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Early Maps of the American South
— Collections: PRO, Colonial Office, North America, CO 700


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This page contains manuscript maps in the collections of The National Archives, Kew (U.K.), formerly known as the Public Record Office, cataloged in the series "CO 700 / North American Colonies." In 1916, when Archer Hulbert published many of these maps, this collection was housed at Colonial Office Library in London. The entries are arranged by subseries:

  1. North American Colonies General
  2. Carolina
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Louisiana
  6. Virginia

Within each subseries the maps are arranged in order by catalog number. Most of these maps are reproduced in Hulbert (1916), Series III. Arthur H. Clark Co., Cleveland. Click here for a complete list of bibliographic sources cited below.

Only manuscript maps are listed here. To see a complete catalog of the maps in each category, including the prints, click on the "PRO subseries inventory" link next to the approriate heading.

Useful indexes to the cartographic collections at the PRO are available in:

  • Maps and Plans in the Public Record Office. Volume 2: America and West Indies, edited by Peter A. Penfold. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London (1974). [GB]
     
  • Manuscript Maps Relating to North America and the West Indies in the Public Record Office, London. 2 vols. Microform Imaging, Ltd.
    • Part 1. The Revolutionary Era (1980). [PDF]
    • Part 2. The Colonial Era (1989). [PDF]

[The documents on this site were compiled by Vincas P. Steponaitis. Please email comments and suggestions to him at vps@email.unc.edu.]
 


A.   North American Colonies General [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Anonymous
    [ca. 1718]: [Map of a portion of North America from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, and from the River Mississipi to the Atlantic Ocean.] [Manuscript copy of L'Isle 1718.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 1-4.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 1.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 1.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:1] [Hulbert, III:2] [Hulbert, III:3] [Hulbert, III:4] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  2. Anonymous
    [17..]: A Sketch of the confluance or streigts between Lake Huron and Michigan, etc. [Inset:] Plan of the Stockaid Garrison of Michillimakinac, situate in Lattitude 45° 15' North-West. Longitude from London, 84°. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 5-6.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 2.] [PRO catalog (main), (inset)] [Hulbert, III:5] [Hulbert, III:6]
     
  3. Anonymous
    [ca. 1760]: [Outline of the shores of Lakes Erie, Huron and Michigan.] [The presence of Fort Pitt dates this map between 1759 and 1774; Dunbar's camp refers to an encampment during Braddock's defeat in 1755.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 3.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 3.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, top half] [PRO (d), top half] [PRO, bottom half] [PRO (d), bottom half]
     
  4. Anonymous [Catawba] [SEM 193]
    [ca. 1721]: A Map Describing the Situation of the several Nations of Indians between South Carolina and the Massisipi River; was Copyed from a Draught Drawn & Painted upon a Deer Skin by an Indian Cacique: and Presented to Francis Nicholson Esqr. Governor of Carolina. [The assigned date follows Waselkov. Cumming places this map ca. 1724.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 7-8.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 6/1.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 6.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  5. Anonymous [Chickasaw?] [SEM 192]
    [ca. 1723:] A Map Describing the Situation of the several Nations of Indians between South Carolina and the Massisipi River; was Copyed from a Draught Drawn & Painted upon a Deer Skin by an Indian Cacique: and Presented to Francis Nicholson Esqr. Governour of Carolina. [The assigned date follows Waselkov. Cumming places this map ca. 1724.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 6/2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 6.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [LSM (t)] [AAS (t)]
     
  6. Barnwell, John (ca. 1671-1724) [SEM 184]
    [ca. 1721]: [Map of part of North America from Cape Charles to the Mouth of the River Mississipi.] [Reproduced in Cumming 1958 (1st edition), pl. 48.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 7.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 7.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Cumming (p)] [LC photo]

