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Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississipi
Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississipi
TitleMap of Louisiana and of the River Mississipi
Date1718
DescriptionFacsimile edition of an early map of the Mississippi River Valley, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. Includes Indian tribe locations, explorers' routes, towns, rivers, pictorial indications of mountains and settlements, as well as written commentary.
Dimensions17 x 20 in.
NotesAppears in A New General Atlas of the World, John Senex, 1721. From an original in the map collection of Roy Wenzlick. Photographic negative available, N1545-412.
CreatorJohn Senex
Call NumberSC117, Series 3-12: U.S. & States #37
Local SubjectNative Americans
Mississippi River
Louisiana Territory
Native Americans
Digital FormatTIFF
Barcode30000032
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID162751
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1235
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