Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition. A. Augustus Mitchell, J H. Young.
Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition
Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition
Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition

Mitchell's School Atlas; Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography; the 1858 Edition

Philadelphia: E.H. Butler & Company, 1858. Quarto. Item #027463

9 pages, 23 unnumbered leaves. The maps are all from 1852 plates. OCLC shows copies are found at the Newberry and the Library of Congress. It has all 32 maps (some of which are inset maps, e.g., Galveston on the Texas map (no. 13). Of particular interest, is 1. (no. 5), Map of the United States which shows New Mexico Territory which extends into what was later parts of Nevada and Colorado. The southern part of New Mexico was called Arizona but it was not until the Civil War that Arizona became a separate territory. This map was issued two years prior to the Gadsen Purchase. 2. (no. 13), the State of Texas Besides showing Texas as it was after 1850, it also both in the insert and the full size map shows the range of the Comanche as well as the Apaches. This copy belonged to a Silas Wright of Greenwood. Bound in pictorial paper covered boards, backed in black morocco, some staining to boards, small edge tears to spine, toning or occasional spots of foxing to margins. A very good copy.

Price: $225.00