Recent Submissions

  • Atlas Maps of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, from the Latest Official Surveys.

    Gaskell's Family & Business Atlas (1894-01-01)
    Longitude East from Washington. Numbered 43. On reverse: Maps of Boston, Mass. (p.44.); New Hampshire and Vermont (p.41). Plates 41-44 taken from Gaskell's Family & Business Atlas (Chicago, Ill.), 1894.
  • U.S. River & Harbor Improvements: In Charge of Captain W.H. Bixby, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., 1893

    United States Army Corps of Engineers; Brosig, Paul; Bixby, W.H. (1893-01-01)
    Shows all improvements and examinations made, bridges erected, and shipwrecks charted by the U.S. Army Engineers from Cape Cod, Mass. to Block Island, R.I. in 1893. Contains a list of steamboat lines operating in region.
  • City of Portland Maine.

    Cram, George Franklin (1898-01-01)
    From Cram's Universal Atlas: Geographical, Astronomical and Historical. New York: George F. Cram, 1898. Verso: Map of Boston.
  • Map of New England.

    Mitchell, S. Augustus (1867-01-01)
    From The New Primary Geography: Illustrated by Twenty Colored Maps Embellished With a Hundred Engravings. Designed as an Introduction to the Author's New Intermediate Geography. Philadelphia: E.H. Butler & Co., 1867.
  • New-England

    Goodrich, Samuel G.; Boynton, George W. (1844-01-01)
    Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich. "Entered according to act of Congress on this 9th day of March by S.G. Goodrich of Massachusetts." Taken from First Book of History for Children and Youth, rev.ed by Samuel G. Goodrich, 1844. Originally drawn in 1831.
  • New England, New York, New Jersey and Pensilvania.

    Moll, Herman (1729-01-01)
    Source: Editions of Moll's Atlas Minor, 1729-, in Thomas Salmon's Modern History, and possibly others. This is the "Post Road" map, which appeared in many editions of Moll's atlases and in the 1739 and 1744 editions of the Modern History, with many changes to the plate. "An account of ye Post of ye continent of Nth. America as they were Regulated by ye Postmasters Genl. of ye Post House." All postal stops and routes are listed on the lower right corner. McCorkle 729.2
  • Nieuw Engeland in Twee Scheeptogten door Kapitein Johan Smith inde iaren 1614 en 1615 bestevend

    Aa, Pieter van der; Smith, John (1707-01-01)
    Source: van der Aa, Naaukerige Versameling der Gedenk-Waardigste Zee en Land-Reysen, in his Cartes des itineraires & Voiages modernes, Leyden, 1707. "Uytgevoerd te Leyden door Pieter van der Aa met Privilegie." "3de Johan Smith" McCorkle, 707.2
  • Eastern or New England States

    Boynton, George W.; Mitchell, S. Augustus (1853-01-01)
    Taken from "An Easy Introduction to the Study of Geography" by S. Augustus Mitchell, 1853. Originally drawn by George Boynton, 1831.
  • Map of the New England or Eastern States: Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's School and Family Geography

    Mitchell, S. Augustus (1852-01-01)
    Relief shown by hachures. "Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1839, by S. Augustus Mitchell in the ... District Court of as Connecticut." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
  • Tunison's Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island

    Tunison, H.C. (1887-01-01)
    Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Greenwich (top) and Washington (bottom). Areas and populations of each state given at top r.h. corner. Hand colored by state. State boundaries colored in red.
  • New Hampshire & Vermont

    Tanner, Henry Schenck; Carey & Hart (1840-01-01)
    Taken from Tanner's Universal Atlas. Includes information on population. Includes canals and railroads, both existing and proposed.