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1876 Map of Washington, D.C

"GIF" of actual map of the District of Columbia in 1876
ID Number : 1532
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John Ogilby's map of Maryland

John Ogilby's map of Maryland was published as part of his America: Being the Latest, and Most Accurate Description of the New World (London, 1671). The orientation of the map showing North to the rightreflects the purpose of the chart design. It is a Portolan, or port-finding chart, used by ship captains approaching the entrance of the Chesapeake Bay from the sea. The cartographer probably copied this map fromCaptain John Smith's influential map of 1608.
ID Number : 6076
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Map of the City of Washington

W.I. Stone's Correct Map of the City of Washington,1820.
ID Number : 6080
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Map of Virginia

John Farrer's A map of Virginia discovered to yeHills, 1651.
ID Number : 6081
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Plan of the Mall and the Capitol Grounds

Benjamin Henry Latrobe's Plan of the Mall and theCapitol Grounds, 1815.
ID Number : 6079
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Robert King's Map of the City of Washington DC

Robert King's Map of the City of Washington in theDistrict of Columbia, 1818.
ID Number : 6078
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The 1901 Plan for Washington D.C.

The first explicit attempt to utilize the vaguely classical Beaux-Arts architectural style, which emerged from the World'sColumbian Exposition of 1893, for the explicit intent of beautification and social amelioration was the Senate Park Commission's redesign of the monumental core of Washington D.C.
ID Number : 6084
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The Civil War Defenses of Washington, D.C.

With the outbreak of the American Civil War, Washington, DC turned into the training ground, arsenal, supply depot, and nerve center for the Union cause.
ID Number : 6087
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The U.S. Capitol Building

Olmsted's 1874 plan to expand the Capitol building. According to the Architect of the Capitol
ID Number : 6083
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Virginia A.D.

Virginia A.D. 1607 and Cherokee county prior to 1776.
ID Number : 6082
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Washington, District of Columbia Map

Image map of District of Columbia
ID Number : 6085
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