Map of Central America : including the states of Guatemala, Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua & Costa Rica ; the territories of Belise & Mosquito ; with parts of Mexico, Yucatan & New Granada ; shewing the routes between the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans, by way of Tehuantepeque, Nicaragua & Panama / edited by Trelawney Saunders F.R.G.S., from the original drawing of John Baily Esqr. R.M. of Guatemala with additions from the latest surveys of the Admiralty, S. Moro, Col. Lloyd, Garella, Codazzi, Hughes, Childs & other documents, the railway surveys in Honduras contributed by the Hon. E. G. Squier, formerly Charge d'Affaires of the United States to the Republics of Central America
A record of the various proposals for routes through Central America. One note states, "The District of Socomusco formed part of Central America until 1843 when it was taken possession of by Mexico without treaty, and under protest by Guatemala against the occupation." Guatemala is still protesting. "London, Edward Stanford, Charing Cross. 1856." Elevations of 5 different routes shown. BM Maps, 2:224. Phillips, P.L. Maps of America, p. 216 (1879 reproduction in: Great Britain. Parliament. Accounts and papers, 1881, v. 99) Prime meridian: GM. Relief: hachures. Graphic Scale: Miles. Projection: Cylindrical. Printing Process: Lithography.