These maps accompanied the Barry letters in Manuscript 4350-a.Some are Indian maps, or copies of Indian maps. Some of them are connected with Lewis and Clark is a map by William Clark of "tracks across the western portion of the United States."
Caption, if any, or brief description: USNM Item Number 1 Route from Amakdjuak to Sessikdjuak ?; USNM Item Number 2 Hudson Strasse und Frobisher Bay von Nijuipa ?; USNM Item Number 3 Kuste der Hudson Strasse von King's Cape bis North Bluff; USNM Item Number 4 Unidentified map; USNM Item Number 5 Unidentified map; USNM Item Number 6 Number 6 not fou...
The map includes pictorial representations of various tourist attractions--mountains, rivers, waterfalls, castles, temples, hot springs, and so forth--identified with labels. The map is partially annotated with English or romanized labels apparently added by the collector.
Insets include Korea and Manchuria, Sakhalin, Hokkaido and Kurile Islands, South Seas Mandated Islands; Tokyo, Yokohama and environs; Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe and their environs; and the Seven Islands of Izu (Isu Sichito). Included are railways, airways, steamer lines, submarine cables, light houses, wireless stations, hotsprings, and fortified zones.
This collection comprises road maps of the Unites States and Mexico spanning from the 1935 until 1996.
"Klamath Expedition, California, Sketch maps: Sandsburyʹs Map." Map of Klamath and Trinity River area, apparently traced by Gibbs from published source, with some trails and distances added. Pencil and ink sketch. 1 page 10 in. x 15 1/2 in.
The Historic Maps of Africa collection includes 78 maps and dates from circa 1631 to 1973. Geographic content of individual maps varies from topographical information, boundaries of colonial territories, and ethnic groups, among other topics. While several depict the continent of Africa in its entirety, many focus on specific countries and geographic regions. There are a particularly large number of maps depicting the West African Coast.
Pictographic map of the Caribbean coastline of Panama with Kuna place-names and various drawings of persons and events. 7 drawings on 12" by 9" manila paper sewn onto map. The name "EQUAEGEPIPI" is lettered in two places on the map. The map is rolled-up and in brittle condition.