Joseph Hutchins Colton
Joseph Hutchins Colton (July 5, 1800 – July 29, 1893), known professionally as J.H. Colton, founded an American mapmaking company which was an international leader in the map publishing industry between 1831 and 1890.
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Colton’s Map of the Oil District of West Virginia and Ohio
Mapping an early American oil boom: rare first state of Colton’s Map of West Virginia and Ohio.Place/Date: New York / 1865$3,600 Add to cart
Colton’s New Topographical Map of the Eastern Portion of the State of North Carolina with Part of Virginia and South Carolina from the latest and best authorities.
Rare and important contemporary Civil War map of the Carolina coast Union blockade.Place/Date: New York / 1861Read more
Map of the United States of America, The British Provinces, Mexico, the West Indies and Central America with part of New Granada and Venezuela
Colton’s 1849 U.S. with California gold region and extended borders of Texas.Place/Date: New York / 1849Read more
Colton’s California. Published by Johnson and Browning
1859 Colton California with San Francisco inset and Buena Vista & “Frezno” county names.Place/Date: New York / 1859Read more