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Novi Belgii Novæque Angliæ nec non partis Virginiæ tabula : multis in locis emendata (Copy 1)
- Visscher, Nicolaes, 1649-1702
- [Amsterdam? : s.n., ca. 1684]
- Relief shown pictorially. Scale: Milliaria Germanica communia. Includes latitude and longitude. Fourth state includes to the left of the view: "cum Privil. Ordin.: General: Belgii Faederati." First printed map to show the correct shape of Manhattan. Shows locations of New England and the Middle Atlantic states, known towns and American Indian settlements. Includes images of wildlife. Covers New England and Middle Atlantic region southward to Hampton Roads. A map in the Van der Donck-Jansson-Visscher series of maps of the middle colonies. Inset view: Nieuw Amsterdam op t eylant Manhattans [ca. 1650]. Includes index for inset. Inset is of New Amsterdam, looking southeast, from Governors Island. Authorship of both map and view has been attributed to Augustine Herrman. Historic Maps copies 1 and 3 are uncolored.
- Northeastern States, Middle Atlantic States, and New York
- Middle Atlantic States—Maps—Early works to 1800, New England—Maps—Early works to 1800, New York (N.Y.)—Bird's-eye views—Early works to 1800, Indians of North America—New England—18th century, Indians of North America—Middle Atlantic States—18th century, Bird's-eye views—New York (State)—New York—1684, Maps—Middle Atlantic States—1684, and Maps—New England—1684
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