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  1. Martin Waldseemüller, Universalis Cosmographia Secundum Ptholomaei Traditionem et Americi Vespucii Aliorumque Lustrationes. (Strassburg, 1507). Reproduction from Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World: Early Printed World Maps, 1472-1700.
  2. Sebastian Münster, La table des Isles neufes, lesquelles on appelle isles d’occident & d’Indie pour divers regards. (N.p., n.d.).
  3. Gerhard Mercator, Nova et Aucta Orbis Terrae Descriptio ad Usum Navigatium Emendate. Reproduction plate from Gerard Mercator’s Map of the world (1569) in the form of an atlas in the Maritiem Museum “Prins Hendrik” at Rotterdam.(Rotterdam, 1961).
  4. Abraham Ortelius, Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio. Printed in Theatrum oder schawplatz des erdbodems, warin die landttafell der gantzen weldt, mit sambt aine der selben lourtze erklarug zu sehen ist. (Antorff, 1572).
  5. Willem Jansz Blaeu, America Nova Tabula (n.p.,1617). Reproduction.
  6. The Western Hemisphere, taken from an English World Map or Atlas (n.p., Circa 1670?).
  7. William Hubbard, A Map of New England being the first that was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had, which being in some places defective, it made the other less exact; yet doth it sufficiently show the situation of the country, and conveniently well the distance of places. (n.p. 1677).
  8. Justus Danckerts, Novissima et Accuratissima Totius Americae Descriptio. (Amsterdam, 1688?).
  9. Herman Moll, A New Map of ye North parts of America claimed by France under the Names of Louisisana, Mississippi, Canada and New France, with the adjoining territories of England and Spain. (N.p., n.d.).
  10. Henry Popple, A Map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto. (London, 1733). Reproduction.
  11. Society of Anti-Gallicans, A New and Accurate Map of the English Empire in North America Representing their Rightful Claim as confirmed by Charters and the formal Surrender of their Indian Friends; Likewise the Encroachments of the French, with the several Forts they have unjustly Erected therein (London, ca. 1755).
  12. Robert de Vaugondy, Carte des parties nord et ouest de L’Amérique. (n.p., 1772).
  13. Samuel Lewis, The State of New York (n.p., 1795).
  14. John Thomson, America, engraved by George Menzies (Edinburgh, 1813).
  15. A New map of Texas, Oregon and California with the regions adjoining compiled from the most recent authorities. (Philadelphia, 1846). Reproduction.
  16. John Rapkin, United States. (London, circa 1850).
  17. Railway Map of the United States. Reproduction from John Bartholomew, Handy reference atlas of the world : With complete index and geographical statistics. (London, 1890).
  18. United States of America. In Paul Goode, Goode’s School Atlas: Physical, Political and Economic, for American Schools and Colleges. (New York, 1947).
  19. Mississipi Delta. In Nicholas M. Short, Mission to Earth: Landsat Views the World. (Washington, 1976).
  20. Endpapers for H.J. deBlij, Atlas of the United States. (New York, 2006).