Very colorful reproduction from hand colored 1860 map by Mitchell. Details the different states in Mexico. Shows the route of the Panama railroad that later became the route of the Panama Canal. Details Eastern and Western Departments in Cuba. Shows lower United States including Texas, New Mexico and Indian Territory, now day Oklahoma. Expanded detailed illustrations for: Bermuda, Panama, Cuba, and Jamaica. Illustrates nautical miles from mouth of Mississippi River to Mexico, Cuba and other ports. Many details to study. Map measures 28” x 18” printed area, overall size with white border measures 30” x 20 ˝”. Ships rolled in sturdy tube via USPS with tracking.
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