  7. Purcell, Joseph; Stuart, John (1718-1779) [SEM 438A]
    [1775]: A map of the Southern Indian district of North America. Compiled under the direction of John Stuart Esqr. His Majesty's Superintendant of Indian Affairs and by him Humbly inscribed to the Earl of Darmouth. His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the colonies... [Upper right corner:] This Map of the Southern Indian District of North America wase compiled under the direction of the Hon. John Stuart Esqr. His Majesty's Superintendant of Indian Affairs in said District. By Joseph Purcell. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 12.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 12.] [PRO catalog] [UGa catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, tile 3] [PRO (d), tile 3] [PRO, tile 4] [PRO (d), tile 4] [PRO, tile 5] [PRO (d), tile 5] [PRO, tile 6] [PRO (d), tile 6] [PRO, tile 7] [PRO (d), tile 7] [PRO, tile 8] [PRO (d), tile 8] [UGa photo, composite]
  8. Purcell, Joseph; Brown, Thomas
    1781: A new Map of the Southern District of North America from surveys taken by the compiler and others, from accounts of travellers and from the best authorities, etc. Compiled in 1781 for Lieut. Colonel Thomas Brown, H.M.'s Superintendent of Indian Affairs, etc. By Joseph Purcell. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 15.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 15.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, tile 3] [PRO (d), tile 3] [PRO, tile 4] [PRO (d), tile 4] [PRO, tile 5] [PRO (d), tile 5] [PRO, tile 6] [PRO (d), tile 6] [RLA photo]
     
  9. Anonymous
    1790: Map of a part of North America, showing proposed new western states. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 9-12.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / North American Colonies General 23.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), North America 23.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:9] [Hulbert, III:10] [Hulbert, III:11] [Hulbert, III:12]
     

B.   Carolina [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Anonymous [Beresford, Richard?] [SEM 157]
    [ca. 1715]: [Map of North and South Carolina and Florida.] [Inset:] A Map of New France containing Canada, Louisiana &c. in North America ... by H. Moll. [Moore (1988:23) tentatively attributes this map to Richard Beresford, a member of the Board of Commissioners of the Indian Trade in South Carolina.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 13-16.] [Reproduced in Cumming 1998, pl. 46A; called the "Indian Villages" map.] [Reproduced in Moore 1988, map 3; called the "Richard Beresford map."] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 3.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 3.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:13] [Hulbert, III:14] [Hulbert, III:15] [Hulbert, III:16] [Hulbert, composite] [Cumming (p)] [LC photo]
     
  2. Anonymous
    [ca. 1715]: Map of Carolina. Showing the route of the forces sent in the years 1711, 1712, and 1713, from South Carolina to the relief of North Carolina, and in 1715 of the forces sent from North Carolina to the assistance of South Carolina, also showing the controverted bounds between Virginia and Carolina. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 17-18.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 4.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 4.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [NCSA photo] [Hulbert, III:17] [Hulbert, III:18]
     
  3. Anonymous
    1721: Mapp of Beaufort in South Carolina, 1721. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 19-20.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 5.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 5.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:19] [Hulbert, III:20]
     
  4. Herbert, John
    1721: The Ichonography or plann of the fortification of Charlestown and the streets, with the names of the bastions, quantity of acres of land, number of gunns and weight of their shot. By his excellency's faithful and obedient servant, John Herbert, October 27, 1721. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 21.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 6.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 6.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:21]
     
  5. Holton, Robert; Rowan, Mathew; Moseley, Edward (1682-1749)
    1735: A Map of the division line between the Provinces of North and South Carolina, containing thirty miles along the Sea Coast from the Mouth of Cape fear River, and from thence continued on a N.W. Course for sixty-two miles and one quarter. Survey'd in the presence Robert Holton, Matthew Rowan and Edward Moseley, Commissioners on the part of North Carolina. By W. Gray, Surveyor [Reproduced in McNamara 2012: Fig. 8.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 8.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 8.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [McNamara (p)]
     
  6. Hawks, John
    [ca. 1767]: Plan and elevation of the North front of the Governor's House to be built at Newbern, North Carolina. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 10.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 10.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)]
     
