Citation
Official map of Cuba

Material Information

Title:
Official map of Cuba
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 map : color ; 33 x 51.5 cm
Scale:
2250000
Scale 1:2,250,000

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Cuba -- 19th century -- Maps
Florida -- 19th century -- Maps
Havana (Cuba) -- Maps
Genre:
Maps
single map ( marcgt )
Maps
Spatial Coverage:
Cuba
Havana (Cuba); Florida
Florida
Coordinates:
26.0333333333333 x -85.1666666666667, 19.65 x -85.1666666666667, 19.65 x -73.95, 26.0333333333333 x -73.95 ( Map Coverage )

Notes

General Note:
On the bottom left corner of the map: "This war map of Cuba and the world has been specially prepared by us, and is given free to every subscriber for Our Great War Book and History of Cuba, by Trumbull White", "The Cuban Revolutionary Government. President: Bartolomé Masso, Vice President: Domingo Méndez Capote", Inset: City of Habana.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Miami Library: Cuban Heritage Collection
Rights Management:
This material is in the public domain in the United States. For additional information, please visit: http://merrick.library.miami.edu/digitalprojects/copyright.html

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