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21. Africa

1876.

22. Africa, corrected from observations of Mess. of ye Royal Societies at London and Paris

1711. Price, Charles. Decorative title cartouche depicting animals. Dedication: To Owen Brigstocke of Lechdony in the County of Carmarthen. Shows boundaries, rivers, for...

23. Africa Population

1913. J.G. Bartholomew.

24. Africa Religions and Missions

1913. J.G. Bartholomew.

25. Africa, upon the globular projection

1764. Bowen, Emanuel. Relief shown pictorially. "Engraved for the General magazine of arts & sciences, for W. Owen at Temple Bar 1763." Prime meridian: London. Map was l...

26. Africa-Political

1922. J.G. Bartholomew.

28. Afrique

1885.

31. An accurate map of his R. H. the Duke of York's journey thro Italy in 1763 & 1764

1764. Gibson, John. Original version published [London]: Gentleman's Magazine, [1764?]; Scale approximately 1:2,300,000.

33. An improved edition of a map of the surveyed parts of the Territory of Michigan

1836. Farmer, John. Engraved by John Farmer. "Entered according to Act of Congress ... on the 4th day of July A.D. 1835." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. In...

34. Antwerp Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

35. Aquatorial-Afrika

1892.

36. Bangor Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

37. Bloomingdale Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

38. Carte des lacs du Canada. Dressée sur les manuscrits du depost des cartes, plans et journaux de la marine et sur le Journal du RP. de Charlevoix.

1744. Bellin, Jacques Nicolas. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Scales in lieues communes de France de 2282 toises, and grandes lieues de France de 2853 toises. Prime me...

39. Carte generale de l'Afrique

1828. Brué, Adrien Hubert. Relief indicated by hachures. Includes text. Paris meridian.Original version published Paris: Brue, 1828. Scale approximately 1:24,710,400.