L.H. Young.

Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell. 1835.

Small [13.5 cm] red calf binding with decorative gilt stamped borders to boards and the title gilt stamped on the front board. Contains a large folding map [46 cm by 56 cm] hand colored of the United States as it then existed, and is accompanied by a large folding index [46 cm by 56 cm] consisting of place names, lengths of principal railways, steamboat and canal routes, lengths of rivers, heights of mountains, etc. etc. The large beautifully hand colored map extends from the eastern shores west to the Arkansas and Red Rivers and then current Cherokee Country boundaries. Map is starting to tear from binding, otherwise it is in nice condition with only a few small closed tears at the folds. Includes inset maps of New Orleans, Cincinnati, Albany, Philadelphia, Washington & Baltimore, Charleston, Boston and New York. An early and important pocket map of the Americas.