  7. Hawks, John
    1746: Plan showing part of the southern boundary of the lands granted the 17th day of September, anno dom. 1744, by H.M. King George the second to the right honourable John, Lord Carteret, now Earl Granville, as the same was laid out and marked in the months of March, April and October, anno dom. 1746, by Eleazer Allen, Mathew Rowan, William Forbes and George Gould, Esqrs., commissioners on the part of His Majesty, and Edward Moseley, James Hassell, George Moore and John Swann, Esq., and certified by the same the 10th day of January, anno dom. 1746. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 22-24.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 15.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 15.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:22] [Hulbert, III:23] [Hulbert, III:24]
     
  8. Anonymous
    [ca. 1750]: Sketch map of the rivers Santee, Congaree, Wateree, Saludee, &c., with the road to the Cuttauboes. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 25-26.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 16.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 16.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:25] [Hulbert, III:26]
     
  9. Haig, George
    1752: Map showing the Indian country west of Carolina. By Capt. George Haigh. May 27th 1752. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 27-30.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 17.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 17.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:27] [Hulbert, III:28] [Hulbert, III:29] [Hulbert, III:30]
     
  10. Bonar, William [SEM 306]
    1757: A Draught of the Creek Nation. The Above Draught Taken in the Nation May 1757 by William Bonar. [Reproduced in Cumming 1998, pl. 59E.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 21.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 21.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Cumming] [RLA photo]
     
  11. Anonymous [Cumming 330]
    [ca. 1763]: Sketch Map of North and South Carolina, Georgia and part of Florida. MS. 6 miles to 1 inch. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 23.] [PRO catalog] [LC photo 1] [LC photo 2]
     
  12. Boone, Thomas; Wyly, Samuel
    1764: A Map of the Catawba Indians land surveyed agreeable to an agreement made with them by his Majesty's governors of South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia, and Superintendent of Indian Affairs, at a Congress lately held at Augusta by his majesty's special command. Surveyed by order of his excellency, Thomas Boon, esq. Executed and certifyed by me this 22nd day of February, 1764. Saml. Wyly. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 31-34.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 24.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 24.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Hulbert, III:31] [Hulbert, III:32] [Hulbert, III:33] [Hulbert, III:34]
     
  13. Moore, J.; Pawley, George; Wyly, Samuel; Mackay, Arthur; Dobbs, Arthur (1689-1765)
    1764: A Plan of the temporary boundary-line between the provinces of North and South Carolina, run agreeable to the instruction given us by ... Arthur Dobbs, Esq., Governor of North Carolina and ... William Bull, Esq., Lieut.-Governor of South Carolina, and finished ; as witness our hands this 24th September, 1764. Ja. Moore, George Pawley, Saml. Wyly, Arthur Mackay, Survrs.. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 35-42.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 25.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 25.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:35] [Hulbert, III:36] [Hulbert, III:37] [Hulbert, III:38] [Hulbert, III:39] [Hulbert, III:40] [Hulbert, III:41] [Hulbert, III:42]
     
  14. Wilkinson, Edward; Pickens, John
    1766: Boundary line between the province of South Carolina and the Cherokee Indian country, marked out in the presence of the head men of the upper, middle, and lower Cherokee towns, whose hands and seals are affixed. Done at Fort Prince George, 8th May, 1766. Edward Wilkinson, commissioner. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 43-44.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Carolina 26.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Carolina 26.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Hulbert, III:43] [Hulbert, III:44]
     

