"United States General Map", Chapman & Hall
Subject: Eastern United States
Period: 1848 (dated)
Publication: Sharpe's Corresponding Maps
Color: Hand Color
16.9 x 13.1 inches
42.9 x 33.3 cm
Map of the United States extending to the Rocky Mountains. Texas is shown in its stovepipe configuration with Western Territory directly above it in present-day Oklahoma. A huge Nebraska Territory occupies the region from the Rockies to the Missouri River, with a Dacota Iowa Territory taking up the region between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers. The map is filled with details including towns and cities, forts, rivers and topography by hachure.
Original outline color with light toning along sheet edges.