Historical Map of the United States and Mexico - 1847

New Map of the United States and Mexico exhibiting the whole country from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean together with the Canadas and West India Islands.

This 1847 map was produced during the Mexican-American War. At that time the Treaty of Cahuenga had just ended the conflict in California. John C. Fremont was installed as that state’s first governor in January of 1847.

One year later with the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo the war was finally ended. In the war's wake, the United States gained vast areas of land including New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and portions of Colorado and Wyoming.

In 1847 Brigham Young and his Mormon followers reached the Salt Lake Valley of Utah.

This map was drawn and engraved by Doolittle & Munson and published by Monk & Sherer in 1847. It shows railroads, canals, waterways, main roads, common roads, cities, towns, and villages.

Places on the Oregon and Santa Fe routes are noted along with locations of battles in Mexico. Included are several informational explanations.


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1W-US-MX-1847-S 24" x 19.5" 2 lbs $29.95 add to basket
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1W-US-MX-1847-L 42" x 34.5" 4 lbs $59.95 add to basket
1W-US-MX-1847-XL 51" x 42" 4 lbs $79.95 add to basket
 
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All reproduction prints are printed as "museum quality", using advanced ink formulas and durable museum quality paper.  The reproduction prints reflect the state of repair of the original conserved document. Stains and imperfections reflected in the original map at the time it was collected for conservation are left un-retouched, as they reflect the character and charm of the vintage original. Some major imperfections, such as dark fold lines have been removed when possible.  Maps are printed as ordered and are not returnable unless received damaged.
   

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