A List of Geographical Atlases in the Library of Congress: Titles 4088-5324

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1920 - Atlases

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Page 275 - Western Pilot; containing Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico ; accompanied with Directions for Navigating the same, and a Gazetteer ; or Description of the Towns on their Banks.
Page 195 - MITCHELL'S UNIVERSAL ATLAS, containing Maps of the various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics of the World, with a special Map of each of the United States, Plans of Cities, &c., comprehended in seventy-three sheets, and forming a series of one hundred and seventeen Maps, Plans, and Sections.
Page 453 - Great Britain's coasting pilot. In two parts. Being a new and exact survey of the sea-coast of England and Scotland, from the river of Thames to the westward and northward.
Page 256 - THE ATLANTIC NEPTUNE, published for the use of the Royal navy of Great Britain.
Page 278 - Home (Thomas B.) History of the Army of the Cumberland, its Organization, Campaigns, and Battles. Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas, chiefly from his Private Military Journal, and Official and other Documents, furnished by him.
Page 208 - Royal Atlas of Modern Geography. Exhibiting, in a series of entirely original and authentic maps, the present condition of geographical discovery and research in the several countries, empires, and states of the world.
Page 257 - The American pilot containing the navigation of the sea coast of North America, from the streights of Belle-Isle to Essequebo.
Page 211 - KEITH JOHNSTON'S ROYAL ATLAS OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY. Exhibiting, in a collection of entirely Original and Authentic Maps, the Present Condition of Geographical Discovery and Research in the several Countries, Empires, and States of the World.
Page 241 - A complete historical, chronological, and geographical american atlas, being a guide to the history of North and South America, and the West Indies: exhibiting an accurate account of the discovery, settlement, and progress of their various kingdoms, states, provinces, &c.
Page 409 - Six Views of the Most Important Towns and Mining Districts upon the Table Land of Mexico, drawn by Mrs. HG Ward, and engraved by Mr. Pye, with a Statistical Account of each, Lon., 1829, ob.

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