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Index to the Wimble map of North Carolina, 1738
Susan M. Trimble
by North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Historical Publications Section in Raleigh, N.C
Written in English
|Statement||Susan M. Trimble|
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Population of Beaufort & Wimble's Map In regard to the approximate population of Beaufort during the Spanish intrusions – in Colonial Beaufort, historian Charles L. Paul wrote: In , John Brickell, in his Natural History of North-Carolina, described Beaufort as a town " with a pleasant prospect but small and thinly inhabited. North Carolina Maps; Add or remove collections Add or remove other collections to your search: North Carolina Maps: 19th Century American Sheet Music: Alfonso Elder Papers, Archie Green Papers: Bagley Family Papers: Show 91 more. Billy Barnes Collection_bucketino.
Information (some of it inaccurate) was also lifted from earlier 18th century maps, including the Fry-Jefferson map of Virginia, and the chart of North Carolina by James Wimble. The depiction of the Cherokee territory may have been based on information from William Gerard De Brahm and/or John Stuart, though the specific map source has. The land grant images and associated data on this website were provided courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh NC and are in the public domain. If you use this information elsewhere, please credit the State Archives of North Carolina as the source, along with the .
James Wimble was best known for his map of the Lower Cape Fear Region in , and especially for his final map of Wimble saved the fledgling port More > town of Wilmington, North Carolina from certain ruin. As Alan D. Watson, in Wilmington, North Carolina, to put it, Wimble “no doubt was the prime instigator of the new town.”. A compleat map of North-Carolina from an actual survey Shows rural householders' names. LC Maps of North America, , no. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. "Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, May the 1st, , by S. Hooper, No. 25 Ludgate Hill, London.".
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Taken from William P. Cummings, 'Wimble's Maps and the Colonial Cartography of the North Carolina Coast,' North Carolina Historical Review, v, no.2 (April ) Creator(s) Wimble, James, approximately approximately Date Call Number F N Internet Archive BookReader Index to the Wimble map of North Carolina, Map (partial) by James Wimble showing Currituck Precinct.
Top of map states "Done by Order of the Lords Proprietors Anno " It was engraved and published "according to Act of Parliament Anno Sailing instructions for inlets and descriptions of tidal.
James Wimble Map of North Carolina Poster James Wimble was one child of ten, growing up in Hastings, on England’s southern coast. Sussex genealogical sources detail the loss of his father before the age of ten, his family’s residence on High Street, their association with the mayor, and the interment of his parents at All Saints Brand: Zazzle.
North Carolina Historical Review vol. 46, no. 2 (April ), pp. Discusses James Wimble's map of the North Carolina coast, and a manuscript map by Wimble.
Dembo, Jonathan. The Mouzon Map (). Greenville, N.C.: Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Discusses the Henry Mouzon map of North and South Carolina. Consists of two articles which originally appeared in the Winter and Spring issues of the North Carolina historical review.
Description: 34 pages illustrations, map 26 cm: Contents: The turbulent life of Captain James Wimble --Wimble's maps and the colonial cartography of the North Carolina coast. Responsibility: by William P.
Cumming. Rand McNally's folded map for North Carolina is a must-have for anyone traveling in or through the state, offering unbeatable accuracy and reliability at a great price.
Our trusted cartography shows all Interstate, U.S., state, and county highways and much more. Points of interestReviews: United States South North Carolina: Antique black and white coastal chart showing a portion of the North Carolina coastline and the Wimble Shoals reef.
Published by the U.S. Coast Survey, Map includes nautical information such as soundings, the site of a wreck, etc., as well as a compass rose.
The boundary between North Carolina and South Carolina is surveyed. James Wimble, "Chart of His Majesties Province of North Carolina." Wimble's map was the most detailed map of the North Carolina coast to that date.
View this map. The region named "Wachovia" is established by Moravian settlers in the North Carolina Piedmont. John Lawson Map of Carolina (From Hawks’ History of North Carolina) Herman Moll Map (from the Pasquotank Co.
website) Map by Edward Mosley (from Pasquotank Co. site) Map by James Wimble (from Pasquotank Co. site) Lord Carteret’s Land Grant (from the Pasquotank Co. website) partial map (by Capt. John Collet). North Carolina - Moseley Map of The Edward Moseley Map of North Carolina The East Carolina University copy of the Moseley Map is the only known original print of this historic map in the United States.
Their copy was donated by Mrs. John W. Graham of Edenton and is on permanent display in the reading room of the East Carolina Manuscript.
Edward Moseley's map of added greatly to the understanding of the interior of North Carolina, as did James Wimble's map of the coast. John Collet's map of gives the names of settlers, and details such as shoals, swamps, and roads appear on the map of Henry Mouzon.
Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson's map of the same year shows. Map of North Carolina, By T.G. Bradford, Clerk D.C., Mass. North Carolina, At the begining of ~ Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries Drawn by: L.
Polk DENMARK. Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties - by: David L. CORBIT, Map of the United States Territories ~ to Shows rural householders' names.
LC Maps of North America,no. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. "Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, May the 1st,by S.
Hooper, No. 25 Ludgate Hill, London." "To His most Excellent Majesty George the IIId this map is most humbly dedicated by John Collet." Includes royal coat of arms. Available also through. North Carolina wills and inventories copied from original and recorded wills and inventories in the office of the secretary of state by J.
Bryan Grimes, secretary of state, e-book; North Carolina, Wills (Published ), ($), index/images; North Carolina, Probate Index, Images only. North Carolina Will Abstracts, ($). Edward Moseley: “A New and Correct Map of the Province of North Carolina" James Wimble: "Chart of his Majesties Province of North Carolina" John Collett: "A Compleat Map of North Carolina”.
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About Chowan County, North Carolina Cross Index to Deeds - Grantees Vol B Chowan County North Carolina is located on the eastern shore of North Carolina and on the Albermarle Sound. The county was created in from Albermarle Precinct.Excellent maps, atlases, and gazetteers for North Carolina are readily available.
The best gazetteer available for North Carolina is William Stevens Powell, The North Carolina Gazetteer: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, ). The Gazetteer includes historical definitions, derivations of place-names, and exact locations.The State Archives of North Carolina has one of the best collections of maps of North Carolina in the nation.
The collection consists of over 6, maps depicting North Carolina or some portion thereof. These maps have been brought together from various sources to create a reference collection consisting of manuscript and published maps, as well as photographic and facsimile copies of maps.