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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

North Carolina


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619. Map of the Province of North Carolina By Edward Moseley,

     late Surveyor General of the said Province, 1733.

     1 inch to ca. 5 miles. 2 sections, each 44 x 28. Manuscript.

Towns, Indian villages, ferries, roads, chapels, drainage

features, and names of some residents. Inset map of "Port

Brunswick or Cape Fear Harbour," "Port Beaufort or Topsail

Inlet," and "Ocacock Inlet." Noted on map, "Engineer Department

Topographical Office, September 5, 1822. Copy, T Roberdrau,

Major, T. Engineers." Filed as RG 77: H 47 (SF).

620. An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina With Their

     Indian Frontiers, Shewing in a different manner all the

     Mountains, Rivers, Swamps, Marshes, Bays, Creeks, Harbours,

     Sandbanks and Soundings on the Coasts; with the Roads and

     Indian Paths; as well as the Boundary of Provincial Lines,

     the Several Townships and other divisions of the Land in

     Both the Provinces; the whole from Actual Surveys By Henry

     Mouzon and Others. Published by Laurie & Whittle . . . 12th

     May, 1794.

     1 inch to ca. 8 miles. 2 sections, 40 x 28.5 and 40 x 27.

(Copy in file, 4 sections, each 18 x 27.) Published. Provinces

shown in color. Also shows forts. Inset maps of "The Harbour of

Port Royal," at a scale of 1 inch to 3 miles and "The Bar and

Harbour of Charlestown," at a scale of 1 inch to a little more

than 1 mile. Also shows part of Georgia. Filed as RG 77: US 11.

621. To David Stone and Peter Brown, Esqrs., This First Actual

     Survey of the State of North Carolina, Taken by the

     Subscribers, is respectfully dedicated By their humble

     Servants Jona. Price, John Strother. 1808. Engraved by W.

     Harrison, Philadelphia.

     1 inch to ca. 8 miles. 2 sections, each 29.5 x 30. Annotated

published. Counties (in color), towns, roads, churches, iron

works, physical features, and names of some residents. Filed as

RG 77: US 16.

622. Map of North & South Carolina by H.S. Tanner. . . .

     Published by H. S. Tanner, Philadelphia. [1823]

     1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 24 x 31. Annotated published.

Counties (in color), towns, roads, and physical features. Names

of some towns are underlined in red, without explanation.

"American Atlas" is printed at the top of the map. Filed as RG

77: US 166.

623. Map of the States of North & South Carolina. London.

     Published June 1, by I. T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall. [ca.

     1830.] Engraved & Printed by Fenner Sears & Co.

     1 inch to ca. 40 miles. 11.5 x 17. Published. Counties,

towns, roads, and physical features. Inset "Plan of Charleston"

at a scale of   inch to 2000 feet. Filed as Ref. Coll.: North

Carolina, 1830.

624. [Map of] Nth. Carolina. Drawn & Published by F. Lucas Jr.,

     Baltimore. [ca. 1835.]

     1 inch to 28 miles 12 x 19.5 . Published. Counties (in

color), towns, roads, and physical features. Filed as Ref. Coll.:

North Carolina, 1835.

625. Map of North and South Carolina Exhibiting the Post Offices,

     Post Roads, Canals, Rail Roads, &c. By David H. Burr (Late

     Topographer to the Post Office). . . . Entered according to

     the Act of Congress, July 10th, 1839.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 4 sections, each 19.5 x 25.5. Published.

Also shows counties (in color), mileages between post offices,

lighthouses, forts, physical features, and parts of adjoining

States. Filed as RG 28: Burr Atlas, 6.

626. [Map of] North Carolina . . . Entered according to Act of

     Congress in the year 1843, by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel

     Breese in the Clerks Office of the Southern District of New

     York.

     1 inch to ca. 32 miles. 14 x 18. Published. Counties, towns,

roads, railroads, canals, and physical features. State is shaded

yellow. Filed as Ref. Coll.: North Carolina, 1843.

627. [Map of] North Carolina & South Carolina. U.S. Coast Survey,

     A. D. Bache, Supdt., 1865. . . . Drawn by A. Lindenkohl. . .

     . Chas. G. Krebs, Lith.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 28 x 38. Published. Map includes all of

North and South Carolina except the far extremities. Part of

Georgia also included. Railroad lines in red. Shows towns, roads,

and physical features. Filed as RG 23: Special Civil War Maps.

628. Map of North Carolina, By W. C. Kerr, State Geologist;

     Assisted by Capt. Wm. Cain, C. E. Published under the

     authority of the State Board of Agriculture. 1882. . . .

     Embodying the surveys made by the State from 1820 to date,

     of swamplands, railroads, rivers, canals, and turnpikes.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 2 sections, 26 x 27 and 27 x 28.

Published. Counties (shown in color) and towns. Tables list

railroads, population figures for major towns, and general

information about the State. Filed as Ref. Coll.: North Carolina,

1882.

629. Post Route Map of the States of North Carolina and South

     Carolina with adjacent parts of Georgia, Tennessee,

     Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia, showing post offices

     with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation

     on the 1st of December, 1885. Published . . . under the

     direction of W. L. Nicholson, Topographer, P.O. Dept. . . .

     Engraved by D. McClelland. [Corrected to Feb. 1, 1886.]

     1 inch to 8 miles. 4 sections, each 28.5 x 34.5. Published.

Frequency and types of mail service, mileages between post

offices, discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads,

and physical features. Post routes in color to show frequency of

service. Inset map of "Western Part of North Carolina." Scale not

indicated. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 16.

630. Post Route Map of the States of North Carolina and South

     Carolina with adjacent parts of Georgia, Tennessee,

     Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia showing post offices

     with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation

     on the 1st of February, 1887. Published . . . under the

     direction of W. L. Nicholson, Topographer, P.O. Dept. . . . 

     Engraved by D. McCelland.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 4 sections, each 28.5 x 34.5. Published.

Frequency and types of mail service, mileages between post

offices, discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads,

and physical features. Post routes in color to show frequency of

service. Inset map of "Western Part of North Carolina." Scale not

indicated. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 21.

631. Post Route Map of the State of North Carolina showing post

     offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes in

     operation on the 1st of January, 1917.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 35 x 26. Published.

Frequency and types of mail service, discontinued post offices,

counties, towns, railroads, physical features, and parts of

adjoining States. Inset map of western North Carolina. No scale

indicated. Inset of Ashe and Watauga counties and parts of

adjacent counties. Scale 1 inch to 5 miles. Filed as RG 28: State

Maps, North Carolina, 1917.

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