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Spencer Southeastern Map Collection (MC 136)

Scope and Content

This collection consists of 17 rare maps of Georgia dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Permission to Publish

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Spencer Southeastern Map Collection (MC 136)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Donated by Kyle Spencer, September 22, 1999

Box and Item List

Box 1

Map 1: 1747, Eman, Bowen. A New Map of Georgia, with part of the Carolinas, Florida and Louisiana. Drawn from original draughts, assisted by the most approved maps and charts of the time. Collected by Eman, Bowen, Geographer to his Majesty.

Map 2: 1795, Carey, M. Georgia from the Latest Authorities. Engraved for Carey's American Edition of Guthrie's Geography.

Map 3: 1797. Bradley, Abraham, Jr. Map of the Southern Parts of the United States of America. Boston. Engraved and drawn for Morse's American Gazeteer.

Map 4: 1799, Scoles, I. Georgia from the Latest Authorities. From "Payne's Geography"

Map 5: 1804. Bradley, Abraham, Jr. Map of the Southern Part of the United States of America. Corrected by the Author.

Map 6: 1833. Tanner, Harry J. Schenk, and C. Walker. North America Sheet XII, Georgia with parts of North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida.

Map 7: 1846. Mitchell, S. Augustus. A New Map of Georgia with Roads and Distances. Published in Philadelphia by H.N. Burroughs.

Map 8: 1853. Colton, Joseph Hutchins. Georgia Pocket Map. Printed in New York.

Map 9: 1856. Colton, Joseph Hutchins. Georgia Map. Published in New York.

Map 10: 1860. Johnson, Alvin Jewett. Johnson's Georgia and Alabama. Printed in New York by Johnson and Browning.

Map 11: 1866. Harper's Weekly. Map of Georgia, May 12, 1866

Map 12: 1869. Johnson, Alvin Jewett. Johnson's Georgia and Alabama. Published A.J. Johnson, New York.

Map 13: 1872. Asher and Adams. Georgia and Alabama. Printed in Philadelphia.

Map 14: 1886. Bradley, M. and Brothers. County map of Georgia and Alabama.

Map 15: 1888. Cram, Georgia S. Railroad and County Map of Georgia. Printed in Chicago.

Map 16: 1888. Rand McNally and Co. Indexed Atlas of the World. Georgia. Printed in Chicago.

Map 17: 1898. Rand McNally and Co. Indexted Atlas of the World. Georgia. printed in Chicago.