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New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, prince of Great Britain.

Image ID: 54733

New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, prince of Great Britain. ([1616])


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Image Details

Image Title

:  New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, prince of Great Britain.

Creator(s)

: Smith, John, 1580-1631 -- Cartographer
Pass, Simon van de, 1595?-1647 -- Engraver

Additional Name(s)

: Low, George, fl. 1613-1615 -- Printer Of plates
Clarke, Robert, fl. 1616 -- Publisher

Published Date

: [1616]

Depicted Date

: [1614]

Medium

: Engravings

Specific Material Type

: Maps

Item Physical Description

: 1 print (1st state) ; 30 x 35 cm.

Notes

: From John Smith, A Description of New-England, London, 1616. Note 2.) Print contains inset portrait: The portraictuer of Captayne I[J]ohn Smith / Admiral of New England. Note 3.) See also Deák 26.

Standard Reference

: Deák 019; Stokes 1614-B-9

Source

: I. N. Phelps Stokes Collection of American Historical Prints. / Individual prints, drawings, paintings and maps in the Stokes Collection.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Digital ID

: 54733

Record ID

: 118606

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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