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Tanner’s map of Mexico

Fine example of the groundbreaking 1846 “Third Edition” of Tanner’s map of Mexico, one of the most important American maps of the 19th-century and the most influential general map of the Mexican-American War period. This fascinating map embraces all of what was until 1848 the Republic of Mexico, which included the modern-day nation as well […]

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A classic California Gold Rush map

The Fremont-Preuss map of the region west of the Rocky Mountains, widely regarded as the most important and influential map of the American West published in the middle of the19th Century. The Map of Oregon and Upper California is without question one of the most important 19th century maps of the American West. As noted […]

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1847 Disturnell Treaty Map / Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Mejico

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West. A map with a fascinating publishing history and a vital role in one of the most momentous territorial negotiations in American history. Disturnell’s large map depicts Mexico, with wash color by state, as well as much of the United States west of the Mississippi […]

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E[phraim] Gilman, Draftsman, / P. S. Duval’s Lithy. Philada., [Untitled map of the United States.] Washington, D.C., 1848.

Fascinating map of the United States promoting President Polk’s agenda

A fascinating map of the United States prepared in late 1848 to accompany President James Polk’s final annual message to Congress.  The map was drawn on short notice by Ephraim Gilman, at the time the Principal Draftsman of the General Land Office. Gilman’s map depicts the United States as a trans-continental power, a status achieved […]

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An iconic map of the Mexican War

Rare first edition of Distrunell`s map showing the progress of the Mexican-American War, extending from Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande in the north to Mexico City and Puebla. Disturnell`s Map of the Seat of War is probably the most famous of all maps of the Mexican War. It is reputed to have been copied […]

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