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Title
New Map of the World, with Captain Cook's Tracks, his Discoveries and those of the other Circumnavigators
Contributor
Laurie, Robert, 1755-1836, publisher
Whittle, James, publisher
Kashnor, Leon, 1880-1955, seller
Museum Book Store
Date Created and/or Issued
1812
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Maps
Rights Information
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Description
Kashnor notes, "Locates San Francisco, P. Sir Francis Drake, Port Diego, and Monterey Bay; also the Oregon River." See 105:048 for an earlier version (1794). Vancouver Island now appears and Tasmania is separated. Prime meridian: Ferro. Relief: no. Graphic Scale: No. Projection: Dual Hemisphere. Printing Process: Copper engraving. Verso Text: MS note: 271.
Type
image
Format
image/jp2
Extent
1 map : col. ; 48 x 72 cm. on sheet 54 x 75 cm.
Identifier
105:271 M
44714
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll4/id/901
Language
English
Subject
World maps--Early works to 1800
World maps--Discovery and exploration--Early works to 1800
Cook, James, 1728-1779--Voyages
Time Period
1812
Place
World
W 150°
E 150°/N 0°
S 0°
Source
Huntington Rare Book Maps
Maps, Huntington Digital Library
Provenance
Purchased en bloc by HEH from the Museum Book Store, June 7, 1927.

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