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41. Carte nouvelle de l'Amerique angloise: Contenant la Virginie, Mary-Land, Caroline, Pennsylvania, Nouvelle Iorck, N. Iarsey, N. France, et les terres nouvellement decouerte dresse sur les relations les plus nouvelles

1721. Sanson, Nicolas. Relief shown pictorially. Author attribution based on LC's cataloging of earlier variant of same title, and Cumming 129, published "chez Pierre Mor...

42. Carte pour servir a l'Histoire philosophique et politique des établissemens et du commerce des européens dans les deux Indes. dressée par M. Bonne, mtre. de mathematiques

1780. Bonne, Rigobert. Relief shown pictorially. Cartouche in upper right. Outside neat line in upper right: "Tome I." Includes inset map of southern India and Ceylon: "S...

43. Charte von Nieder Guinea und den angrenzenden laeendern Sud Afrika's. Nach den neuesten und besten hulssmitteln

1801. Reinecke, J. C. M.(Johann Christoph Matthias). Relief shown by hachures. Covers central Africa from Angola in the south to Mozambique, Zambia, and Congo in the north. In right margin: "An dieses...

44. Columbia Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

45. County of Montmorency Town 29 Range 1 East :[Michigan].

1874. Lands shaded belong to the government.: Original version published Detroit : Richmond, Backus & Co., [1874?]; Scale approximately 1:32,000.

46. Covert Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

47. Decatur Township

1906. Orton, M. K.

48. Etats-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale avec les isles Royale, de Terre Neuve, de St. Jean, l'Acadie & c.

1785. Delamarche, Charles François,1740-1817. Printed from same plate as Delamarche imprint but with change of publisher and addition below title of: Supplément à l'atlas de M. Robert de Vaugon...

49. Exhibit "B" :[map showing the location of public schools attended by Japanese children in San Francisco, California, prior to an October 11, 1906, order by the San Francisco Board of Education, which transferred Japanese pupils to a single "Oriental School" in the burned area of the city].

1906. United States Senate.Committee on Foreign Relations. Map detached from "Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the final report of Secretary Metcalf on the situation affecting t...