Fine Map of Poland & Lithuania As They Existed In the First Part of the 19th Century
Fascinating map, showing a massive depiction of Lithuania, extending south to Galicia and Moldavia and including Kiev and the region west of the Dnieper River.
Poland is now restricted to a very small area, relative to its prior history. Divided into the Kingdom of Poland, Russian Poland, Austrian Poland and Prussian Poland.
A note at the bottom corner states that the greater part of Russian Lithuania is included in the modern governments of Wilno, Grodno and Minsk.