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Cecill, Thomas [Engraver]

  • Noua Terrae-Mariae tabula. This is a reproduction of the Lord Baltimore Map, which was the first separate map of Maryland, the first to indicate the boundaries, to name the Delaware Bay and the James and Rappahannock rivers. It was published in A Relation of Maryland. 1635. MSA SC 1399-1-361 [HFC 135C5]

  • Noua Terrae-Mariae tabula. This map, usually called the Lord Baltimore Map, is the earliest separate map of Maryland, the first to indicate the boundaries, the first to name Delaware Bay and name the James and Rappahannock rivers. It was contained in A Relation of Maryland. 1635. MSA SC 1399-1-526-1 [HFC 135C5] [IMAGE]


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