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MILLS’ ATLAS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1825

In 1825, architect Robert Mills compiled an atlas of the 28 South Carolina districts. This reprint of Mills' classic work contains the 28 district maps, a colorful state map, a chronological history (1662-1825), and an extensive index.  This edition, introduced by Charles E. Lee, former director of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, is bound in simulated leather with silver stamping.  The maps are printed on fine quality, uncoated, natural, acid free paper.  Eight maps are folded, the rest are flat.  The state map contains a 10" x 8 3/4" color map surrounded by a wealth of geographical, statistical, and historical information.  Individual maps are suitable for framing. A limited number of this edition has been printed.

 

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South Carolina History Series Maps

Designed to illustrate the phases of development of South Carolina, this set of wall maps is a teaching aide suitable for use in all South Carolina history classes. Each map is printed on laminated paper with eye-catching colors making them durable and attractive as well as educational. The large, easy-to-read type and the bold boundary lines make them more accessible to students. Each map contains information about a particular era in South Carolina’s history. Specific points of fact are set in bordered boxes to the sides of the central map. For ease of classroom display, the maps have grommets in the upper corners for hanging. A helpful supplement to the teaching of South Carolina history, these seven maps are available as a set or can be purchased individually.