C1876

Plan of the Southern Portion of the Province of South Australia as Divided into Counties and Hundreds Showing Agricultural Areas Post Towns, Telegraph Stations, Main Roads and Railways; Compiled from Official Documents in the office of the Surveyor

Very detailed large scale map of South Australia divided into hundreds and showing the agricultural areas. In this map, the ‘southern portion‘, refers to the fact that in 1863 the northern portion of Australia that later became known as the … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Plan of the Southern Portion of the Province of South Australia as Divided into Counties and Hundreds Showing Agricultural Areas Post Towns, Telegraph Stations, Main Roads and Railways; Compiled from Official Documents in the office of the Surveyor

Date:

C1876

Condition:

in good condition. Laid onto archival linen.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

550mm 
x 800mm

Paper Size: 

575mm 
x 820mm
AUTHENTICITY
Plan of the Southern Portion of the Province of South Australia as Divided into Counties and Hundreds Showing Agricultural Areas Post Towns, Telegraph Stations, Main Roads and Railways; Compiled from Official Documents in the office of the Surveyor - Antique Map from 1876

Genuine antique
dated:

1876

Description:

Very detailed large scale map of South Australia divided into hundreds and showing the agricultural areas. In this map, the ‘southern portion‘, refers to the fact that in 1863 the northern portion of Australia that later became known as the Northern Territory, was annexed to the colony of South Australia. In January 1911 it was transferred to the Commonwealth.

Collections:
National Library Australia: Bib ID 273771 (Incorrectly dated 1887)

Edward Weller (1819 - 1884)

Weller was a very active English cartographer of which little is known of his personal life although he produced a number of important maps and was elected a member of the Royal Geographical Society.

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