This 1839 “Tourist’s Pocket Map of Michigan” once exhibited more than its internal improvements, roads and distances. First published by S. Augustus Mitchell in 1834, the map went through a variety changes from its original publication date to 1846. It was called a “Tourist’s Pocket Map” as a result of its literal function. It could be folded into a small 12×7.5 inch booklet that could fit into any tourist’s pocket; the original is 18×22 inches. If you need permission to publish please contact us at email@example.com or click here.
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