One of the best large format maps of Mexico, Texas and Upper California to appear in a commercial atlas in the 1830s.
This is the final edition which does not show the early outline of the Republic of Texas, although Texas is clearly named and delineated.
Dozens of place names shown, a well as the road from Natchtoches to the Loredo area. Substantial detail throughout the Rocky Mountains, incorporating Humboldt, Pike and Long. The west reflects the cartography which predates Fremont's explorations, including two Salt Lakes and the mythical rivers which connect them to the Pacific, including the R. Buenaventura and the R. Millers, which has its terminus in SF Bay. Lots of Indian Tribes and place names throughout.
The 1836 Lapie is scarce on the market, this being the first example we have had in more than 10 years.