"A New Map of Mississippi with Its Roads & Distances", Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co.
Period: 1850 (dated)
Publication: A New Universal Atlas...
Color: Hand Color
11.6 x 14 inches
29.5 x 35.6 cm
An attractive 19th century map of pre-Civil War Mississippi with good detail of the numerous towns and villages, roads, and rivers. Two railroads are identified in red and connect Jackson and Port Gibson to the Mississippi River. Distances are noted between cities along main roads. A table at left gives the steamboat routes between Natchez and New Orleans, and Natchez to Pittsburg. The map is surrounded by a decorative, scroll border.
Original color with light toning confined to the sheet edges.