Mapping Louisiana: Louisiana Maps from 1513 -1900



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The Louisiana Research Collection's renowned map collection extends from 1513 to the present. With more than 400 maps from before 1799, its holdings include state and regional topographic maps, maps of vegetation zones and natural resources, parish and highway maps, and plans of New Orleans tracing the city's development since its founding in 1718. The maps preserve a variety of information ranging from the names and locations of Indian tribes, land owners, plantations, towns, and fortifications, to explorers' routes, depth soundings for the Mississippi River and coastal waters, state and parish boundaries, crops under cultivation, and even the best spots for fishing.
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Sabine River, Louisiana
Sabine River, Louisiana
Schonberg's Map of Louisiana. New York, Schonberg & co., 1866.
Schonberg's Map of Louisiana. New York, Schonberg & co., 1866.
Sketch of Eads' Jetties prepared for the Medical and Surgical Memoirs of Joseph Jones, M.D. [Map] and Bird's Eye View of the Jetties from Light-House looking seaward.
Sketch of Eads' Jetties prepared for the Medical and Surgical Memoirs of Joseph Jones, M.D. [Map] and Bird's Eye View of the Jetties from Light-House looking seaward.
Sketch of the Position of the British and American Forces during the Operations against New Orleans
Sketch of the Position of the British and American Forces during the Operations against New Orleans
Sketch of the Position of the British and American Forces during the Operations against New Orleans
Sketch of the Position of the British and American Forces during the Operations against New Orleans
The Soldier in our Civil War. Southern Coast of the United States, from Pensacola to the mouth of the Mississippi, showing the strategic position of Ship Island, with approaches to New Orleans.
The Soldier in our Civil War. Southern Coast of the United States, from Pensacola to the mouth of the Mississippi, showing the strategic position of Ship Island, with approaches to New Orleans.
South Eastern District Louisiana
South Eastern District Louisiana
South Eastern District Louisiana. Washington, W.J. Stone, 1855.
South Eastern District Louisiana. Washington, W.J. Stone, 1855.
Southern Boundary of the United States
Southern Boundary of the United States
State Levee Districts south of Red River, No. 2. Forshey's report to Senate Committee. New Orleans, J.E. Boehler, 1851.
State Levee Districts south of Red River, No. 2. Forshey's report to Senate Committee. New Orleans, J.E. Boehler, 1851.
State of Louisiana. (Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser, principal draughtsman). New York, Julius Bien, 1876.
State of Louisiana. (Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser, principal draughtsman). New York, Julius Bien, 1876.
State of Louisiana. (Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser, principal draughtsman). New York, Julius Bien, 1876.
State of Louisiana. (Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser, principal draughtsman). New York, Julius Bien, 1876.
Suite du Cours du Fleuve St. Louis depuis la Riviere d'Iberville jusqua celle des Yasuos, et les Parties connues de la Riviere Rouge et la Riviere Noire
Suite du Cours du Fleuve St. Louis depuis la Riviere d'Iberville jusqua celle des Yasuos, et les Parties connues de la Riviere Rouge et la Riviere Noire
T. 12 S. R. 12 E. south Eastern dist. La.
T. 12 S. R. 12 E. south Eastern dist. La.
T. 14 S. R. 24 E. Southeastern District of La. West of Mississippi River. Wm. J. McCulloh, Surveyor General, Donaldsonville, La., 1856.
T. 14 S. R. 24 E. Southeastern District of La. West of Mississippi River. Wm. J. McCulloh, Surveyor General, Donaldsonville, La., 1856.
T. 8 S. R. 3 E. South Eastern District La. East of Mississippi River.
T. 8 S. R. 3 E. South Eastern District La. East of Mississippi River.
T.8 S.-R. 3E. Greensburg District. R.W. Boyd, Surveyor General, La., 1852. Donaldsonville.
T.8 S.-R. 3E. Greensburg District. R.W. Boyd, Surveyor General, La., 1852. Donaldsonville.
Topographical and Hydrographical map of the New Orleans and Ship Island Channel.
Topographical and Hydrographical map of the New Orleans and Ship Island Channel.
Topographical map of the state of Louisiana. (Wm. H. Harris, Commissioner.) New Orleans, 1881. Railroad lines drawn in with red ink.
Topographical map of the state of Louisiana. (Wm. H. Harris, Commissioner.) New Orleans, 1881. Railroad lines drawn in with red ink.
Township 15S Range 13E Southeast District, Louisiana, east of the Mississippi River
Township 15S Range 13E Southeast District, Louisiana, east of the Mississippi River
United States. map No. 6. Cady and Burgess, New York, 1847.
United States. map No. 6. Cady and Burgess, New York, 1847.
United States of America
United States of America
Valley of the Red River, LA from Mississippi River to Shreveport illustrating the campaign under Major-General N.P. Banks in the Spring of 1864 prepared to accompany his report from information furnished by Col. John S. Clark, A.D.C. in the Engineer Burea
Valley of the Red River, LA from Mississippi River to Shreveport illustrating the campaign under Major-General N.P. Banks in the Spring of 1864 prepared to accompany his report from information furnished by Col. John S. Clark, A.D.C. in the Engineer Burea

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