C.   Florida [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Bull, William (1683-1755) [SEM 237] [cf. Jackson 265]
    [1738]: This Chart was transmitted by Colo. Bull (President & Comander in Chief of South Carolina) with his Representation to the Board of Trade, dated the 25th of May 1738. Recd. July ye 27th 1738. [Reproduced in Chatelain (1941), map 8.] [Copy of Barnwell 1721.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 2.] [PRO catalog] [NCSA photo (w)] [NCSA photo (d)] [Chatelain (p)] [LC photo]
  2. [Marigny de Mandeville, Antoine Phillipe de (1722-1779)]
    [1763:] Carte composée des differens ouvrages de Messieurs les Ingénieurs qui ont été à la Lousianne, avec les renvois alphabétiques de chaque partie / par Phillippe de Mandeville. [Dedication:] Dediée a Monsigneur le Duc de Choiseul Pair de France, Secretaire d'Etat, Ministre de la Guerre et de la Marine. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 47-50.] [South half of larger map; north half is PRO, CO 700 / Louisiana 2.] [Title and dedication appear in north half only.] [PRO catalog title is "Sketch map (French) of the Delta of the River Mississipi."] [Copy of Marigny 1763, SHD-M, recueil 69, no. 33.] [Cf. Broutin et al. 1740, Broutin fils 1764, Marigny 1743, Marigny 1763 (various).] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 4.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 4.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:47] [Hulbert, III:48] [Hulbert, III:49] [Hulbert, III:50] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  3. Anonymous
    1763: Plan and sections of the Fort at Pensacola, 1763. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 51-52.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 5.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 5.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:51] [Hulbert, III:52] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  4. Anonymous
    1763: Sketch of the Castle of St. Augustin, with MS. notes. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 53.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 6.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 6.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:53]
     
  5. Gordon, John; Moncrief, James (1744-1793)
    [ca. 1764]: Map of part of east Florida from St. John River to Bay of Mosquitos, showing names of proprietors of estates ... drawn from the originall plan of John Gordon, Esquire, given to Governor Grant. Jas. Moncrief, engineer. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 54-57.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 7.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 7.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [Hulbert, III:54] [Hulbert, III:55] [Hulbert, III:56] [Hulbert, III:57]
     
  6. Moncrief, James (1744-1793)
    [ca. 1765]: Plan of Fort Picalata on St. John's River, distant from St. Augustine seven leagues. By James Moncrief. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 58.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 9.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 9.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:58]
     
  7. Moncrief, James (1744-1793)
    [ca. 1765]: A Plan of the fort and harbour of Matanzas, distant from St. Augustine five leagues. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 59-60.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 10.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 10.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:59] [Hulbert, III:60]
     
  8. Moncrief, James (1744-1793)
    [ca. 1765]: Plan of the Harbour of Musquitos, distant from St. Augustine 72 miles. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 61-62.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 11.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 11.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:61] [Hulbert, III:62]
     
  9. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Plans, elevations and sections of one of the block houses proposed for the defence of the town of Pensacola. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 63-65.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 12.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 12.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:63] [Hulbert, III:64] [Hulbert, III:65]
     
  10. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    1765: Plan of the new town of Panzacola. By Elias Durnford. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 66-68.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 13.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 13.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:66] [Hulbert, III:67] [Hulbert, III:68]
     
  11. Moncrief, James (1744-1793)
    [ca. 1765]: Sketch of part of the coast of East Florida from St. Augustine to the Bay of Musquitos. By James Moncrief, engineer. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 69-70.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 14.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 14.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:69] [Hulbert, III:70]
     
  12. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Sketch map of the River Iberville. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 71-72.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 16.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 16.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:71] [Hulbert, III:72]
     
  13. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Chart of Pensacola Bay. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 73-75.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 17.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 17.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:73] [Hulbert, III:74] [Hulbert, III:75]
     
  14. Brasier, William
    [ca. 1765]: Sketch showing the King's ground at St. Augustine. By W. Brasier. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 76-78.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 19.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 19.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:76] [Hulbert, III:77] [Hulbert, III:78]
     
  15. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    [ca. 1765]: Plan of the New Town of Pensacola and country adjacent, shewing the gardens and situation of the Blockhouses. Surveyed, etc., by Elias Durnford. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 20/1.] [PRO catalog] [PRO, left half] [PRO (d), left half] [PRO, right half] [PRO (d), right half]
     
  16. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: A Plan of the city, harbour, fortifications and environs of Saint Augustine. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 79.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 20/2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 21.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:79]
     
