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Photo Left:  Jackson Military Road cut exiting Washington, Arkansas, to the North East (2005)

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Map of the Red River in Louisiana from the Spanish camp where the exploring party of the U.S. was met by the Spanish troops to where it enters the Mississippi, reduced from the protracted courses and corrected to the latitude / by Nichs. King.

King, N. 1771-1812. (Nicholas)
 

CREATED/PUBLISHED
Philadelphia : Engrav'd by F. Shallus, 1806.

NOTES
Also shows cities and towns, Indian settlements, and features in the region along the Red River.

King's final work based on the Freeman-Curtis expedition of 1806.

Oriented with north toward the upper left.

Copy annotated in pencil in lower right corner

Copy imperfect: Taped on upper left portion and fold line completely torn to separate right portion of map

Scale [ca. 1:633,600].

[http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?gmd:55:./temp/~ammem_duHs::](accessed August 23, 2006)

 

See also Darby, 1818 and Bmi. Fontan, 1806.

                       

 

 

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