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    1822-1823 Map of United States of America and Texas , 18.25" x 15.5". Engraved by J. Warr Jr. No. 110 Walnut St. Philadelphia. Scale of Miles 120 to an Inch. Full color map with northern border in rose and Mexican border in orange. While "Territory" is appended to Arkansas and Michigan on the map, it is not part of Missouri which entered the Union on August 10, 1821. In addition, under the terms of the 1821 Adams-Onis Treaty, Spain ceded East Florida to the United States. There is no Spanish Florida on the map. In addition, the treaty set the western boundary of Louisiana along the Sabine and Red rivers which separate Texas and Louisiana, then directly north along the 100th meridian to the Arkansas River which it followed westward to its source in the Rockies, then north to the 42nd north latitude: this borderline is on this map which means it was published after 1821 but, most probably before 1824 when maps published first showed cartographer John G. Melish's addition of Apaches on western maps. Interestingly, on this map, "Galvezton" [sic] is located inland. The map has been mounted on a sheet of paper for strengthening. There is paper loss and stains at some folds. Originally folded to 3" x 5". Dark browning towards the map's center which was the front & back of the map when it was folded to 3" x 5". Numerous stains. Vivid colors. Overall, good condition.

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