Map of part of North America from Cape Charles to the Mouth of the River Mississipi

1721 Barnwell Map of Southeast America

Captain John Barnwell, otherwise known as Tuscarora Jack, was a well known frontier settler who was active in the 1711 Tuscarora War. His travels throughout the Southeast enabled him to draw a relatively accurate map of the area of his travels and exploration, some from second hand information, but most from first hand. For researchers of the Southeast this map is critical, and never before seen online in such a large form as to be able to read the hand writing and personal descriptions and historical details as outlined by Barnwell. In order to view this map in a form that made it legible you had to travel to one of the two locations the actual versions exist.



Sauthier’s 1779 Map of New York

Sauthier’s map of New York summarizes much of the British military mapping done in the years preceding the revolution. Sautier himself typifies the multi-cultural staff of the British corps of engineers. Born in Strasbourg, Sautier practiced surveying in his native Alsace. He was eventually employed by Governor Tyron in 1776, and appointed surveyor for the



Map of Zwaanendael

Vinckeboons Map of Delaware-Bay

Nautical chart of Zwaanendael (“Swanendael”) and Godyn’s Bay in New Netherland. Zwaanendael was a patroonship founded by Samuel Godyn, a director of the Dutch West India Company, in 1629. Godyn made his land claim to the West India Company under jurisdiction of the Charter of Freedoms and Exemptions. After a short time, the initial 32



Linguistic Families of American Indians North of Mexico

Swanton’s The Indian Tribes of North America is a classic example of early 20th Century Native American ethnological research. Published in 1953 in Bulletin 145 of the Bureau of American Ethnology, this manuscript covers all known Indian tribes broken down by location (state). AccessGenealogy’s online presentation provides state pages by which the user is then either provided a brief history of the tribe, or is referred to a more in-depth ethnological representation of the tribe and it’s place in history. This ethnology usually contains the various names by which the tribe was known, general locations of the tribe, village names, brief history, population statistics for the tribe, and then connections in which the tribe is noted.



1910 Census Maps of the United States

1910 United States Map

  Territories of the United States, by Acquisition Maps by State 1910 Alabama Census Map 1910 Alaska Census Map 1910 Arizona Census Map 1910 Arkansas Census Map 1910 California Census Map 1910 Colorado Census Map 1910 Connecticut Census Map 1910 Delaware and Maryland Census Map 1910 Florida Census Map 1910 Georgia Census Map 1910 Hawaii



Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910

Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910

Map of the Production of Tobacco, per square mile, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, Improved land, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Products, by State, 1910



Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910

Map of the Value of Farm Land, Per Acre, by State, 1910



Map of Proportion of Improved Land, 1910

Map of Proportion of Improved Land, 1910

Map of Proportion of Improved Land, 1910



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