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An 18th century map by John Baptista Homann showing how New England was mapped. Homann was a German mapmaker under Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor, and created atlases of renown.
About This Item
- Title: Nova Anglia Septentrionali, ca. 1759
- Creator: Homann, John Baptista
- Creation Date: circa 1759
- Subject Date: circa 1720
- Media: Map ink on paper
- Dimensions: 53 cm x 66 cm
- Local Code: Map F 497
- Object Type: Text and Image
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