[U.S.; Texas; Mexico] Bradford, An Illustrated Atlas Geographical Statistical and Historical of the United States and the Adjacent Countries. Boston, 1838. Folio. Half-leather and green cloth. Spine with gilt fillets. Red leather label with gilt title on front cover. Folio. Pictorial title page with full color. 39 maps (38 single-page, the United States double-page) with contemporary outline color. Binding worn and scuffed. Some transference on maps, else internally clean. The New York City plan (map #15) is bound in before the title page. The atlas is notable for its map of the Texas Republic which delineates the Austin and De Witt "Colonies," with other areas listed as individual grants. A few Indian villages are located. The U.S. map names Texas, but gives no line of demarcation with Mexico. Despite the title there is no separate map of Mexico. Phillips, Atlases 1381. SOLD
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