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Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America and by them established as the seat of their government, after the year 1800 / Rollinson sculp't N. York.

Image ID: 434592

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United... ([1795?])

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Image Title

:  Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America and by them established as the seat of their government, after the year 1800 / Rollinson sculp't N. York.

Creator

: Reid, John -- Cartographer

Additional Name(s)

: Rollinson, William, 1762-1842 -- Engraver

Published Date

: [1795?]

Item Physical Description

: 1 map ; 40 x 52 cm.

Notes

: "L. Wayland and C. Smith 1795" deleted from publisher's statement. Note 2.) Also covers Georgetown. Note 3.) Includes "Remarks" and coat-of-arms. Note 4.) National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Access to Early Maps of the Middle Atlantic Seaboard. Note 5.) Shows block numbers and proposed government buildings. Note 6.) Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.

Standard Reference

: Phillips. Maps of America, p.1005

Source

: Maps of North America. / Countries / United States (except New York) / States / Washington, D.C.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / The Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div. 00-341

Digital ID

: 434592

Record ID

: 253224

Digital Item Published

: 2-28-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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