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 This Exceedingly Rare 1694 Map By Vincenzo Coronelli Is The Most Important Depiction Of The Great Lakes And The Headwaters Of The Mississippi River To Appear In The Late 17th Century. Covers All Five Great Lakes And Extends Westward As Far As The Mississippi River Valley. This Map Is A Careful Study Of The Great Lakes Region And Reveals Coronelli’s Fascination With This Area. Coronelli Derived His Cartographic Information From The Reports Of Jesuit Missionaries Who Were Actively Proselytizing In This Region Throughout The Mid To Late 18th Century. These Included The Explorations Of La Salle Photograph - 1696 Coronelli Map Of The Great Lakes by Paul Fearn

1696 Coronelli Map Of The Great Lakes is a photograph by Paul Fearn which was uploaded on July 12th, 2013.

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