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Carey's American Pocket Atlas [19 Images]

Carey's American Pocket Atlas [19 Images]

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Carey's American pocket atlas, published in 1801, was a collection of nineteen maps of the United States and its territories, along with a brief description of each state. The atlas was published by Mathew Carey, a prominent Philadelphia publisher, and was intended to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the geography and political boundaries of the young nation.

The maps in the atlas were engraved by several prominent American engravers, including William Barker, Joseph Seymour, and Amos Doolittle. The maps were relatively detailed for the time, and included information on topography, rivers, lakes, and major cities and towns.

Carey's American pocket atlas was an important publication in the early history of American cartography, and it played a significant role in shaping Americans' understanding of their country's geography and political boundaries. The atlas was widely circulated and was used by politicians, scholars, and travelers throughout the early 19th century.

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