Carte Geographique, Statistique Et Historique De L'Illinois
Just seven years after statehood, this map shows how primitive the state was, where barely a third of southern Illinois was divided into counties. West of the Illinois river is the "Bounty Lands" and a few instances of native villages are shown "Sac Village" and "Grande Village Kickapoos". Shows the Indian boundary in the north, as well as the roads and county boundaries. Surrounded with a large text, in French, about the history and character of the state.
Condition is very good with large margins. Image size is 18 x 24.25 (inches).