America in maps dating from 1500 to 1856

Dickason Olive Patricia. The Brazilian connection. A look at the origin of French techniques for trading with Amerindians. It is widely believed that it was in the North American fur trade that the French learned their techniques for dealing with Amerindians, a type of diplomacy in which they excelled. This Franco-Brazilian trade lasted throughout the sixteenth century, beginning much earlier and peaking sooner than the northern fur trade. While it lasted, it was France’s major commercial enterprise in the New World, as long as brazilwood was a major source for the red dye in high demand for the burgeoning textile trade. The fur trade in North America, as it evolved during the sixteenth century and into the seventeenth, was developed by the French on the one hand and the aboriginal peoples of the Northeastern forests on the other. While concomitant for part of the sixteenth century with the fur trade of the north, this Franco-Brazilian trade had started earlier and peaked much scooner. Something of the of the brazilwood trade can be gauged from the fact that the new.

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America in Maps Dating from 1500 to 1856

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This lavish volume charts the course of exploration and settlement in the Americas with maps found in major museums and libraries around the world. Reproduced with painstaking accuracy, the maps are accompanied by scholarly commentary prepared by Egon Klemp, who describes the history of each map and the discoveries that generated it. The maps are grouped by region, placed in chronological order to facilitate reference and comparison, and printed in a limited, numbered edition.

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Reproduced with painstaking accuracy, the maps are accompanied by scholarly commentary prepared by Egon Klemp, who describes the history of each map and the discoveries that generated it. The maps are grouped by region, placed in chronological order to facilitate reference and comparison, and printed in a limited, numbered edition.

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Model EUR Very good condition, approx. De L’Isle is notable as the first cartographer who incorporated the most current information on topography and exploration into his maps. Petersburg, Moscow, Novgorod, Kyiv, and as far east as Samara. Original hand drawn outline color delineating boundaries. Good to very good antique condition, with some minor spots and stains, some tears including one at the bottom of the upper sheet that goes into the map archivally repaired , and slight fading of upper sheet.

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THIS is the first major historical atlas of the United States and probably the most comprehensive work of its kind that has yet been published for any country. Its aim is to illustrate cartographically, in manageable compass, and yet with considerable detail, essential facts of geography and of history that condition and explain the development of the United States. There are, of course, no absolute criteria by which we may measure the relative importance of historical events.

Historical judgment, however, must rest on the recognition of fundamental relationships in space as well as in time, and these are often made intelligible through the medium of maps. In many respects the history of the United States reflects our European origins. In other respects our national development has been distinctive and exceptional if not unique. These two sides of American history are well represented in the Atlas.

While the maps show how world-wide forces have operated on American soil, they also lay emphasis upon what is characteristic of the United States. In Europe the foundations of national life were laid far back in the Middle Ages or earlier. America is nearer its beginnings. The chronicle of material expansion is a large part of its record. The sections of the Atlas dealing with the Natural Environment, Cartography , Explorers’ Routes, Indians, Settlement and Population, Lands, and Boundary Disputes illustrate these topics and fill more than half of the plates.

In the following table, which shows the amount of space devoted to each of the major subdivisions of the Atlas, the topics just mentioned are listed first. The text gives references to the sources of information upon which each map is based.

Expansion of the United States Map 1763 – Present