Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories
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192. [Map of] Georgia, from the latest Authorities. Engraved for Carey's American Edition of Guthrie's Geography [ca. 1796]. 1 inch to ca. 52 miles. 12 x 19. Manuscript. Includes present States of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. Shows towns, Indian villages, roads, and trails. Also shows general locations of Indian tribes. Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 1372. 193. Map of the State of Georgia, Prepared from actual Surveys and other Documents, for Eleazer Early, By Daniel Sturges. Published & Sold By Eleazer Early, Savannah, Georgia . . . Engraved by Saml. Harrison, 1818. 1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 46 x 28½. Towns, roads, military posts, Indian villages. Existing counties and Indian boundaries are shown in color. Tables list post offices, statistics relating to the individual counties, and geological information. (A similar map is filed in RG 77, as US 26.) Filed as Ref. Coll.: Georgia, 1818 (SF). 194. [Map of] Georgia. 1818 (Date added in pencil in lower margin). 1 inch to 50 miles. 10½ x 8½. Published. Towns, Indian villages, roads, and physical features. "23" and "#4 S.D.C." appear in the upper right comer. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Georgia, 1818 (SF). 195. Map of Georgia and Alabama By H. S. Tanner, 1827. 1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 22½ x 28½. Annotated published. Towns, roads, township and range numbers, and physical features. Annotated apparently to show land offices and land districts in Alabama. Part of Georgia along the boundary with Alabama is omitted. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File, Alabama 6. 196. Map of Georgia & Alabama Exhibiting the Post Offices, Post Roads, Canals, Raft Roads, &c. By David H. Burr (Late Topographer to the Post Office). . . . Entered according to the Act of Congress, July 10th, 1839. 1 inch to 10 miles. 4 sections, each 19 x 25½. Published. Also shows counties (in color), mileages between post offices, township and range numbers, forts, physical features, and parts of adjoining States. Filed as RG 28: Burr Atlas, 7. 197. [Map of] Georgia. Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1842, by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breese in the Clerks office of the Southern District of New York. 1 inch to ca. 25 miles. 17½ x 13½. Published. Towns, counties, canals, railroads, physical features. State is shaded green. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Georgia, 1842. 198. [Map of] Georgia's Improvt[s]. Prepared by A. H. Brisbane, Engineer . . . for Hon. J. C. Spencer, Secretary of War. [1842.] 1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 22½ x 29½. Manuscript. Includes Alabama. Sketch map showing some settlements, several railroad lines, and remarks on crops and land characteristics. Additional lines added in red. Also added are "points of supply," "circle of defence," and "Health circle of cantonment for south-eastern troops." Note added in red ink to title block states that the map accompanied "letter of A. H. Brisbane of April 8, 1842, in case in room 16." Filed as RG 77: US 374-55. 199. Map of the State of Georgia, Compiled Under the Direction of His Excellency George W. Crawford, By Wm. G. Bonner, Civil Engineer. Milledgeville. Published by Wm. G. Bonner. 1848. 1 inch to 7 miles. 4 sections, each 30½ x 27. Counties (color), towns, railroads, roads, colleges, and factories. Inset maps of the cities of Augusta, Columbus, Macon, and Savannah. Tables Show population (1845) figures for all counties for whites and blacks, and a list of governors to 1847. Marginal illustrations show some public buildings and colleges. Filed as RG 77: US 140-2. 200. Map of the State of Georgia. Compiled By James R. Butts, Late Surveyor General. Macon, 1859. Printed, Colored, and Mounted By R. L. Barnes, Philadelphia. 1 inch to 7 miles. 4 sections, each 32½ x 27. Counties, roads, towns, railroads, factories, colleges. List of governors and dates of their terms of office to 1857. Illustrations in margins show various public buildings, educational institutions, and scenic points. Filed as RG 77: N 28. 201. Map of Georgia & Alabama Representing Railways, Post-Roads, Population, And Agricultural Productions. Prepared at the Census Office. Under direction of Jos. C. G. Kennedy . . . [Annotated ca. 1861 to show population and agricultural figures.] 1 inch to 10 miles. 2 sections, each 39 x 26. Annotated published. Counties in Georgia and Alabama in color. Includes small portions of adjoining States. Population and agricultural production information is shown for each county. Population figures show number of "Whites, Free Colored, Slaves, [and] Military Males btwn 18 and 45 yrs of age." Agricultural figures show amount of production of grains, cotton, and livestock. This map appears to be a post route map annotated to show the above information. Filed as RG 77: US 266. 202. Post Route Map of Georgia and Outline Map of South Carolina with adjacent parts of North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida; Showing post offices with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of April, 1894. 1 inch to 10 miles. 2 sections, each 43½ x 29. Published. Frequency and types of mail service, mileages between post offices, discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads, and physical features. Post routes in color to show frequency of service. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 27. 203. Post Route Map of the State of Georgia showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes in operation on the lst of January, 1917. 1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 22½ x 36½. Published. Frequency and types of mail service, discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads, physical features, and parts of adjoining States. Inset map of "Atlanta and Vicinity." 1 inch to 3 miles. Filed as RG 28: State Maps, Georgia 1917. 204. [Map of Georgia issued by the U.S. Geological Survey in 1916 and reprinted in 1920.] 1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 23 x 19½. Published. County names and boundaries, towns and cities, steam and electric railroad lines, and drainage features. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps, Georgia, 1920. See also entry 4 in Alabama.Please note: This web version may differ from other versions.