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A new and exact map of the island of Antigua in America, according to a survey made in the years 1746-1748
The title continues: Describing the limits and boundaries of the several parishes, with the churches, also the divisions with their respective boundaries, high roads, jury paths, the situation of every gentleman's plantation, mills, works and houses, with the harbours, bays, creeks, islands, rocks, shoals & soundings that surround the whole. Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Robert Baker was Surveyor General of Antigua and father of Samuel Baker who mapped St Christopher.
Original size: 109 mm x 620 mm
- Image reference: K0946
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London