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Map of Virginia by John Smith -

1970 reproduction of John Smith map of Virginia, this gorgeous engraving was actually completed by William Hole based on information provided by John Smith and then published first in 1612 and then again in Smith's book The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles (1624). As was traditional for maps drawn by or intended for mariners, it offers the seaman's perspective on the land. In other words, the water is at the bottom, so that, in this case, west is at the top. Click on the image to enlarge, and you'll discover a huge amount of detail regarding the river systems and the habitations of the Virginia Indians. You'll also be able to see more clearly those great illustrations of Powhatan (in the upper left) and an Indian warrior (on the right). William Hole created those images, but because he had never been to Virginia, it's fair to wonder where they came from. The answer, in large part, is John White. (Governor of the so-called Lost Colonists in 1586, White had visited Roanoke a year earlier as an expedition artist.) Email Tel 07890615454