This bloodstained map depicting the Mississippi River Basin was owned by David Starr Hoyt, an abolitionist murdered by pro-slavery forces near Lawrence, Kansas, in August 1856.
A bloodstained map, black ink on white paper, depicting the Mississippi River Basin, an area that includes contemporary Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and Kansas. The map was reportedly owned by David Hoyt, an abolitionist who died supporting the cause.
Map of the city of Fallujah. Map includes roads, topography, rivers, lakes, and strategic sites and text. Text is largely in black indicating various types of information. At the bottom of the map in the lower fourth is the map legend with the scale, glossary, conversion graph, elevation, slope guide, and printer information listed.
A cloth handkerchief with a white background and blue border. The handkerchief is printed on one side with a color map of Seoul, South Korea which highlights different venues related to the 1988 Summer Olympics. To the left and below the map are keys for the map. An image of the Seoul Olympic Stadium is printed in the bottom left, while in the top right there is a globe composed of national flags. The reverse is printed with the biblical verse John 3:16 in English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, French, Russian, and Korean. In the lower right corner is an advertisement and schedule for the ['88 World Evangelization Crusade / International Mission Rally].
A large wall map of the United States in 1862 printed in black ink and hand colored with the major borders in red. There are many inset views, portraits of the Presidents in the borders, and thematic inset maps and charts including: Table of air-line distance, major crops, zoological distribution, weather patterns, geological, time differences, and church accommodations distinguished in varying pastel colors by state.