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Very attractive map of South America, dated 1820, from the 1821 edition of Lavoisne's Historical Atlas. In the midsts of the independence movement, Ecuador is still part of Colombia, Uruguay of Argentina, and Bolivia and Paraguay have noot formed, Political divisions are individually hand colored, surrounded by mostly geographical, political and historical information.

Lavoisne's Historical Atlas. A Complete Genealogical, Historical, Chronological, and Geographical Atlas; being a general guide to ancient and modern history: Exhibiting an accurate account of the origin, descent, and marriages the principal royal families, from the earliest authentic records; together with various possessions, wars, celebrated battles, and remarkable events, to the year 1821; according to the plan of Le Sage, greatly improved. The whole forming a complete system of history and geography. By M. Lavoisne. From the last London edition, improved by C. Gros, of the University of Paris, and J. Aspin, Professor of History, &c. Enlarged by the addition of several new maps of American history and geography Extended to the beginning of the year 182i. Third American Edition, carefully revised and corrected. Philadelphia: Published by M. Carey and Sons. May 22, 1821. Printed by T.H. Palmer, on the Ruthven Press, and on J. & T. Gilpin's Machine Paper.

No. 71. South America, 1820

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  • No. 71. South America. Map of South America intended for the elucidation of Lavoisne's Historical Atlas. By E. Paguenaud. Philadelphia, 1820.

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