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America Septentrionalis a Domino d'Anville in Galliis edita nunc in Anglia coloniis in interiorem Virginiam deductis nec non Fluvii Ohio cursu aucta notis[que] geographicis et historicis illustrata
- Homann Erben (Firm)
- Noribergæ : Homannianorum Heredum, 1756.
Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro and London. Place names and descriptive notes in English. Differs from other copies in coloration and boundaries. Georgia's boundary extends from St. John's River up "Alatamaha" River, along the lowest tributary shown, northward just to the west of "Cahuita," eastward just to the north of "Keeowee," and along the "Savana" River to the sea. Includes German text relating to English and French territorial claims.
- North America
- North America—Maps—Early works to 1800 and Maps—North America—1756
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