The communication between the Iberville & the River Mississippi [cartographic material].
- Other Title:
- Volume title on publisher's website: Two maps of proposed developments in Louisiana and Alabama
- Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
1 online resource (1 ms) map)
- Cartographic Data:
- Scale indeterminable.
- Baton Rouge Region (La.) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Mississippi River -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Manchac, Bayou (La.) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain. Army -- Colonial forces -- Florida -- Pensacola -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain. Colonial Office -- Archives.
- Map of southern Louisiana, with the Iberville River [Bayou Manchac] in the south at its confluence with the Mississippi to the west. Shows the site of Fort Bute (demolished) in West Florida to the north of the Iberville, and Spanish territories to its south.
"This part of the Mississippi is taken from a draught of it by Engineer Robertson who was sent by Governor Iohnson in the year 1765 to erect Fort Bute; & the part of the Iberville is copyed from a sketch by Lieutenant Frazer of the 9 Regiment who in 1768 ... carried a small schooner through this channel in to the River ..."
Drawn by Elias Durnford?
"In Lt. Govr. Durnford's (No. 14) of 11 June 1770."--Fragment pasted on lining paper of binding.
Originally part of Colonial Office file CO 5/587.
Volume reference numbers on publisher's website: MPG 1/359.
Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015. (Colonial America. Module 1)
- Durnford, Elias, 1739-1794.
Robertson, Archibald, approximately 1745-1813.
Fraser, Alexander, 1735?-1798.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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