1856 Colton Atlas Original Antique Maps

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Connecticut
CAA43 $115
New York
CAA44 $125
Baltimore
CAA45 $85
Washington D.C., Georgetown
CAA46 $115
Pennsylvania
CAA47 $115
Massachusetts and Rhode Island
CAA48 $115
Virginia
CAA49 $115
Delaware and Maryland
CAA50 $110
Louisiana
CAA51 $95
North Carolina
CAA52 $85
Savannah, Charleston
CAA53 $85
South Carolina
CAA54 $95
Florida
CAA55 $135
Texas, inset plans for Galveston Bay and Sabine Lake, trails into Mexico
CAA56
SOLD
Arkansas
CAA57 $85
Kentucky and Tennessee
CAA58 $95
Ohio
CAA59 $95
Michigan, Lake Superior
CAA60 $95
Missouri
CAA61 $85
Iowa
CAA62 $85
Wisconsin
CAA67 $75
Illinois
CAA68 $85
Michigan
CAA69 $85
Indiana
CAA70 $85
Louisville, New Orleans
CAA71 $65
Mississippi
CAA72 $75
Alabama
CAA73 $75
Georgia
CAA74 $75
Maine
CAA75 $85
New Hampshire
CAA76 $85
California, with inset of San Francisco
CAA77 $125
Vermont
CAA78 $85
New Jersey
CAA79 $85
Philadelphia
CAA80 $65
Boston
CAA81 $85
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati
CAA82 $65
St. Louis, Chicago
CAA83 $65
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1856 Colton Atlas Original Antique Maps

Joseph Hutchins Colton was a prominent American mapmaker from 1831 to 1890. Born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, he later moved to New York to found the J.H. Colton Company. He employed all the prominent cartographers of the day, and used quality papers and steel plates to produce a highly decorative line of maps, often hand colored.

We are pleased to offer original hand colored maps from Colton's important 1856 "Atlas of the World", covering both America and the rest of the world. Included are a Texas map with two inset plans for Galveston Bay and Sabine Lake showing roads and trails going into Mexico; Nebraska and Kanzas with an extra large Nebraska (no Montana and portions of Washington, Oregon, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin); a map for the Territories of New Mexico and Utah showing Fremont's 1844-45 routes; California with an inset of San Francisco and shows Atlantic and Pacific R.R. lines; Washington and Oregon Territories with extended land mass. Maps published by J.H. Colton can be found in Library of Congress, state collections, and university & museum collections.


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