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1832 Hinton, Simpkin & Marshall
Scarce early regional map of the US and one of the earliest maps published outside the US to focus on this area. The map is hand colored by counties and shows the primitive northern portion of Indiana, dominated by the Pottowatomies and Kickapoos lands, although Allen County and Fort Wayne are now shown, the only Northern County to appea. Michigan Territory shows only a few primitive early counties, including Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawes and Monroe. Detroit and a few other towns are noted. The large inset of Cincinnati is one of the earliest town plans obtainable. Old color examples of this map are very scarce.