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A New Map of the Cherokee Nation with the Names of the Towns and Rivers / Thomas Kitchin

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This map depicts the Cherokee Nation, including the valley and corn fields. This map also depicts Mississippi River, and its smaller branches, such as the Cherokee (Hogohegee) River, the Mississippi River and the head of the Chatahuchee River. Scope and Contents note on Cartobibliography Form: "Significant Characteristics: copy C- different paper".

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Title(s): 
A New Map of the Cherokee Nation with the Names of the Towns and Rivers
Creator(s): 
Thomas Kitchin (Engraver)
Date: 
1760
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
39.550
Previous Number(s): 
Map 42c; Map 42a-c; 3976.550a-c; 3976.550
Department: 
Inscribed in pencil, "Map. 42c" in bottom right corner on verso; Inscribed in pencil, "1700 NE 20A" in bottom right corner on recto.
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