Maps of Maine are found in many American atlases of the early nineteenth century, including works by Henry C. Carey and Isaac Lea, Fielding Lucas, Jr., Anthony Finley, David H. Burr, Jeremiah Greenleaf, and Samuel G. Goodrich. Henry C. Carey and Isaac Lea were the son and son-in law of Mathew Carey (see map 5) and carried on the business after his retirement. In 1822, they created a U.S. atlas in which an historical narrative surrounded each map [map 12]; French and German publishers later imitated their work .
Carey & Lea
From H. C. Carey and I. Lea, A Complete Historical, Chronological and Geographical American Atlas (Philadelphia, 1822).
Engraving, hand-colored, with separately printed type; 30cm x 24.5cm [map], 43cm x 51cm [entire] Thompson, no. 37 — State II
Carl Ferdinand Weiland
Engraving, hand-colored, with separately printed type; 30cm x 24cm [map], 40.5cm x 45.5cm [entire] Thompson, no. 41
Weimar: Geographisches Institut, 1826 — prepared as one of a 45-map series, entitled Atlas von America
From Anthony Finley, A New General Atlas (Philadelphia, 1824)
Engraving, hand-colored; 28.5cm x 22cm
Thompson, no. 48 — State II
David H. Burr
From David H. Burr, A New Universal Atlas (New York, 1835)
Engraving, hand-colored; 32cm x 26.5cm
Thompson, no. 61 — State III
Fielding Lucas, Jr.
In Fielding Lucas, Jr., United States / Atlas [binding title] (Baltimore, Md., 1823?)
Engraving; 30cm x 24cm