“COUNTY MAP OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA” Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., c. 1860 (dated in the lower margin).From the first edition of "Mitchell's New General Atlas". Engraved map with unusually bright original hand-coloring.(Image: 10 ½ x 13 ¼’’)
This map, with its highly decorative border, depicts Georgia and Alabama with their counties named and in contrasting colors. Topographical features are shown with major towns, cities, mountains, coastal islands, rail routes, land routes and water routes identified. A very detailed view of the states as they existed prior to the onset of the American Civil War.