Collection Mapping the National Parks
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Relief shown pictorially. Shows the image of an eagle superimposed on the United States. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1832 by J. Churchman in the Clerk's Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." From Churchman's Rudiments of national knowledge. Philadelphia : E. L. Carey & A. Hart, 1833. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster ...
- Contributor: Moore, Isaac W. - Carey & Hart - Churchman, J. (joseph)
- Date: 1833
Relief shown by hachures on some sheets. Depths shown by soundings on some sheets. On some sheets: Entered according to Act of Congress, by Capt. Seward Porter, in the year 1837, in the Clerks office of the District Court of Massachusetts. Some sheets lack geographic coordinates and bar scale. Orientation varies. Sheets numbered: No. 1 ... No. 9. Ristow. American maps and mapmakers. Available ...
- Contributor: Porter, Seward - Moody - T. Moore's Lithography
- Date: 1837
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Acadia, established in 1919, was the first national park east of the Mississippi River. It was also the first national park on a coast, and the first to be donated to the federal government by private individuals who gave land that they had previously owned as well as land specifically purchased, in order to preserve it for the use of the public. Early European ...
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, encompassing some of the oldest mountains on earth, is located in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. The state boundary line bisects the park, which is one of the largest in the eastern United States. Measuring fifty-four miles long and nineteen miles across at its widest point the park consists of slightly more than half a million ...