Nieuwe kaart van de Grootbrittanische volkplantingen in Noord America (1755)

October 20, 1904
Map Collection #MC0044
Creator(s)
Mitchell, John, 1711-1768; Tirion, Isaak, 1705-1765
Physical description
0.01 Cubic Feet
Preferred Citation
Nieuwe kaart van de Grootbrittanische volkplantingen in Noord America (1755) (#MC0044), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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ECU Manuscript Collection
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Custodial History

August 31, 2010, (unprocessed) 1 item, 0.010 cubic feet; Nieuwe kaart van de Grootbrittanische volkplantingen in Noord America waar in Tevens de Fransche Bezittingen en de Landen, tusschen die beide volken in geschil staande en de wederzydsche pretensien duidelyk aangewesen worden. Getrokken uit de beste Kaarten van de Hr. Mitchell en anderen. Ter opheldering van de Hedendaagsche historie van Groot Brittanje. Te Amsterdam by Isaak Tirion (1755) [New Map of Great Britain?s Colonies in North America including the French lands & those disputed by the two peoples and the mutual claims appropriately delineated. Produced from the best maps by Mr. [John] Mitchell & others. To clarify the modern history of Great Britain. In Amsterdam by Isaak Tirion, 1755. Dutch language. 17.75" x 15.25" 1 item. 1 p. (ca. 0.010 cubic feet) 7/6/2010. Note: Prime meridian: Ferro & London. Copper engraving, laid down on heavy cardstock. Hand colored with green outline & highlighting from Georgia to Nova Scotia & French Canada. Identifies Indian tribal lands. Purchased from Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps (Inventory #24427), 8/4/2010.

Source of acquisition

Gift of Purchased from Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps (Inventory # 24427), 8/4/2010

Processing information

Encoded by Jonathan Dembo, August 31, 2010

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Related material

See related Library of Congress copy: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g3300.ar006300