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This Old Map of Mississippi shows the landscape of the "Magnolia State" as it appeared in the 1840s. Taken from the Mitchell Atlas, it is a detailed representation of the state that helped found the confederacy in 1861.
In the 19th century Mississippi was one of the Unions greatest producers of cotton. Because of this the only areas of the state that were developed were around the rivers, in order for the cotton to be exported. This Old Map of Mississippi illustrates each of the rivers and towns that played a critical role in Mississippi's industry, at a time when "cotton was king".
Our Old Map of Mississippi makes the perfect gift for any Mississippi native. Placed in a beautiful 16 x 20 frame this map is sure to be a conversation piece of any home.
Framed in a beautiful real wood frame that is approximately 1” wide and ½” thick, old state maps come in various sizes and are carefully packed for delivery.
As this item is a true facsimile of an actual old map there may be slight imperfections which only add to its authenticity.
Please allow 3 - 5 working days for individual print production and hand-framing of the item in addition to shipping time.