  17. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: A Sketch of the Harbours near Cape Florida with some account of the Harbours, etc. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 80.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 22.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 22.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:80]
     
  18. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Sketch of the city and environs of St. Augustine. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 81.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 23.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 23.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:81]
     
  19. Pittman, Philip
    [1765]: Plan of Mobile. Surveyed by Ph. Pittman. [Lower left corner:] Copy by W. Brasier. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 25.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 25.] [PRO catalog] [PRO (d)]
     
  20. Pittman, Philip
    [1765]: Plan of Fort Rosalia. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 82.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 26.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 26.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:82] [LC photo] [LC photo] [JVF photo]
     
  21. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: A Draught of the River Mobile [from Mobile to Tombecbé.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 83-87.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 28.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 28.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [Hulbert, III:83] [Hulbert, III:84] [Hulbert, III:85] [Hulbert, III:86] [Hulbert, III:87]
     
  22. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Sketch of the Bay of Pensecola. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 88.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 30.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 30.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:88]
     
  23. Anonymous
    [ca. 1765]: Plan of Fort Tombeckbee. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 89.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 31.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 31.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:89]
     
  24. Anonymous
    [ca. 1766]: A Plan of the bar and the entrance of the harbour of Mobile .... [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 90.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 33.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 33.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:90]
     
  25. Stork, William
    [1767]: A New Map of East Florida. By William Stork. NB: The Eastern Coast is taken by permission of the Honble. Board of Trade from a late actual survey of the Surveyor General of the South District of North America. P. Andrews, Sculp. [Print.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 34.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)]
     
  26. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    [ca. 1770]: Map of the Mississipi River, from the River Iberville to the North boundary line of the Province of West Florida on the River Yazous. With reference to the lands surveyed and granted on the River Mississipi and parts adjacent. Showing also list of Proprietors. Surveyed by Captain Elias Durnford, Engineer. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 38.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, tile 3] [PRO (d), tile 3] [PRO, tile 4] [PRO (d), tile 4]
     
  27. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    [ca. 1770]: Field survey of the River Mobile and part of the Rivers Alabama and Tensa, with different settlements and lands marked thereon. The old settlements made by the French are marked with black, those granted by the English are marked red. With a schedule. Surveyed by Elias Durnford, engineer. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 91-95.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 40.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 40.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:91] [Hulbert, III:92] [Hulbert, III:93] [Hulbert, III:94] [Hulbert, III:95]
     
  28. Anonymous
    [ca. 1770]: Plan of the castle and the bar at Matansas. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 96.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 43.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 43.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:96]
     
  29. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    1771: Plan of the River Mississipi from the River Yasous to the River Ibberville in West Florida. Showing lands granted and names of proprietors. With a schedule. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 97-100.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 45.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 45.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:97] [Hulbert, III:98] [Hulbert, III:99] [Hulbert, III:100] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  30. Durnford, Elias (1739-1794)
    [ca. 1771]: Sketch map of part of Rivers Iberville, Amit, and Comit. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 101-107.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 49.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 49.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:101] [Hulbert, III:102] [Hulbert, III:103] [Hulbert, III:104] [Hulbert, III:105] [Hulbert, III:106] [Hulbert, III:107]
     
  31. [De Brahm, John Gerar William (1717-ca. 1799)]
    [ca. 1775]: A Survey of the part of the Eastern Coast of East Florida from St. Mary's Inlet to Mount Halifax. Showing the ascertained boundary between East Florida and the Creek Indians. [Comprises part of De Brahm's 25-foot-lomg "General Map," along with PRO, CO 700 / Florida 3 (see De Vorsey 1971, pp. 272-272).] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 53.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 53.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, tile 3] [PRO (d), tile 3] [PRO, tile 4] [PRO (d), tile 4] [PRO, tile 5] [PRO (d), tile 5] [PRO, tile 6] [PRO (d), tile 6]
     
