A New Map of Arkansas With its Canals, Roads and Distances
Henry Schenck Tanner was born in 1786 in New York. He was a cartographer and statistical geographer and owned a publishing company in Philadelphia. He is best known for publishing the New American Atlas. Tanner died in 1858. Arkansas became a territory in 1819 and became a state in 1836.
Printed color map of Arkansas with its canals, roads, distances, towns and counties. There is a legend on the side of the map showing steamboat routes. The map was part of Tanner's Universal Atlas.
Map, 12.5 x 16.5"
Maps; Waterways; Roads
Historic Maps Collection
Clerk's Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Arkansas State Archives
A New Map of Arkansas With its Canals, Roads and Distances, Map 0069, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
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