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    Brion de la Tour 1783 Map of the United States and the Mississippi River. 30.5" x 21.5" hand-colored map titled" "Carte Des Etats-Unis D'Amérique et Cours du Mississippi". Published by Brion de la Tour in Echelle, France circa 1783. It claims to be based on the boundaries established by the Treaty of Paris, finalized on September 3, 1783. The territories of the Indian tribes (Sioux, Creek, Miami, Osage Iroquois, Erie, Seneca and others) are shown. The boundaries of many of the states differ greatly than what we are accustomed to. Minor toning and chipping along the extreme edges. Narrow, vertical mounting hinge on verso, as issued. Excellent condition overall.

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    May, 2017
    13th Saturday
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