  32. Purcell, Joseph; Stuart, John (1718-1779)
    1778: A Map of the Road from Pensacola in Wt. Florida to St. Augustine in East Florida. From a Survey made by order of the late Hon. Col. John Stuart Esq. His Majesty's Superintendt. of Indian Affairs. Southern District in 1778. By Joseph Purcell. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 108-115.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 54.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 54.] [UGa photo, Hargrett Library, hmap 1778p7.] [PRO catalog] [UGa catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, tile 3] [PRO (d), tile 3] [UGa photo, composite] [Hulbert, III:108] [Hulbert, III:109] [Hulbert, III:110] [Hulbert, III:111] [Hulbert, III:112] [Hulbert, III:113] [Hulbert, III:114] [Hulbert, III:115]
     
  33. Purcell, Joseph
    1779: Map of the boundary line of the lands ceded to His Majesty by Chactaw Indians, from the north boundary of West Florida on the Yazo River to the River Pasca Ocoola in two sheets. Certified at Pensacola the 24th day of June, 1779, by Joseph Purcell, Surveyor. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 116-125.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 56.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 56.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:116] [Hulbert, III:117] [Hulbert, III:118] [Hulbert, III:119] [Hulbert, III:120] [Hulbert, III:121] [Hulbert, III:122] [Hulbert, III:123] [Hulbert, III:124] [Hulbert, III:125]
     
  34. Anonymous
    [ca. 1785]: Spanish map of part of east Florida. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 126-128.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 57.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 57.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:126] [Hulbert, III:127] [Hulbert, III:128]
     
  35. Anonymous
    [ca. 1785]: [Spanish map of a portion of the inland parts of East Florida]. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 129-130.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 58.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 58.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:129] [Hulbert, III:130]
     
  36. Anonymous
    [ca. 1785]: [Spanish map of Bahia de Tampa]. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 131.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Florida 59.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Florida 59.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:131]
     

D.   Georgia [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Barnwell, John (ca. 1671-1724)
    1721: Map of part of the north branch of the River Alatamaha. By J. Barnwell. August 29th, 1721. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 2.] [PRO catalog] [GA photo]
     
  2. Anonymous
    [ca. 1722]: A Plan of King George's Fort at Allatamaha, South Carolina [now Georgia]. Latitude 31o12' North. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 132.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 4/1.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 4(1).] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:132] [GA photo]
     
  3. Anonymous
    1722: Copy of the Colours belonging to the Swiss Company given them by the Missisipi Company in France. Received from Mr. Young, Agent for South Carolina, December 4th, 1722. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 4/2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 4(2).] [PRO catalog] [GA photo]
     
  4. Sollard, Captain
    [ca. 1722]: Plan of Fort King George and part of the Alatamaha River. With an abstract of the journall of the voyage from Fort George in South Carolina to St. Simon's Island and Barr in the 'Elizabeth' Sloop, Captain Sollard, Commander. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 133-134.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 5.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 5.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:133] [Hulbert, III:134] [GA photo]
     
  5. Anonymous
    1722: The Ishnography or plan of Fort King George. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 135-136.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 7.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 7.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:135] [Hulbert, III:136]
     
  6. Anonymous
    [ca. 1722]: Sketch plan of Fort King George in Georgia. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 137.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 8.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 8.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:137]
     
  7. Anonymous
    [ca. 1735]: A Plan of the town of Charlottenbourg. [Charlottenbourg, Georgia was never built.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 138.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 9.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 9.] [UGa copy traced from PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1735c47b.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:138] [UGa fine copy]
     
  8. Anonymous
    [ca. 1735]: A plan of the town of Charlottenbourg. [Charlottenbourg, Georgia was never built.] [UGa copy traced from PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1735c47a.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 9A.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 9.] [PRO catalog] [UGa fine copy]
     
  9. Anonymous
    [ca. 1735]: A plan of the township of Charlottenbourg on the south side of the River Alatamaha in Georgia. [Charlottenbourg, Georgia was never built.] [UGa copy traced from PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1735c47c.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 10.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 10.] [PRO catalog] [UGa fine copy]
     
