[1841 Hand-Colored Map:] The Tourist’s Pocket Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting its Internal Improvements Roads Distances &c.
Handsome hand-colored map of Pennsylvania, divided by counties, showing roadways, canals and railroads. Proposed canals and railroads are also indicated. With inset maps showing “Vicinity of Philadelphia” and “Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal Regions.” All three maps are augmented by hand to show the routes of canals (in red ink ) and rail roads (in blue ink). This particular year not in Rumsey online; OCLC returns copies at Yale and Northwestern.
Description: [1841 Hand-Colored Map:] The Tourist’s Pocket Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting its Internal Improvements Roads Distances &c.
Philadelphia: Published by S. Augustus Mitchell, (1831) 1841. Folding Map. 13 x 15½ inches. Removed from the publisher’s case (not present). Engraved by D. Haines. Printed note in bottom margin: “Sold by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. No. 253 Market Street.” Very small losses along a few fold lines or small paper defects and lightly soiled; very good.