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Époques de l'établissement des Européens dans les États unis R. Marys servant de Limite Méridionale aux Côtes Maritimes des Etats Unis

Époques de l'établissement des Européens dans les États unis R. Marys servant de Limite Méridionale aux Côtes Maritimes des Etats Unis

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Print shows a map of North America at the time of the American Revolution showing the extent of the original thirteen states (identified by letter and corresponding key) from the Atlantic seaboard to the Mississippi River, beyond which is the territory of "Louisiane", with Canada at the top and with Spanish held "Floride Occidentale" and "Floride Orientale" at the bottom. Also lists principal cities and the populations for each state, as well as the "Degrés de Longitude du Meridien de L'Isle der fer." Includes brief descriptive text for each state.
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Paper has a watermark at top center.
Illus. from: Recueil d'estampes representant les differents evenemens de la guerre qui a procure l'Indépendance aux Etats unis de l'Amérique / Nicolas Ponce. Paris : Ponce et Godefroy, [1784?], [no. 14].
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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01/01/1784
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united states
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