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Date of situation: 1796-1800.
Covers: Louisiana, Mississippi Territory, East & West Florida, and Georgia, and the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.
Shows: southern boundary of the United States as surveyed by Ellicott, and plates associated with that determination.
Also shows: marshes, bluffs, forts, towns, Indian villages, rivers, lakes and islands pictorially.
Fourteen plates are designated: 1 - 8, and A - E.
Removed from: The Journal of Andrew Ellicott.-- Philadelphia : Thomas Dobson, 1803.--[Stacks B EL5ja]
Prime meridian shown on plates A - E is Philadelphia.
Scale for plates 2 - 6 is 1:126,720.
pl.1. [Verticals on which arcturus was observed in its ascent/descent] --pl.2. [Southern boundary from the Mississippi River to the north branch of Thompson's Creek]--pl.3. [Southern boundary from the northeast branch of Thompson's Creek to the Pearl River] --pl.4. [Southern boundary from the Pearl to the Mobile River] --pl.5. [Southern boundary from the Mobile to the Conecuh River] --pl.6. [Southern boundary from the Conecuh to the Chattahoochee River] --pl.7. [Lower portion of the Chattahoochee River] --pl.8. [St. Mary's River from its source in the Okefenokee Swamp] --pl.A. [Ohio River from Pittsburg to Cincinnati] --pl.B. [Ohio River from Cincinnati to the Mississippi River] --pl.C. [Mississippi River from the Ohio to the Arkansas River] --pl.D. [Mississippi River from the Arkansas River to Willing's Bayou] --pl.E. Southern Boundary of the United States [and the Mississippi River from Fort Adams to its mouth].
Plates are foldered individually.