Rare early map of East and West Florida, published shortly after the close of the the American Revolution, for 1794 London edition of Morse's Geography.
Morse's map is one of the earliest printed maps to focus on East and West Florida following the Treaty of Peace.
This boldly engraved map covers East and West Florida to the Mississippi River. Locates Pensacola, Ft. St. Marks and New Orleans. Locates Lake Pontchartrain, Ascension Bay, Cape Sable and names numerous rivers in the region that extends north as far as Nassau River on the Atlantic coast. Tampa Bay is here named Spiritu Santo Bay.
The map does not extend to show any of the Keys beyond Cape Sable.