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This map of Upper and Lower Canada and United States.
Kensett, Thomas ; Tardi...
This map of Upper and L...
1812
Separate Map
 
Author
[Kensett, Thomas, Tardieu, P.F.]
Full Title
To the officers of the Army and the citizens of the United States this map of Upper and Lower Canada and United States, contigious (sic). Contracted from the manuscript surveys of P.F. Tardieu. Is respectfully inscribed by the public's most obedient servant Thomas Kensett. Copyright secured and entered ... November 4th, 1812. Kensett sculp. Cheshire, Conn.
Note
This is the only War of 1812 map in the Streeter sale. It covers the area of conflict along the U.S. and Canadian border, showing forts on the U.S. side and a great deal of detail on Canadian townships with a separate listing of towns in the various districts. The Karpinski copy adds Doolittle as engraver. The following year Kensett with Shelton put out a more general map of the U.S. showing vignettes of sea battles. Outline color. Not in Phillips. Scarce.
United States
Shelton, W.; Kensett, T...
United States
1813
Pocket Map
 
Author
[Kensett, Thomas, Shelton, W.]
Full Title
An Improved Map of the United States. By Shelton & Kensett.
Note
This is the pocket map version of our 4417, folded into brown leather covers 16.5x7.5 with "Map U. States" stamped in gilt, with ribbon ties. The map has been trimmed to fit the covers (as issued) so that the copyright date above the neat line and the publishing date below the neat line are not present (probably the same as the Karpinski copy which he dated "1813?"). Outline color by state.
Covers: United States
Shelton, W.; Kensett, T...
Covers: United States
1813
Pocket Map
 
Author
[Kensett, Thomas, Shelton, W.]
Full Title
(Covers to) An Improved Map of the United States. By Shelton & Kensett.
Note
This is the pocket map version of our 4417, folded into brown leather covers 16.5x7.5 with "Map U. States" stamped in gilt, with ribbon ties. The map has been trimmed to fit the covers (as issued) so that the copyright date above the neat line and the publishing date below the neat line are not present (probably the same as the Karpinski copy which he dated "1813?"). Outline color by state.
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