Archives Map collection, 19th century
Scope and Content Note
The Archives Map collection consists of printed maps of Africa, the Caribbean Islands, the World and the United States. There are approximately four hundred and thirty-five (435) items which were published between 1542 and 1987 by well known cartographers such as Sebastian Munster, Abraham Ortelius, and Williem Blaeu. Some of the maps on the surface appear to be duplicates but upon examination, are a variation of the same map but often with a different cartographer and date.
Each map in the item identification has the title, cartographer, publisher, date, and a brief description of the map. However, the information given does not include mathematic map data (scale, projection, coordinates of area covered, etc.), printer information, or physical description (dimensions in cm giving height and then width).
The maps are published in a variety of languages such as Arabic, English, French and Latin.
- 19th century
Restrictions of Access
From the Collection: 435.0 items
From the Collection: English
Part of the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History Repository
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Atlanta GA 30303