MEXICAN WAR ATLAS CONTAINING NEW AND AUTHENTIC MAPS SHOWING ARMY POST AND CAMPS - MILITARY DEPARTMENTS-NAVY YARDS AND STATIONS- DISTANCES BETWEEN PORTS-INDEX OF MEXICAN CITIES AND TOWNS.

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Mexican War Atlas containing New and Authentic Maps showing Army Post and Camps - Military Departments-Navy Yards and Stations- Distances between Ports-Index of Mexican Cities and Towns.

Typeset and color offset. 1914.
Small folio, 14 1/4 x 10 1/2" (36 x 26.4 cm).
Overall in good condition. Some tattering along edges due to poor quality of paper of the period.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 97403
Price: $165.00
Publisher : Published by the American Machinist, 505 Pearl Street, New York.
Paper wraps. 6 pages. Seven maps. Maps are: North & South America; Mexico; The World on Mercator's Projection; Mexico City; The United States (shown divided into military departments); West Indies; and the United States Canal Zone showing the completed Panama Canal.
Map section printed by C. S. Hammond &, Company, N.Y. Cover and back page printed for the American Machinist, possibly as an extra for their monthly magazine. The interior contents were likely also issued as a separate by C. S. Hammond & Co.

The atlas was produced due to the Mexican Revolution, a major armed struggle, lasting roughly from 1910 to 1920.
Maps , Atlases