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This map shows the east coast of America from Chesapeake Bay to south of Cape "Francois".
Original can be viewed in the presence o
f an early cartographic archivist.
603 Item no. assigned by LAC 603
Credit the Library and Archives Canada..
Illustrated with sailing ships and coats of arms.
Includes a decorative cartouche showing six natives; 9.6 x 21.0. Also a cartouche surrounding the scale and ships sailing the "Mer Des Nort".
On verso: 2 pages of Text entitled "Floride" with p.10 in upper right corner. Signature "Amerique K".
From: Appendice de la I & II Parties du Theatre du Monde.
This map became somewhat of a "mother" map because of its accuracy. Jansoon in 1641 copied it almost exactly. The N.M.C. holds 3 copies of this map. One is on page 193 of Vol. II of Blaeu's 1650 edition of: Le Theatre du Monde. Another copy is located in Vol. II of the 1645 edition of the atlas.
Releif shown pictorially.
Cartographic math note
Citation / reference note
Cumming: "The Southeast in Early Maps", no. 41.
Goss, "The Mapping of North America: three centuries of map-making 1500-1860", Entry 31
Availability of other formats note
1. Florida - Maps - Early works to 1800.
2. Virginia - Maps - Early works to 1800.
3. Georgia - Maps - Early works to 1800.
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