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Maps
Elliott, G. W. Map of the United States, Showing by Colors the Area of Freedom and Slavery,
and the Territories Whose Destiny Is Yet to be Decided, Exhibiting Also the Missouri Com-
promise Line, and the Routes of Colonel Fremont in His Famous Explorations. New York:
G. W. Elliott, 1856.
Johnson, Alvin J., and D. Griffing Johnson. A New Map of the Union, with the Adja-
cent Islands & Countries, from Authentic Sources. New York: D. Griffing and Alvin J.
Johnson, 1857.
Johnson, D. Griffing. Johnson’s New Illustrated & Embellished County Map of the Republics
of North America with the Adjacent Islands & Countries, Compiled Drawn & Engraved from
U. States Land & Coast Surveys, British Admiralty & Other Reliable Sources. Designed by
Alvin J. Johnson and engraved by D. Griffing Johnson, J. H. Goldthwait, W. S.
Barnard, Wm. Wright, G. Rae Smith, F. H. King, James Duthie, and J. L. White.
New York: D. Griffing and Alvin J. Johnson, 1859.
Lewis, John C. Lewis’ Free Soil, Slavery, and Territorial Map of the United States. New York:
John Lewis, 1848.
Reynolds, William C. Reynolds’s Political Map of the United States. New York: Wm. C.
Reynolds and J. C. Jones, 1856.
Thayer, B. W., and Joseph H. Colton. Colton’s Map of the United States of America, the
British Provinces, Mexico, the West Indies and Central America. New York: Thayer and
Colton, 1859.
Williams, Wellington. A New Map of the United States upon which Are Delineated the Vast
Works of International Communication, Routes across the Continent, &c. showing Canada
and the Island of Cuba. Philadelphia: Lippincott and Grambo, 1851.
Williams, Wellington. The Traveler’s and Tourist’s Guide through the United States of Amer-
ica, Canada, Etc. Containing the Routes of Travel by Steamboat, Stage and Canal; Together
with Descriptions of, and Routes to, the Principal Places of Fashionable and Healthful Re-
sort; with Other Valuable Information. Accompanied by an Entirely New and Authentic
Map of the United States, Including California, Oregon, Etc., and a Map of the Island of
Cuba. Philadelphia: Lippincott and Grambo, 1851.
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