John Smith’s “Virginia” map was originally published separately in London in 1612 and then in the 1612 Oxford Publication of John Smith’s A Map of Virginia: With a Description of the Country, the Commodities, People, Government and Religion. Subsequently it appeared in several other works by Smith and other commentators on Virginia. It remained the most influential map of Virginia until the last quarter of the 17th century and many of the place names used by Smith remain in use. This image appears on the map and is one of the earliest recorded.
6.1 oz. 100% preshrunk cotton. Double needle stitched collar, sleeve, and bottom hems. Quarter-turned body.
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