Map of Maryland Jesuit Stations, 17th-19th centuries

Dublin Core

Title

Map of Maryland Jesuit Stations, 17th-19th centuries

Subject

Jesuits--Maryland--Map

Description

A map of Jesuit stations in Maryland from the 17th to the 19th centuries, showing the locations of Jesuit plantations, farms, and schools, including Bohemia, Frederick, Georgetown, Leonardtown, Newtown, Port Tobacco, St. Inigoes, St. Joseph, St. Thomas, Wshington, White Marsh, and Woodstock.

Creator

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Publisher

Georgetown Slavery Archive

Contributor

Adam Rothman

Format

Map inset in book

Language

English

Identifier

GSA50

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Map foldout in book

Files

Citation

Georgetown Slavery Archive, “Map of Maryland Jesuit Stations, 17th-19th centuries,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed June 27, 2017, http://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/57.