PART OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
J. RapkinH. WarrenJ. Rogers
A map of a portion of the state of South Australia, concentrating on its capital Adelaide, with brightly hand-coloured county borders. Relief is shown, along with descriptions of certain terrains. An engraving of the Great Seal of South Australia is present in the bottom left corner; a view of Adelaide is shown, along with engravings of Natives on a catamaran, a dingo, and a nymphicus (cockatiel).
The scale bar is in miles, and Greenwich is used for the prime meridian; the scale was calculated from the map's scale bar and the coordinates were obtained via georeferencing.
John Tallis & Company
London, New York
1 map : outline color ; 30 x 22 cm
134.983; 1.9.832; -36.215; -30.723
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
DA 16 M3 1851
The British Colonies
v. 2 Australia; Book IV - South Australia, after pg. 652
The London Printing and Pub. Co.
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