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Nice first edition example of A. J. Johnson's 1861 map of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Offers a fascinating glimpse of these north-south borderlands shortly following the outbreak of the Civil War. Shows all four states in full with hand-color coding according to county, with Virginia as yet undivided. Engraved decorative views depicting the 'University of Virginia,' 'Dismal Swamp Canal,' and the 'City of Baltimore' decorate the upper left, lower left and lower right hand quadrants. This map appeared only in the 1861 and 1862 editions of Johnson's atlas. The 1862 issue, the last of this series, replaces the lower two insets with Richmond and Fort Monroe – clearly a response to general interest in the region resulting from the activities of the Civil War. 2” split at top centerfold. 2” repaired split at bottom centerfold. Three pinpoint sulfide spots that are not easy to see. 17.25 x 23.75.
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