Latin map of the Americas. Major cities, bodies of water, oceans, countries and regions are labelled. International borders are outlined. In some areas, the names of Indigenous communities are listed. There is a cartouche in the lower left corner with depictions of Indigenous people and a pot of gold. Relief shown pictorially.
British map from 1830 showing Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Cities, towns and bodies of water are labelled. Regional districts are outlined. The province of Lower Canada is outlined in green, while other provinces and territories are coloured red. Northeastern and midwestern parts of the United States can be seen, but with much less detail. Published as part of A new general atlas.