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This Old Map of Missouri provides a look at what the state looked like during the height of its immigration.
The land that the state of Missouri covers was bought from France as part of the Louisiana purchase. The territory joined the Union and became the 24th state in 1821. Missouri quickly became an important state because as you can see illustrated on this Old Map of Missouri three of the largest rivers in the US intersect here, the Mississippi River, the Missouri River, and the Ohio River, making the state a crucial part of trade and exportation.
Our Old Map of Missouri makes the perfect gift for any fans of early American history. The map will add a stylish touch to any home or office.
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.