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by Jedidiah Morse

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Eighteenth century maps by Jedidiah Morse. From The American Universal Geography (1796) and The American Gazetteer (1797). Engravings by Amos Doolittle, Benjamin Callender and Samuel Hill. With folds as issued. Very good condition, except as noted.

A series of late eighteenth century maps of various American states and territories. These maps are by Jedidiah Morse, one of the most influential of the early American cartographers. Some were originally drawn by other cartographers such as Osgood Carleton and J. Denison. Amos Doolittle, Benjamin Callender and Samuel Hill, the engravers, are some other of the most important names in early American printmaking. These maps are of considerable interest both because of the detailed information they provide on the United States at the end of the eighteenth century and because they are among the best examples of early American map making.


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