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Virginia described by Captain John Smith and engraved by William Hole, 
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|Image library reference:||MPG 1/284|
|Title:||Virginia described by Captain John Smith and engraved by William Hole, |
|Catalogue context:||John Smith's map of Virginia. The map shows hills and trees in relief, the course of rivers and English and Indian names. The extent of discoveries is shown by a cross at the point reached. The map is decorated by drawings of ships and sea-animals. 1608 (Jamestown Settlement 400th anniversary)|
|Creator:||Maps and plans extracted to flat storage from records of the Colonial Office|
|Size:||2.53MB; 3208 x 2648 pixels; 272 x 224 mm (print at 300 DPI); 849 x 701 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|
|Categories:||Maps and plans|
|Keywords:||International; Forestry; Archives and libraries|
|Usage terms:||Copyright clearance for publication is not required, except in the case of documents in third-party copyright.|