"Mexico and Guatimala", Young, James H.
Subject: United States & Mexico
Period: 1830 (circa)
Publication: Malte-Brun's A New General Atlas...
Color: Hand Color
9.7 x 8 inches
24.6 x 20.3 cm
This map covers the western United States, Mexico, and Central America. Mexico is divided into provinces with a long mountain range running like a spine through much of the country. Texas is named "Texas or New Estremadura" and the Great Basin has the notation "Plains of Senora de la Luz" below Lake Timpanogos (Great Salt Lake) and another unnamed lake. The river system is well developed and numerous places are identified, particularly along the coast. Decorated by a simple title cartouche and distance scale.
Faint scattered foxing and a stain confined to the left blank margin.