"Spanish Dominions in North America", Arrowsmith & Lewis
Subject: Southern United States & Mexico
Period: 1804 (circa)
Publication: A New and Elegant General Atlas…
Color: Black & White
9.5 x 8 inches
24.1 x 20.3 cm
An uncommon map by Arrowsmith that shows an oddly shaped western coast of Mexico, names the town of Texas on the Rio Colorado or Cannes R, locates the fictional Quivira, and much more. This copper engraved map further shows numerous place names, provinces, topography, missions, towns, forts and Indian tribes. The relief is shown by hachure and the seas are fully engraved with closely placed ruled lines. A simple title cartouche floats in the lower left.
References: Wheat (TMW) #261; Phillips (A) #702-57.
Light scattered foxing and soiling with a few chips in the lower blank margin where the map was bound.