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(Philadelphia : Mathew Carey, 1814)
A Plan for Improving the Cove East of Jones Falls, Proposed by Subscribers, Wardens of the Port of Baltimore: February 4, 1814.
(Baltimore: Wardens of the Port of Baltimore, 1814)
1 map on sheet 93 x 68 cm. Scale unclear.
Sketch of the Military Topography [of] Baltimore and its Vicinity, and of Patapsco Neck to North Point
(National Archives, 1814)
[Survey of the Limits of Baltimore City]
(Baltimore: James W. Shirley, 1817)
1 map on sheet 76 x 68 cm. Scale: “60 perches in an inch”.
(Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, 1819)
Map is from Lucas' 1923 Cabinet Atlas; it contains the first urban plan, inset within the field of a larger map, to appear in a modern atlas.
(Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1812)
(Baltimore: F. Lucas Jr., 1819)
1 map hand colored; 28 x 49 cm.; Scale: ca. 1:741,776.