This image is a map of the state of Alabama, showing the general geographical, political, and administrative features in 1823. Boundaries and lands inhabited by the native Indians – Creeks, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Choctaw – are outlined. Rivers are drawn clearly. Relief is shown by hachure. Counties are highlighted by colors. Cities, towns, and forts are labeled. Roads are depicted and labeled. This map is an original printed copy and is encapsulated. It is in good condition.
Alabama 1823 Map
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