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From the Map Collection. Manuscript map of the city of Hattiesburg prepared by the City Engineering Department, August 1971.

February 1971

From the Map Collection. Map of the Mississippi territory in 1814. Reprinted by the Mississippi Historical Society in 1969. Mississippi territory at that time included what is now Alabama. Longitude given in degrees west from London and Philadelphia.

1814

From the Map Collection. A map of the Big Black River Bridge battlefield showing the positions of the U.S. Troops on May 17th 1863.

1863

From the Map Collection. A map showing western territories and the routes of Confederate and Union troops.

1861

From the Map Collection. Map of the Mississippi territory in 1814 by Francis Shallus. Mississippi territory at that time included what is now Alabama. Map is numbered 23 in top margin. Longitude given in degrees west from London and Philadelphia.

1814

From the Map Collection. Descriptive note below the map: "Map of Mississippi as it appeared in 1822, five years after its admission as a state. Hinds County as shown was ceded by the Choctaw Indians in 1820. Covington County was formed in 1819, Perry in 1820, Monroe and Hinds in 1821, and the others shown existed at the time of admission in 1817, with some differences in boundaries. Compliments of Tom L. Ketchings Company, Natchez, Mississippi." Map shows counties and territories of Indian nations (Chicasaw and Choctaw).

18 February 1967

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi showing counties and Indian territories. To the left, right and bottom of the map are columns of text discussing different aspects of the state. Topic headings are "Situation, Boundaries, and Extent", "Face of the Country, Soil, and Productions", "Rivers", "Indian Country", "Climate", "Civil Divisions and Population", "Chief Towns", "Public Lands, Roads, and Canals", "Government", "Historical Sketch", and "List of Governors".

1823

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi counties and Indian territories. To the left, right , and bottom of the map are columns of text discussing aspects of Mississippi. Topic heading are "Situation, Limites en Etendue", "Aspect du Pays, Sol, Productions", "Rivieres", "Pays Indien", "Climat", "Division Civiles et Population", "Villes Principales", "Gouvernement", "Esquisse Historique", and "Gouverneurs".

1825

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi in 1829. From A new general atlas, comprising a complete set of maps. Philadelphia : Anthony Finley, 1829. Plate 28. Map shows counties and territories of Indian nations (Chickasaw and Choctaw). Map engraved by Young & Delleker. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England. Scale of 80 miles. The map is backed with canvas.

1829

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1833 by H.S. Tanner. From Tanner's universal atlas, published over 1833-1836, page 19. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes with distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington.

1836

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1836 by H.S. Tanner. From Tanner's universal atlas, page 23. Published: Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, [1844 or 1845?]. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes with distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1836 by H.S. Tanner in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."

1836

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi in 1838, showing counties. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington. Map by T.G. Bradford, engraved by S. Stiles, Sherman & Smith, New York. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1838 by T.G. Bradford in the ... District Court of Massachusetts. From A general atlast of the world, by Samuel Goodrich. Published: Boston : C.D. Strong, c1841.

1838

From the Map Collection. A map of Mississippi with counties and cities. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1842 by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breeze in the Clerks Office of the Southern District of New York." Map is covered in plastic and taped to cardboard.

1842

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi in 1842, showing counties. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England. Map by J. Greenleaf; map no. 54 from Greenleaf’s A new universal atlas. Published: Brattleboro, Vt. : G.R. French, 1842 (Phillips 784).

1842

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi in 1845, showing counties. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington and Greenwich, England. From an atlas published: New York : Tanner's Geographical Establishment.

1845

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1846. Published: Philiadelphia : S. Augustus Mitchell. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes with distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington.

1846

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi from 1850. Published on page 23 of an unnamed publication: Philadelphia : Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. Map shows counties, towns, and roads. Includes table of steam boat routes and distances from Natchez to New Orleans and Natchez to Pittsburg. Longitude given in degrees west from Washington. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1850 by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., in the Clerk's office of the District court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." [Apparently derived from the 1836 map of the same name by H.S. Tanner (see mus.map0494, see page number 23 on each map), but differences are noted on inspection.]

1850

From the Map Collection. A reprint of a Mississippi map featuring counties and roads originally published in 1850. Contains a table of steamboat routes and their distances.

1969

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