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A map of part of the continent of North America, from longitude [5°?] W. of Washington City to the Pacific and between latitude 35 and 52 North. Compiled from the information of the best informed travellers through that quarter of the globe in which the Missouri Jefferson's Lewis's & the upper part of Clark's river and the lower part of the Columbia river is partially corrected by celestial observations from the junction of the Missouri and Mississippi to the entrance of the Columbia into the Pacific Ocean ... Shewing Lewis & Clark's rout over the Rocky Mountains in 1805 on their rout to the Pacific from the United States
- Clark, William, 1770-1838
- [New Haven, Conn., Yale University Library], 1950.
Covers western North America, from Lake Michigan and Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean, including southern Canada and northern Mexico. Relief shown pictorially. "Facsimile of the original manuscript map in the William Robertson Coe Collection of Western Americana, Yale University Library."--Lower left corner of southwestern sheet. The original map was drawn in 1810. "Reproduced in Full-Tone Collotype by The Meriden Gravure Company"--Lower right corner of southeastern sheet.
- West (U.S.) and North America
- Lewis and Clark Expedition—Maps, Manuscript—Facsimiles, West (U.S.)—Maps, Manuscript—Facsimiles, North America—Maps, Manuscript—Facsimiles, Historical maps—North America, and Historical maps—West (U.S.).
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