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Map North America divided into its principall parts where are distinguished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French North America divided into its pricipall parts, viz. Arctick lands, New North Wales, N. South Wales, N. Brittain, Canada, N. France, N. Scotland, N. England, N. York, N. Jarsey, Mary-Land, Virginia, Carolina, Florida, Mexico, the islands of New Found Land, California, the Antilles, in which are distinguished the severall countries as they are possessed by the English, Spanish, and French, &c

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Title

  • North America divided into its principall parts where are distinguished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French

Other Title

  • North America divided into its pricipall parts, viz. Arctick lands, New North Wales, N. South Wales, N. Brittain, Canada, N. France, N. Scotland, N. England, N. York, N. Jarsey, Mary-Land, Virginia, Carolina, Florida, Mexico, the islands of New Found Land, California, the Antilles, in which are distinguished the severall countries as they are possessed by the English, Spanish, and French, &c

Names

  • Berry, William, active 1669-1708.
  • Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667.

Created / Published

  • [London] : Sold by William Berry at the sign of the globe between Charing Cross and White-Hall, 1680.

Headings

  • -  North America--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  North America

Notes

  • -  Relief shown pictorially.
  • -  At upper right: Described by Sanson, corrected and amended by William Berry.
  • -  Prime meridian: Ferro.
  • -  Includes ill.
  • -  Sectioned and mounted on cloth backing.
  • -  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

Medium

  • 1 map : hand col. ; 53 x 86 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • G3300 1680 .B4

Repository

  • Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540 to 4650 USA dcu

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2002621143

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Berry, William, Active, and Nicolas Sanson. North America divided into its principall parts where are distinguished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. [London: Sold by William Berry at the sign of the globe between Charing Cross and White-Hall, 1680] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/2002621143/.

APA citation style:

Berry, W. & Sanson, N. (1680) North America divided into its principall parts where are distinguished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. [London: Sold by William Berry at the sign of the globe between Charing Cross and White-Hall] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2002621143/.

MLA citation style:

Berry, William, Active, and Nicolas Sanson. North America divided into its principall parts where are distinguished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. [London: Sold by William Berry at the sign of the globe between Charing Cross and White-Hall, 1680] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2002621143/>.