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Date of situation: 1720.
Shows: Route of Thomas Nairne's slave-hunting expedition among the southern Indian tribes ca.1702.
Relief shown pictorially and by hachures.
Based on: "... ye original draughts of Mr. Blackmore, the ingenious Mr. Berisford...Capt. Nairn, and others... the Southwest part of Louisiana is done after a French map published at Paris in 1718."
Prime meridian: London.
Insets: "The Harbour of Annapolis Royal ; A map of ye mouth of Mississippi and Mobile Rivers &c."
Illustration upper left: cartouche depicting the Indian Fort Sasquesahanok.
Dedication above title: "To Thomas Bromsall Esq. This map of Louisiana, Mississippi, &c. is most humbly dedicated by H. Moll, geographer."
"NB. The French map mentioned in the title is done by Mons'r Delisle and published by him...."
Library copy encapsulated.
Map scanned as TIFF file then converted to Zoomify JPEG, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, 2009.
Mode of access: Internet browser.