florida. The Florida portion was actually an inset in the upper left hand corner of a twelve sheet map. The 12 sheet map was based on John Mitchell's seminal 1755 map of the American Colonies. There are several fictitious islands in Lake Superior and a range of mountains in southern Florida. The map has light outline color.

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ID Number: 102
Louisiana
Mitchell, S.A.
1850
$195.
An attractive example of a mid century Mitchell map. Tables on the left show distances to other cities along river routes. There is a large inset of New Orleans at upper right.

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ID Number: 103
Mississippi
Mitchell, S.A.
1846
$165.
The map is dated 1846, but is probably from an 1850 atlas.

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ID Number: 141
Mexico & West Indies
Tirion, Isaak
1745
$465.
This map shows all of Mexico and the West Indies as well as southeastern North America and South America.

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ID Number: 143
Florida
Kitchin, Thomas London Magazine
1765
$585.
This attractive little map covers Florida and the Gulf Coast as far west as the Mississippi River. The Florida peninsula is made up entirely of small islands. The map was published in the March 1765 issue of the London Magazine.

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ID Number: 153
Louisiana
Mitchell, S.A. Burroughs, N.H.
1847
$195.
A beautiful map of Louisiana in the classic Mitchell style with a pink and green border. A detailed map of New Orleans is in the inset panel.

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