Andrews Map of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Basin (1853)
1853 map of the St. Lawrence Basin by prominent Canadian railway engineer and civil engineer Tomas C. Keefer for Israel D. Andrews' report to Hon. Thomas Corwin, Secretary of the Treasury. Full title: Map of the Basin of the St. Lawrence Showing also the Natural and Artifical Routes Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Interior of North America.
Page Size: 26.75 x 12.25 in (676 x 310 mm)
Bormeester Map of the World (1685)
1685 hemisphere map of the World by Dutch publisher Joachim Bormeester. The East and West hemispheres are depicted, with the North and South Poles shown above and below the main map. Full title: Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula. A. J. Bormeester.
Page Size: 19 x 16.25 in (483 x 410 mm)
James Polar Projection of the Globe, Pacific Center (1860)
1860 polar projection map centered on the Pacific Ocean by director-general of the British Ordnance Survey Major General Sir Henry James. Full title: Geometrical Projection of Two Thirds of the Sphere by Col. Sir H. James, R.E.F.R.S: M.R.I.A: & c.
Page Size: 15.5 x 15.25 in (389 x 387 mm)
Map of Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and the Northwest Passage (1772)
1772 map of north-eastern Asia with speculations on north-western North America by French cartographer Robert de Vaugondy and English cartographer Thomas Jefferys (Geographer to King George III). Full title: Carte générale des découvertes de l'Admiral de Fonte representant la grand probabilité d'un passage au nord ouest par Thomas Jefferys Géographe du Roi à Londres 1768.
Page Size: 18 x 15 in (454 x 375 mm)