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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

Maryland


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379. Map of the State of Maryland Laid down from an actual Survey

     of all the principal Waters, public Roads, and Division of

     Counties therein; describing the Situation of the Cities,

     Towns, Villages, Houses of Worship and other public

     Buildings, Furnaces, Forges, Mills, and other remarkable

     Places; and of the Federal Territory as also a Sketch of the

     State of Delaware; shewing the probable connexion of the

     Chesapeake and Delaware Bays, By Dennis Griffith. June 20th,

     1794. Engraved by J. Thackara & J. Vallance, Philadelphia.

     Published June 6th, 1795, by J. Vallance, Engraver.

     1 inch to 5 miles. 2 sections, each 31 x 27. Published. Also

shows physical features. Inset map of Washington, D.C., at a

scale of 1 inch to 3,300 feet. Filed as RG 77: US 103.

380. [Map of] Maryland and Delaware. [ca. 1840.]

     1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 12 x 15. Published.

Counties, cities and towns, railroads, canals, and physical

features. State shaded green. Profiles of Baltimore and Ohio

Railroad from Harpers Ferry to Baltimore and the Chesapeake and

Ohio Canal from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. Inset map of

Washington, D.C., at a scale of 1 inch to 3 miles. Filed as Ref.

Coll.: Maryland, 1840.

381. A Map of the State of Maryland [and parts of adjoining

     States]. Constructed from the best authorities By Fielding

     Lucas Jr., Baltimore. Engraved by John Wart, Philadelphia.

     Published by F. Lucas Jr. [1841.]

     1 inch to 6 miles. 2 sections, each 35.5 x 26. Published.

Counties (in color), towns, roads, railroads, and physical

features. Table lists 1840 census figures for individual counties

and Baltimore, Frederick, and Annapolis. (This map in black and

white is filed as drawer 135, sheet 3, in RG 77.) Filed as RG 77:

US 39.

382. Herrick's Map of Maryland and District of Columbia, From

     Original, The U.S. Coast, and Other Reliable Surveys, By S.

     W. Herrick, Civil Engineer. Published By Jennings, Herrick,

     & Dearborn, Baltimore, 1859.

     1 inch to ca. 6 miles. 32.5 x 47. Published. Counties (in

color), towns, roads, railroads, and canals. Inset map of

Washington, D.C., at a scale of 1 inch to ca. 1.25 miles and

Baltimore at a scale of 1 inch to ca. 1 mile. Several paragraphs

contain historical and statistical information about Maryland.

Filed as RG 77: F 56.

383. McJilton's Outline Map of Maryland and Delaware, 1866.

     Lithographed & Published by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore.

     Large scale. 4 sections, each 23 x 37. Annotated published.

Counties are shown in color but are not identified. "Geological

Signs" indicate rock types and other geological information.

Routes of railroads, canals, and National Road are shown. Towns

are represented by dots, but names are not shown. Filed as RG 75:

Central Map File, 533.

384. Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia, By Frank

     A. Gray. . . . Copyright, 1875, by O. W. Gray.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 18 x 31. Published. Counties, cities,

and towns, districts (Md.), hundreds (Del.), sites and dates of

important battles, physical features, and canals. Inset maps of

Dover and Wilmington, Delaware, and Annapolis and Annapolis

Harbor, Maryland. Blank space in lower left portion of map

apparently intended for inset map of Washington, D.C. Filed as RG

77: US 373-57.

385. Post Route Map of the States of Maryland and Delaware and of

     the District of Columbia, showing post offices with the

     intermediate distances on mail routes in operation on the

     1st of December, 1908.

     1 inch to 5 miles. 2 sections, each 34 x 25.5. Published.

Frequency and types of mail service, discontinued post offices,

counties, towns, railroads, physical features, and adjoining

States. Post routes in color to show frequency of service. Inset

maps of "District of Columbia and Vicinity" and "Baltimore City

and Vicinity" at a scale of 1 inch to ca. l  miles. Filed as RG

28: State Maps, Maryland, 1908.

386. Post Route Map of the States of Maryland and Delaware and of

     the District of Columbia, showing post offices with the

     intermediate distances on mail routes in operation on the

     lst of June, 1910.

     1 inch to 5 miles. 2 sections, each 34.5 x 25.5. Published.

Frequency and types of mail service, discontinued post offices,

counties, towns, railroads, physical features, and parts of

adjoining States. Post routes in color to show frequency of

service. Inset maps of District of Columbia and Baltimore and    

vicinity at a scale of 1 inch to ca. 1  miles. Filed as RG 28:

State Maps, Maryland, 1910.

387. [Map of Maryland and Delaware issued by the U.S. Geological

     Survey in 1916 and reprinted in 1920.]

     1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 12 x 19. Published. County names and

boundaries, towns and cities, steam and electric railroad lines,

and drainage features. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps,

Maryland, 1920.

See also entries 741-745 in Pennsylvania 

and 809-811 in Virginia.

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