  10. De Brahm, John Gerar William (1717-ca. 1799)
    1755: The profile of the whole citadelle of Frederica ... ; Profile to the projects for Savannah & Hardwick ... / by William de Brahm. [UGa copy is ms. reduction of the PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1755d4.] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 139-140.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 11.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 11.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:139] [Hulbert, III:140] [UGa fine copy]
     
  11. De Brahm, John Gerar William (1717-ca. 1799) [SEM 289]
    1756: A map of the inhabited part of Georgia, laid down to shew the latitudes & longitudes of ye places that are proposed to be fortified, in order to judge of there communications / by William De Brahm. [UGa has ms. copy of the PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1756d4.] [On reverse of UGa copy: "Inhabited part of Georgia; Recd with Govr. Reynolds letter of 5 Jan. 1756; Recd and read April 28, 1756."] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 12.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 12.] [PRO catalog] [UGa fine copy]
     
  12. Wright, Thomas (ca. 1740-1812) [SEM 333]
    1763: A Map of Georgia and Florida : Taken from the latest & most Accurate Surveys Delineated & drawn by a Scale of 69 English Miles to a Degree of Latitude by Thomas Wright, 1763. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 141-143.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 13.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 13.] [UGa has ms. copy of the PRO original; Hargrett Library, hmap1763w7.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:141] [Hulbert, III:142] [Hulbert, III:143] [Hulbert, composite] [UGa fine copy] [RLA photo]
     
  13. Savery, Samuel
    1769: Sketch of the boundary line as it is now mark'd between the afforesaid Province [of Georgia] and the Creek Indian Nation. By Saml. Savery, D. Surveyor, 14th January, 1769. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 144-147.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Georgia 14.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Georgia 14.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2] [PRO, list] [PRO (d), list] [Hulbert, III:144] [Hulbert, III:145] [Hulbert, III:146] [Hulbert, III:147]
     

E.   Louisiana [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Marigny de Mandeville, Antoine Phillipe de (1722-1779)
    [1763:] Carte composée des differens ouvrages de Messieurs les Ingénieurs qui ont été à la Lousianne, avec les renvois alphabétiques de chaque partie / par Phillippe de Mandeville. [Dedication:] Dediée a Monsigneur le Duc de Choiseul Pair de France, Secretaire d'Etat, Ministre de la Guerre et de la Marine. [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 148-151.] [North half of larger map; south half is PRO, CO 700 / Florida 4.] [Copy of Marigny 1763, SHD-M, recueil 69, no. 33.] [Cf. Broutin et al. 1740, Broutin fils 1764, Marigny 1743, Marigny 1763 (various).] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Louisiana 2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Louisiana 2.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:148] [Hulbert, III:149] [Hulbert, III:150] [Hulbert, III:151] [Hulbert, composite]
     
  2. [Marigny de Mandeville, Antoine Phillipe de (1722-1779)]
    [1763:] Partie de la carte à grands points. [PRO catalog title is "Sketch plan of part of the Coast of Louisiana. (French)."] [Map copied from the inset in Marigny 1763, SHD-M, recueil 69, no. 33; other sheets copied from this map in PRO, CO 700 are Louisiana 2 and Florida 4.] [Cf. Broutin et al. 1740, Broutin fils 1764, Marigny 1743, Marigny 1763 (various).] [Reproduced in Hulbert (1907-16), ser. III, pl. 152-153.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Louisiana 3.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Louisiana 3.] [PRO catalog] [Hulbert, III:152] [Hulbert, III:153] [Hulbert, composite]
     

F.   Virginia [PRO subseries inventory]:
  1. Hughes, Price [SEM 174]
    [1720]: A Map of the Conntry adjacent to the River Misisipi. Copied (by A.S. [Alexander Spotswood]) from the original draught of Mr Hughes. MS. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 2.] [Formerly Colonial Office Library (London), Virginia 2.] [PRO catalog] [LC photo] [LC photo]
     
