Citation
A map of the new governments, of East & West Florida

Material Information

Title:
A map of the new governments, of East & West Florida
Uniform Title:
Gentleman's magazine (London, England)
Inset title:
Plan of the harbour and settlement of Pensacola
Alternate title:
Map of the new governments of East and West Florida
Creator:
Gibson, J ( John ), active 1750-1792 ( engraver )
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 map : ; 18 x 25 cm, on sheet 21.8 x 27.5 cm
Scale:
6000000
Scale approximately 1:6,000,000 ; British miles

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- East Florida ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- West Florida ( lcsh )
History -- Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Florida ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Southern States ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Pensacola Bay (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Florida ( fast )
Florida -- East Florida ( fast )
Gulf of Mexico -- Pensacola Bay ( fast )
Southern States ( fast )
United States -- West Florida ( fast )
Genre:
Early maps. ( fast )
Early works. ( fast )
History. ( fast )
Maps. ( fast )
Early maps. ( lcgft )
single map ( marcgt )
Early maps ( fast )
Early works ( fast )
History ( fast )
Maps ( fast )
Early maps ( lcgft )
Coordinates:
32 x -92.0833333333333, 23 x -92.0833333333333, 23 x -78.0833333333333, 32 x -78.0833333333333 ( Map Coverage )

Notes

Citation/Reference:
Jolly, David C. Maps in British periodicals,
Citation/Reference:
LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789,
Citation/Reference:
Cumming, W.P. Southeast in early maps,
Citation/Reference:
Lowery,
Additional Physical Form:
Print version record.
System Details:
System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software.
General Note:
Copper engraving.
General Note:
Depths shown by fathoms.
General Note:
Historical map of Florida describing the new territority of British Florida. Map depicts the provinces of East and West Florida as they emerged following the Treaty of Paris that ended the French and Indian War. Extends from New Orleans and Mississippi River east to the Bahamas, north as far as Savannah and south to Cuba. In an effort to show the Everglades, the Florida peninsula is shown as a series of islands.
General Note:
Shows political boundaries, cities, forts, canals, rivers, swamps and American Indian tribes.
General Note:
Includes inset of Pensacola harbor at scale approximately 1:420,000.
General Note:
Prime meridian: London. Geographic coordinates converted to Greenwich.
General Note:
"Gent. Mag."--Top margin.
General Note:
Lower right inside neat line --"J. Gibson, sculp."
General Note:
Date and publisher from periodical title page.
General Note:
From: Gentleman's magazine, vol. 33, November 1763, opposite page 552.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
on10043 ( NOTIS )
1004393665 ( OCLC )
035377658 ( ALEPH )
on1004393665
Classification:
G3930 1763 .G32 ( lcc )

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