New Jersey Rand McNally and Company 1887

Catalog Number 50795
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Rand McNally & Company

Short Title:

New Jersey

Full Title:

"New Jersey, Rand, McNally & Company's New Indexed Atlas of the World. [New Jersey.]. 306, 307."


"Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Indexed Atlas of the World Containing Large Scale Maps of Every Country and Civil Divisions Upon the Face of the Globe Together Historical, Statistical and Descriptive Matter Relative to Each. Illustrated by Numerous Colored Diagrams, Accompanied By a New and Original Compilation forming a Ready Reference Index, Which presents as it's Special Feature, the Arrangement in Alphabetical Order of Nearly all Known Geographical Names; Those Pertaining to Each Country and civil Division Being Placed After its Map, With Convenient Reference Thereto. In Connection Herewith is Given, as Accurately as can be Ascertained, the Population of Every City, Town, Village and Hamlet in the Known World. Chicago, Ill., U.S.A. Rand, McNally & Company. 1887. The Continental Publishing Co., No.148 Monroe Street, Chicago, Sole Agents."

Size of Map:

34 x 49.4 cm. approximately (13.375 x 19.5 in.)


This double-page map presents the State of New Jersey with lithographic colour differentiating the various geographical regions within. Bodies of Water featured include "Atlantic Ocean" and "Delaware Bay." Longitudinal and Latitudinal lines are clearly marked on each map with "Longitude West from Greenwich" at the top and "Longitude East from Washington" at the bottom. Inset of "Paterson," is found in lower left corner along with inset of ""Jersey City and Vicinity" is found in lower right corner. Map is in English. No compass rose is provided. Map orientation indicates the left border facing North. Distance scale in "Statute Miles" is found in bottom centre. Major cities, towns, rivers and geographic terrain are identified. Details of "New Jersey" are found on the verso on pages 305 and 308.    


Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers Revised Editions Vol. (Q - Z), pp.11, 13; Phillips, Vol. I, p.533, no.993 (1894 ed.).