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Lloyd's map of the Lower Mississippi River from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico.
Bowen, Bart ; Bowen, Wi...
Lloyd's map of the Lowe...
1862
Separate Map
 
Author
[Bowen, Bart, Bowen, William, Lloyd, J. T.]
Full Title
Lloyd's map of the Lower Mississippi River from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico. Compiled from government surveys in the Topographical Bureau, Washington, D.C. Revised and corrected to the present time by Captains Bart and William Bowen, pilots of twenty years' experience on that River. Exhibiting the sugar and cotton plantations, cities, towns, landings, sand bars, islands, bluffs, bayous, cut-offs, the steamboat channel, mileage, fortifications, railroads. &c. along the River. J.T. Lloyd, Publisher. 164 Broadway, New York 1862. Entered ... 1862, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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The first edition, with a slight change in title from the second edition, but no change in the map. Here, issued as a separate on heavy paper, colored. "Warranted correct, or the money refunded. Price, in sheets, colored, one dollar per copy. Pocket edition, with linen backs $2.00. Mounted on rollers and varnished, $2.50. Pocket sheet edition sent by mail on receipt of price. Mounted edition sent by express."
Lloyd's official map of the State of Virginia.
Lloyd, J. T.
Lloyd's official map of...
1862
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Lloyd's official map of the State of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the Executive 1828 & 1859. Corrected and revised by J.T. Lloyd to 1862, from surveys made by Capt. W. Angelo Powell, of the U.S. Topographical Engineers of Gen. Rosencrans' Staff. Price 25cts. ... J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway, New York ... Entered ... 1861 by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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First issued in 1861, then 1862, and last issued in 1863. Taken from Boye's map of 1828 and extensively revised. Another issue of 1862 has a strange note regarding the Burnett House (a hotel) in Cincinnati. "This is the only map used to plan campaigns in Virginia by Gen. McClellan. The brown cloth covers 19x13 (with tie remnants) are titled in gold "Lloyd's $100,000 Topographical Map of Virginia. Used by the War Department." A promotional broadside was put out early in 1861 announcing the first issue of this map and calling it "the only real good map ever made in America" (see our copy with "Lloyd's Map of the Southern States" - Newspaper format). Full color by county. Map is mounted on linen and undissected. Covers also West Virginia.
Cover: Lloyd's Virginia.
Lloyd, J. T.
Cover: Lloyd's Virginia...
1862
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
(Covers to) Lloyd's official map of the State of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the Executive 1828 & 1859. Corrected and revised by J.T. Lloyd to 1862, from surveys made by Capt. W. Angelo Powell, of the U.S. Topographical Engineers of Gen. Rosencrans' Staff. Price 25cts. ... J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway, New York ... Entered ... 1861 by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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First issued in 1861, then 1862, and last issued in 1863. Taken from Boye's map of 1828 and extensively revised. Another issue of 1862 has a strange note regarding the Burnett House (a hotel) in Cincinnati. "This is the only map used to plan campaigns in Virginia by Gen. McClellan. The brown cloth covers 19x13 (with tie remnants) are titled in gold "Lloyd's $100,000 Topographical Map of Virginia. Used by the War Department." A promotional broadside was put out early in 1861 announcing the first issue of this map and calling it "the only real good map ever made in America" (see our copy with "Lloyd's Map of the Southern States" - Newspaper format). Full color by county. Map is mounted on linen and undissected. Covers also West Virginia.
Cover: Lloyd's official map of the state of Tennessee.
Lloyd, J. T.
Cover: Lloyd's official...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
(Covers to) Lloyd's official map of the state of Tennessee. Compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York, J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 cents each, colored in sheets ... Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ... N. York.
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Pattered dark brown cloth covered boards 19 x 12 with ties.
Lloyd's official map of the state of Tennessee.
Lloyd, J. T.
Lloyd's official map of...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Lloyd's official map of the state of Tennessee. Compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York, J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 cents each, colored in sheets ... Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ... N. York. (with) Eastern part of Tennessee.
