Scarce map of the Georgia, East Florida and West Florida, publshed by Jedidiah Morse in Boston.
This early map shows Georgia extending from the Savannah River and Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Coast, along with East and West Florida. The majority of Georgia is dominated by various Indian Tribes, including the Chickasaws, Chactawas, Muskogees and Creeks. Eastern Georgia includes about 15 eastern counties.
A number of early roads are shown, including 3 which extend west to the Mississippi River. West of the Chatahoochee River, there are only a handful of villages listed, primarily Indian settlements. Ft. Fidus and Ft. Matthews are shown. Mobile and Pensacola are named in West Floirda.
One of the few American regional maps to show Georgia extending to the Mississippi.