"A New Map of Georgia, with Part of Florida, Louisiana, and Carolina, Drawn from Original Draughts, Assisted by the Most Approved Maps and Charts. Collected by Eman: Bowen...", Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe
Subject: Southern United States, Georgia
Period: 1855 (published)
Publication: History of the Indian Tribes Vol. 5
Color: Black & White
18.5 x 11.8 inches
47 x 30 cm
Schoolcraft used a simplified version of Emanuel Bowen's important early map of colonial Georgia to highlight the Indian tribes and villages in the region. The map covers from Charlestown to the Mississippi River and extends into Florida to below St. Augustine in the vicinity of the unnamed Cape Canaveral. In addition to the updated information on the Indian villages, many roads and trading paths are depicted, and there are significant differences to the watershed east of the Flint River.
Issued folding with a few minor mis-folds, one tiny hole in the image, and light toning along the top edge of the sheet, not affecting map.