Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1841. Unbound. Approximately 14” x 17.5” including the wide margins. Includes an inset map showing the western part of the Upper Peninsula and a distance table for Detroit Steam Boat Routes. Strong, clear image with attractive hand coloring. Very light soiling.
This very attractive early map of Michigan shows little development north of the lower two tiers of counties with only a few identified cities or towns: Benton, Coltrellville, Corunna, Flint, Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Hastings, Howell, Mason Centre (no Lansing), McDougalville, Mt. Clemons, Niles, Palmer, Pontiac, Portland, Remco, Sagnaw, Saugatuck, Tomia Center, Utica, and Vemontville. Very good. Item #008763
Fairly scarce. At the time of listing, OCLC shows only three institutions with examples of this printing and three with examples of other printings, and no examples of any printings for sale in the trade. There are no auction results of this printing and three of other printings in the Rare Book Hub database.