  2. Mayo, William
    1728: A Map of the boundary between Virginia and Carolina laid out by His Majesty's order and assent of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina in the year 1728. Delineated by Wm. Mayo. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 4.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, left half] [PRO (d), left half] [PRO, right half] [PRO (d), right half] [PRO, verso] [PRO (d), verso]
     
  3. Mayo, William
    1728: A Map of the boundary between Virginia and Carolina laid out by His Majesty's order and assent of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina in the year 1728. Delineated by Wm. Mayo. [Compare with CO 700 / Virginia 4.] [DDL fine copy by James A. Burt for W. M. Darlington Esq. from the original in the Public Record Office, London (Board of Trade Maps vol. 12, no. 10), 14 January 1887.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 5/2.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [DDL fine copy, W half] [DDL fine copy, E half] [DDL fine copy, composite]
     
  4. Anonymous
    1731: Virginia. Draught of a tract of land petitioned for by Sir Wm. Keith and others. Received with the Duke of Newcastle's letter of ye 30 of August 1731, mentioned in ye minutes of ye 10th of that month. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 7.] [PRO catalog] [GB] [DDL (fine copy)]
     
  5. Mayo, William
    1737: A Map of the Northern Neck in Virginia, the Territory of Right Hon Thomas, Lord Fairfax situate between the Rivers Patomack and Rappahanock according to a late survey. Drawn in 1737 by William Mayo. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 8.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)]
     
  6. Anonymous
    1782: The courses of the rivers Rappahannock and Potowmack in Virginia as surveyed according to Order in the Years 1736 & 1737. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 9.] [PRO catalog] [DDL (fine copy)]
     
  7. Jefferson, Peter; Brooke, Robert; Winslow, Benjamin; Lewis, Thomas
    1747: A Map of the northern neck in Virginia, according to an actual survey begun in the year MDCCXXXVI, and ended in the year MDCCXLVI. Drawn by Peter Jefferson and Robert Brooke, Surveyors. [Right of Cartouche:] Benj. Winslon and Thomas Lewis, Surveyors. [Bottom of map:] Having examined and compared this map with one drawn by the former Commissioners, we do certify it to be truly drawn and we haved caused the line now surveyed and marked A C to be added [signed by] Th. Fairfax, H. Beverley, Joshua Fry, Lunsford Lomax, Peter Hedgman" [Below cartouche:] Receiv'd Aug'st ye 10th 1747 with Sir Wm. Good's letter to ye Board of Trade, dated the 10th of June 1747. [Reproduced in Taliaferro 2014: Fig. 5.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 11.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [DDL fine copy, N half] [DDL fine copy, S half] [DDL fine copy, composite] [Taliaferro (p)]
     
  8. [Mercer, John]
    1752: A Larger sketch of the Ohio etc. relating to the Ohio Company's Lands. [DDL: "Part of the Ohio River, showing the falls, the Great Conhaway alias Wood's alias New River, Monongaly River, Shurtees Creek, Fort Du Quesne, part of Lake Erie, etc. and the courses of Christopher Gist's first and second tours. Other title: Map of Christopher Gist's tours of western Pennsylvania."] [Taliaferro 2014 attributes this map to John Mercer.] [Reproduced in Taliaferro 2014: Fig. 19.] [Reproduced in Lois Mulkearn (ed., 1954), George Mercer Papers Relating to the Ohio Company of Virginia, facing p. 72. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh.] [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 13.] [PRO catalog] [DDL fine copy] [Taliaferro (p)]
     
  9. Donelson, John
    1771: Plan of the Boundary line between Virginia and the Cherokee Indians hunting grounds. By John Donelson, Surveyor, 26 May 1771. [Public Record Office (UK), CO 700 / Virginia 19.] [PRO catalog] [PRO] [PRO (d)] [PRO, tile 1] [PRO (d), tile 1] [PRO, tile 2] [PRO (d), tile 2]