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Entered in 1862. This was a companion map to Lloyd's Official Map of the State of Kentucky (our #4786) and issued from the same plate. If fact, almost all of Kentucky is shown on this map. Stephenson shows an edition of 1862, so this is the second edition. This copy backed with linen, as issued ("with linen backs for Army Officers $1.50"). The 1862 edition had battle sites underlined in red. Full color. Map is not dissected. Folds into pattered dark brown cloth covered boards 18.5x12 with ties. Battlefields not shown on this edition. Relief shown by hachures. Covers also most of Kentucky.
Lloyd's American railroad map of the United States
Lloyd, James T.
Lloyd's American railro...
1859
Separate Map
 
Author
Lloyd, James T.
Full Title
Lloyd's American railroad map of the United States, showing the three proposed roads and the overland mail route to the Pacific 1859. Drawn and engraved by Rae Smith, 71 Nassau St. N.Y. From materials furnished to the 36th Congress, March 1859 by G.K. Warren, Lt. U.S. Top. Eng. for the passage of the Pacific Railroad Bill. Entered ... 1859, by J.T. Lloyd ... Pensylvania.
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This is a rare version of a similar 1859 map by Lloyd which showed only railroad presidents portraits in the border. This issue removes some of the portraits and substitutes advertisements, some relating to railroads. Outline hand color map, mounted on linen. Showing drainage, state boundaries, major cities, forts, finished and proposed railroads. Portraits of 12 railroad presidents are reproduced in the border, including: John Robin McDaniel, Jacob Strader, John Caldwell, J. Edgar Thompson, R. N. Rice, S. S. L'Hommedieu, J. B. Warring, S. L. Fremont, Ex-Gov. John L. Helm, Hon. John Ross, Hon. Erastus Corning, W. H. Clements. Includes advertisements, notes and illustrations of various buildings, steamboat, and wagons. Relief shown by hachures.
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky
Lloyd, J.T.
Lloyd's Official Map Of...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York, J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd... New York.
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This is the same as our other copy except that the extensive coal fields in Eastern and Western Kentucky have been manuscript colored in gray wash, carefully delineated. David Owen published maps showing the Kentucky coal fields in 1852 and 1853 and they may have been the source of the information. The Kentucky coal fields were considered a strategic asset by the North in the Civil War. Coal mining in these areas began in earnest in the 1870's with the expansion of the railroads. This copy is folded into plain dark brown cloth covers 15x10, without the Colton imprint found in our other copy. Full color by county. Relief shown by hachures.
Covers: Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky
Lloyd, J.T.
Covers: Lloyd's Officia...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
(Covers to) Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York, J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd... New York.
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This is the same as our other copy except that the extensive coal fields in Eastern and Western Kentucky have been manuscript colored in gray wash, carefully delineated. David Owen published maps showing the Kentucky coal fields in 1852 and 1853 and they may have been the source of the information. The Kentucky coal fields were considered a strategic asset by the North in the Civil War. Coal mining in these areas began in earnest in the 1870's with the expansion of the railroads. This copy is folded into plain dark brown cloth covers 15x10, without the Colton imprint found in our other copy. Full color by county.
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky
Lloyd, J.T.
Lloyd's Official Map Of...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 Cents each, colored in sheets. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ...
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Highly detailed, large scale map of the state issued "with linen backs for Army Officers" (this copy without linen). At the eastern border with Tennessee is a printed note next to a railroad line: "Military Rail Road propos: by the President in his last message to connect Danville, Ky with Knoxville, Ten." This has the usual idiosyncratic Lloyd ads, testimonials from Military authorities, and disparagements of competitor H.H. Lloyd. Oddly, folded into stamped dark brown cloth Colton covers 16x10 saying "Map of Kentucky - G.W. & C.B. Colton" in gilt, apparently as issued. Second edition, first edition being 1862. Full color by county. Relief shown by hachures.
Covers: Map of Kentucky - G.W. & C.B. Colton
Lloyd, J.T.
