The Mapping of Ohio: The Delineation of the State of Ohio through the Use of Manuscript Maps, Printed Maps, and Plats, Sketches and Plans from Original Map Makers with a Narrative Which Describes Each Map from Contemporary Sources

By: Smith, Thomas H.

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Crisp clean one-owner book with no names or writing, no tears or chips, and no bumps to boards. Has not been price-clipped and is most handsome in brand new mylar cover. Only fault is a very small soil spot to front cover. I ran a document cleaner over it, but it proved impervious on the uncoated paper. Book measures 9"x12-1/4" and has 252 pristine pages. Illustrated with maps throughout. Includes five sections: The Ohio Country; Mapping the Prehistoric Earthworks; Tours, Battles and Plans; Surveying the State; Mapping the State; and Internal Improvements. Includes an index and a bibliography of Ohio county atlases.

Title: The Mapping of Ohio: The Delineation of the State of Ohio through the Use of Manuscript Maps, Printed Maps, and Plats, Sketches and Plans from Original Map Makers with a Narrative Which Describes Each Map from Contemporary Sources

Author Name: Smith, Thomas H.

Categories: Ohioana, Maps and Atlases,

Publisher: Kent, Ohio, Kent State University Press: 1977

ISBN Number: 0873380541

ISBN Number 13: 9780873380546

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 25956

Keywords: Mapping Ohio. Early Ohio Maps. Ohio Cartography