Map of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, State of Magdalena, United States of Colombia [cartographic material] : from a survey by Mr. F. A. A. Simons, 1881 / Edwd. Weller, Litho.

Author
Sharbau, H. (Henry) [Browse]
Format
Map
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Edward Stanford, 1881.
Description
  • Scale [ca. 1:792,000] ; (W 74°55'--W 72°25'/N 11°50'--N 8°45').
  • 1 map : col. ; 44 X 35 cm.

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  • Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.
  • "The National Territory of the Nevada and Motilones is indicated by a yellow line; that of the Goajira by a red line." Boundary of State of Magdalena shown in blue.
  • Wetlands surrounding Rio Magdalena shown graphically.
  • Includes table of geographical abbreviations and settlement symbols used.
  • Includes inset map: Part of South America, showing the position of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
  • From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 3 (1881), no. 12, pp. 705-23; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
With
Issued to accompany article: On the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta and its watershed (State of Magdalena, U. S. of Colombia) / by F. A. A. Simons. Read before the Royal Geographical Society, November 14, 1881.
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Other title(s)
South America: Map of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, State of Magdalena, United States of Columbia, from a survey by Mr. F. A. A. Simons, 1881.
In
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography Vol. 3 (1881), no. 12, p. 705-23, facing page 763. London : Edward Stanford
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