Covers: Map of Kentucky...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
(Covers to) Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 Cents each, colored in sheets. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ...
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Highly detailed, large scale map of the state issued "with linen backs for Army Officers" (this copy without linen). At the eastern border with Tennessee is a printed note next to a railroad line: "Military Rail Road propos: by the President in his last message to connect Danville, Ky with Knoxville, Ten." This has the usual idiosyncratic Lloyd ads, testimonials from Military authorities, and disparagements of competitor H.H. Lloyd. Oddly, folded into stamped dark brown cloth Colton covers 16x10 saying "Map of Kentucky - G.W. & C.B. Colton" in gilt, apparently as issued. Second edition, first edition being 1862. Full color by county. Publisher's advertisement inside front cover.
New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick.
Lloyd, J.T.
New Map of the United S...
1864
Separate Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
Lloyd's New Map of the United States, The Canadas And New Brunswick ... 1864 ... Entered ... 1863, by J.T Lloyd ... New York. (untitled inset map of Southern Florida). (on verso) Lloyd's Map of the Lower Mississippi River From St. Louis To The Gulf Of Mexico. Compiled From Government Surveys In The Topographical Bureau, Washington, D.C. Revised and corrected to the present time by Captains Bart and William Bowen ... Price, in sheets, Colored, 50 Cents per copy. Pocket Edition, $1.00. Mounted Edition on Rollers and Varnished, $1.00 ... J.T. Lloyd, Publisher. 164 Broadway, New York 1863. Entered ... 1862, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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The second edition, Wall map, 5 sections on one sheet, form with Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick...1864 on the verso. Mapline 28 gives an excellent history of this map and the Bowens' role in making it. It was probably the most detailed map of the Mississippi in the 1860's. Full color. Includes text and explanations.
Map of the Lower Mississippi River From St. Louis To The Gulf Of Mexico
Lloyd, J.T.
Map of the Lower Missis...
1863
Separate Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
Lloyd's Map of the Lower Mississippi River From St. Louis To The Gulf Of Mexico. Compiled From Government Surveys In The Topographical Bureau, Washington, D.C. Revised and corrected to the present time by Captains Bart and William Bowen ... Price, in sheets, Colored, 50 Cents per copy. Pocket Edition, $1.00. Mounted Edition on Rollers and Varnished, $1.00 ... J.T. Lloyd, Publisher. 164 Broadway, New York 1863. Entered ... 1862, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York. (on verso) Lloyd's New Map of the United States, The Canadas And New Brunswick ... 1864 ... Entered ... 1863, by J.T Lloyd ... New York. (untitled inset map of Southern Florida).
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The second edition, Wall map, 5 sections on one sheet, form with Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick...1864 on the verso. Mapline 28 gives an excellent history of this map and the Bowens' role in making it. It was probably the most detailed map of the Mississippi in the 1860's. Full color. Includes text and explanations.
United States, The Canadas And New Brunswick
Lloyd, J.T.
United States, The Cana...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas And New Brunswick From the latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1863 And The Atlantic And Gulf Coasts ... 1863 ... Address J.T. Lloyd, No. 164 Broadway, New York, and 1 Strand, London, England. Entered ... 1863, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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1st edition was issued in June, 1862. Interesting note on his competitor, H.H. Lloyd. Shows U.S. west to the 103 meridian. Dated 1864 on the cover. Has a catalogue of Lloyd's works. Map is full color by county, folded into embossed light brown cloth covers 18x11.5 with "Lloyd's New-Map Of The United States And Canadas. 1864" in gold. Prime meridian is Greenwich. Relief shown by hacures.
Covers: United States,The Canadas And New Brunswick
Lloyd, J.T.
Covers: United States,T...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J.T.
