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Maps of the West Indies
The examples shown here are maps of the West Indies held in the Maps Special Collection. Click on the thumbnail images to see a larger version of the maps. All maps are available for viewing during Special Collections business hours.
An Accurate Map of the West Indies. [S.l., s.n.: 1810?] Call Number: G 4900 1810z .A25
The author and publisher are unknown for this map. The part of the map which usually contains the names of the engraver and publisher is cut off. It is only speculation that the publication year is 1810.
Cooper, H.West Indies on Mercator's Projection.London : Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1809. Call Number: G 4900 1809 .C66
Engraved by Cooper.
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.Map of the Island of Dominica for the History of the West Indies.London : J. Stockdale, 1794. Call number: G 5100 1794 .E38
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.Map of the Island of St. Christopher’s for the History of the West Indies.London : J. Stockdale, 1794. Call Number: G 5040 1794 .E38
Notes: St. Christopher’s is now called St. Kitt's. The island of Nevis is included as an inset.
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800:Map of the Island of St. Vincent for the History of the West Indies.London : J. Stockdale, 1794. Call Number: G 5120 1794 .E36
Guthrie, William, 1708-1770. West Indies: From the Best Authorities.[London: J. Johnson, 1808]. Call Number: G 4900 1801 .G87
Engraved by J. Russell. From Guthrie’s Atlas to Guthrie’s System of Geography, 1808.
Please note: The text is blurry in the original map.
Hall, Sidney.West Indies.London : Longman, [182-?] Call Number: G 4900 1820z .H35
Salmon, Thomas, 1679-1767.West Indies.[Edinburgh, 1767]. Call Number: G 4390 1767 .S2
From Salmon’s A New Geographical and Historical Grammar. . . and the Present State of the Several Kingdoms of the World . . ., 1767.
Note : There are stains south of Cuba and around the Windward Islands. There is no text on the verso. The map was likely removed from a book.