Full Title
(Covers to) Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas And New Brunswick From the latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1863 And The Atlantic And Gulf Coasts ... 1863 ... Address J.T. Lloyd, No. 164 Broadway, New York, and 1 Strand, London, England. Entered ... 1863, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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1st edition was issued in June, 1862. Interesting note on his competitor, H.H. Lloyd. Shows U.S. west to the 103 meridian. Dated 1864 on the cover. Has a catalogue of Lloyd's works. Map is full color by county, folded into embossed light brown cloth covers 18x11.5 with "Lloyd's New-Map Of The United States And Canadas. 1864" in gold.
Map Of The United States
Lloyd, J. T.
Map Of The United State...
1868
Wall Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick From The Latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1862... 1866. (On verso: ) Lloyd's Topographical Railway Map of North America or the United States Continent in 1900....
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Two sided wall map -see 1866 copy. On this side, in addition to the U.S. map, there are insets of major cities and their rail lines. Similar to the 1866 edition, but some changes - on the verso North America map, adds inset of South America, the Pacific Railway route has been changed to go north of Salt Lake, some of the ads on the steamship routes have been deleted.
Map of North America
Lloyd, J. T.
Map of North America
1868
Wall Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Lloyd's Topographical Railway Map of North America or the United States Continent in 1900...(On verso: Lloyd's New Map of the United States The Canadas and New Brunswick From The Latest Surveys Showing Every Railroad & Station Finished to June 1862... 1866).
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Two sided wall map -see 1866 copy. Similar to the 1866 edition, but some changes - adds inset of South America, the Pacific Railway route has been changed to go north of Salt Lake, some of the ads on the steamship routes have been deleted, and on the verso in addition to the U.S. map there are insets of major cities and their rail lines.
Text Page: Lloyd's map of the Southern States.
Lloyd, J. T.
Text Page: Lloyd's map ...
1861
Separate Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
(Text Page to) Lloyd's Map Of The Southern States Showing all the Railroads, their Stations & Distances, Also The Counties, Towns, Villages, Harbors, Rivers And Forts. Compiled from the latest Government and other reliable Sources. 1861. New York, J.T. Lloyd Publisher 164 Broadway. London " 156 Cheapside. Entered ... 1861, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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1st ed. "Military Map and Gazetteer of the Southern States" on verso. Large scale full color map showing only the southern states, with counties, railroads and cities shown. This map was produced in wall map, pocket map and sheet form. This presentation has Lloyd's "newspaper" on the verso which describes the counties of Virginia and Missouri, Southern Coast Surveys and is dated September 7, 1861. On the front page Lloyd states that the Map and Gazetteer "will be issued every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock." It is not known if any other issues were printed - Stephenson lists only this issue. There is also an advertisement for Lloyd's "$100,000 Topographical Map of the State of Virginia" ("the only real good map ever made in America") on both the map and the newspaper on the verso and an ad for Lloyd's Map of Missouri. See our copy of Lloyd's advertisement for this map issued earlier in the year.
Lloyd's Map Of The Southern States.
Lloyd, J. T.
Lloyd's Map Of The Sout...
1861
Separate Map
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Lloyd's Map Of The Southern States Showing all the Railroads, their Stations & Distances, Also The Counties, Towns, Villages, Harbors, Rivers And Forts. Compiled from the latest Government and other reliable Sources. 1861. New York, J.T. Lloyd Publisher 164 Broadway. London " 156 Cheapside. Entered ... 1861, by J.T. Lloyd ... New York.
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Map in full color by state.
Ready June 28th, 1861, The Only Correct Map of the Southern States Ever Engraved.
Lloyd, J. T.
Ready June 28th, 1861, ...
1861
Ephemera
 
Author
Lloyd, J. T.
Full Title
Ready June 28th, 1861, The Only Correct Map of the Southern States Ever Engraved. $10 Steel Plat Map for 50 Cents, six feet long and four in depth, printed on the very finest map paper ... Lloyd's Map of the Southern States of North America (for the use of the War Department). ... J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway, N.Y.
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A separate sheet of text promoting his map of the Southern States (see our copy, #3128). Production details, accuracy of the map and pricing are discussed in the text.
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